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counttotenandbreathe Wed 03-Jun-15 11:04:06

My niece has requested some good quality make up brushes for her 16th birthday. I am happy to spend £25 - £30 is this likely to get me a quality set? Any suggestions on brands welcome! I have Jemma Kidd brushes I bought years ago which I like but can't find the same ones now!

frankietwospots Wed 03-Jun-15 11:26:08

I think TK Maxx have Jemma Kidd brushes from time to time. I'd recommend going with Real Techniques brushes from Boots or Superdrug. If I were you, I'd buy separate full size brushes rather than a set as they're not as good/big in my opinion. They're often on 3 for 2, or buy one get one half price too.

123Jump Wed 03-Jun-15 11:34:29

I have heard many people say that the Real Techniques brushes are very good.
I get mine from a professional make up store.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Wed 03-Jun-15 12:21:24

Real Techniques- buy on Amazon as they are half the price of Boots.

counttotenandbreathe Thu 04-Jun-15 10:47:44

Thanks I have ordered some real techniques from amazon smile smile

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