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Can you please recommend some make up brushes

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pinkieandperkie Wed 23-Nov-16 17:57:40

I'm looking to get some make up brushes for my 22 year old niece. Any recommendations would be much appreciated. smile

NoMorePercyPigs Wed 23-Nov-16 17:59:10

What's your budget pinkie?

pinkieandperkie Wed 23-Nov-16 18:03:23

They are for a gift so I'm flexible on the price. Am happy to pay for quality.

selavy Wed 23-Nov-16 18:05:24

This is a really good set, great value

iknowimcoming Wed 23-Nov-16 18:05:50

RealTechniques are good and not too pricey, they do a nice set of 5 in boots

iknowimcoming Wed 23-Nov-16 18:06:35

Ha ha snap!

LegoCaltrops Wed 23-Nov-16 18:07:05

I quite like this Ecotools brush for liquid foundation. I'm a bit of a novice with foundation - I used to use all-in-one powder, only got into liquid this summer. Very easy to use & with the right foundation I can get very good light coverage with no lines or streaks.

Real Techniques also get really good reviews on here, I have one of their stippling brushes for powder, very good.

WoodsTreesWhere Wed 23-Nov-16 18:08:10

I'm less of a fan of Real Techniques but know that others rate them, and think it's just personal preference.

Zoeva are slightly more expensive but also very good.

pinkieandperkie Wed 23-Nov-16 18:09:35

Thanks I will have a look at your suggestions.

VulvaInLaw Wed 23-Nov-16 21:47:46

I bought the real techniques see for £40 from boots today, usually £100. Brilliant vfm based on the individual prices. Have a couple already and love them.

NoMorePercyPigs Wed 23-Nov-16 21:54:08

Yea was gonna suggest the real techniques ones as they are superb value atm in boots and £40 for a full set of brushes is a steal!

I have a lot of brushes from various brands and for high street Real Techniques are good value for money.

pinkieandperkie Thu 24-Nov-16 08:49:14

Thanks all of you. I have ordered a set of real techniques from Boots.

shinynewusername Thu 24-Nov-16 08:52:16

Good call, OP. I used to swear by my eye-wateringly expensive Mac brushes, but now I prefer Real Techniques.

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