(Closed) Wallet friendly makeup brushes but also does good job?

posted 7 years ago in Beauty
  • poll: Best makeup brushes wallet friendly and good quality

    Eco tools

    Real techniques

    Sonia kashuk

    Coastal scents


  • Post # 16
    214 posts
    Helper bee
    • Wedding: January 2015

    I would also rec sedona lace brushes I have both synthetic and hair both work well.  real technique are good too and they are always on sale at Ulta.

    Post # 17
    47 posts
    • Wedding: Kauai

    I don’t know the rules about this (will see if I get flagged) but I can set you up with Mary Kay (I’m a closet user, heehee). My girlfriends that have tried our brushes love them. I’ve been using them ten years now. My favorite is the eyebrow/smudge brush. I use eye shadow as eye liner with this great brush because of the precision and flexibility of the tool. Eye liners are just not my thing. Too harsh. Send a PM if you’re interested – that one brush is probably my favorite thing out of the whole line. You’d also be wise to find a nice chisel shaped brush for your crease – sure makes life easier. Best of luck to you with the DIY – you can do it!

    Post # 18
    1375 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: February 2015 - Chapel on Base

    I like Mary Kay

    Post # 19
    715 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: July 2015

    I’m so glad you brought this up! I’m soooo new to makeup myself and had bought the eco tools flat foundation brush and the angled eyeliner brush. I was about to say I didn;t reccoment but reading the comments I think I’ve just been using them wrong. the flat foundation brush needs frequent cleaning or it becomes streaky but other than that I love the coverage it gives me! I do not like the angle eyelier brush, after just one use the brush became clumped, and it wasn’t from the eyeliner. I hav cleaned it but the very tip just clumps and is nolonger a straight line, it still works alright but it’s just annoying. I plan to buy the real techniques silicon brush soon. 

    Post # 20
    231 posts
    Helper bee
    • Wedding: June 2012


    I don’t wear makeup everyday but decided to buy some brushes for eyeshadow. In the end went for Japonesque. They have a line with full sized bristles but short travel size “sticks”. Got a fluffy one, a small and a medium eyeshadow brush. Cute and practical.

    Don’t know about blush or foundation brushes though

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