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Reluctant to admit it but good make up brushes do count

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DosDuchas Fri 29-May-15 20:49:38

i traded in my old nO 7 blusher/bronzer brush for a BObbi brown one last week

WOW what a joy the new one is. No rogue hairs left on my face, nice and 'tense' rather than buckling when you press down.

I will no longer economise with cheap ones

NormHonal Fri 29-May-15 20:52:11

Yes they do matter.

I was given a lovely Bobbi Brown set many years ago, getting on for ten years ago perhaps, and they are still going strong, doing a fabulous job.

prepperpig Fri 29-May-15 21:00:56

Don't buy spaçe Nk brushes though they're dreadful. Shed hair badly.

frankietwospots Fri 29-May-15 21:02:58

BB brushes are great. I'm impressed by Real Techniques brushes too. My RT blusher brush has never shed a single hair.

OttiliaVonBCup Fri 29-May-15 21:04:48

I just bought a Nars Kabuki brush and it's like being kissed by unicorns whenever I put on my blusher.

DarkNavyBlue Fri 29-May-15 21:07:34

Huts bought a Tom Ford blusher brush. Gorgeous.

Valsoldknickers Fri 29-May-15 21:11:04

Was in Boots today and forgot to get a Real Techniques brush (as recommended on S&B thread). They are highly rated aren't they? I am looking forward to trying it out!

70isaLimitNotaTarget Fri 29-May-15 21:12:24

i bought some rt brushes for dd , she loves them.

i don't like the silicone eyeliner brush at all though

DosDuchas Fri 29-May-15 21:13:58

the BB eyebrow brush, if you use their shadow is ace

the gel eyeliner one not so good. or the concealer one.

Many rse for saleon ebay - prob slightly dodgy but no issue with quality

Annarose2014 Fri 29-May-15 21:16:40

He Mac 187 completely changed my makeup. It applies things lightly so i could slap on powder without it looking cakey, and I certainly wouldn't dare apply bronzer with anything else.

And the RT Expert Face Brush is brilliant. Love it for concealer.

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Annarose2014 Fri 29-May-15 21:18:11

I hear a lot about the amazingness of Zoeva brushes too - I'm going to buy some of those at some stage too.

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