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Madlizzy Thu 03-Mar-16 22:23:46

Hello all. DD would like a set of professional make up brushes for her birthday. I've only got £30 to spend and I have 2 weeks to get them. Would anyone please have any recommendations?

IoraRua Thu 03-Mar-16 22:30:53

Coastal scents brushes would be a good option within your budget, they're good quality. Check online - am pretty sure my friend had hers delivered (fecked if I know where from though).

IoraRua Thu 03-Mar-16 22:32:15

Also ecotools brushes are great - I ordered mine from iherb which was quite cheap!

Defiant Thu 03-Mar-16 22:33:46

Real Techniques or Makeup Revolution are my faves. E.L.F (studio, not essential) are OK too but the bristles have slowly been falling out of my blending brushes.

A truly professional set won't be possible for £30, unfortunately, a single brush can cost more than that. I think the Real Techniques Core set is great and you can add extra E.L.F or Makeup Revolution brushes.

Salene Thu 03-Mar-16 22:34:46

These are amazing I was recommended them by a make up artist .

Very professional and way better than Mac brushes I have. Not to forget a super price

Beau Belle Make Up Brushes - 24pcs Make Up Brush Set + Make Up Brush Case - Make Up Brushes Set - Professional Make Up Brushes - Makeup Brushes www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00L63JI94/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awd_3Ul2wb1SDF0N2

Thankfulforeveryday Thu 03-Mar-16 22:35:34

If go real techniques too, they are great. If you shop around you can find them a lot cheaper than boots etc.
Amazon had them on a daily deal thing yesterday I think?!

Salene Thu 03-Mar-16 22:35:56

Should of said check out the review too, everyone loves them 👍🏻

IoraRua Thu 03-Mar-16 22:36:18

Defiant has said kinda what I was trying to not say. If you can stretch the budget I would look at Sigma brushes (amazing) or Zoeva, which I've heard good things about.
The ones I recommended are good but not as good iyswim. If you can I would rather buy her one or two good brushes than a load of crappy ones.

Madlizzy Thu 03-Mar-16 22:41:11

Thank you, you ladies are awesome. I'm going to go with the Beau Belle ones as it means I can afford to get her a little something else too. grin

Madlizzy Thu 03-Mar-16 22:43:44

I'd love to be able to stretch the budget, but it's not possible, unfortunately. She's turning 17 and can build up a more expensive kit gradually. This will be good starter ones when she starts college in September.

Salene Thu 03-Mar-16 22:44:25

Madlizzy you won't be disappointed and I'm not a cheap skate when it comes to beauty products I use mostly Mac and Elemis etc

But these are amazing and I couldn't believe the price when I was recommended them by a make up artist.

They truely are a superb. As I said way better than some brushes I paid £40 for just 1 😡.

Carpaccio Thu 03-Mar-16 23:05:17

Morphe brushes are actually really nice - the ones I have tried so far are very similar in quality to Mac, but much cheaper.

I'd personally prefer getting single brushes over a set because a set always seems to contain brushes I'd never use.

I bought mine on BeautyBay, but I'm sure there are other places to buy them.

theclick Thu 03-Mar-16 23:09:19

Real Techniques!

Stay away from make up revolution.

passmethewineplease Fri 04-Mar-16 17:37:35

I love makeup revolution the I find their products good quality for a better price! I've not tried their brushes though, any reason to stay away from them?

I'm a fan of RT brushes. Can't stretch to more high end just yet.

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