Pls recommend some decent makeup brushes

(16 Posts)
Flippyflops2021 Sun 18-Apr-21 13:46:21

It’s soon my birthday and I really would like a good quality brush set..
any suggestions would be great!

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WrinklesShminkles Sun 18-Apr-21 16:20:34

Zoeva are good quality but reasonably priced, come in loads of shapes and sizes and they sell various sets.

emsyj37 Sun 18-Apr-21 18:36:51

Zoeva are great. I like Sigma for eye brushes too, and Real Techniques for foundation, cream blush etc. I'd probably get a big Zoeva set plus the Real Techniques Expert Face Brush.

Flippyflops2021 Sun 18-Apr-21 18:39:14

Thank you I will have a look at zoeva!

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Fispi Sun 18-Apr-21 18:47:19

Wayne Goss at Beautylish if you have the budget or Real Techniques for a more affordable option. I use my real techniques brushes every day and they have lasted years.

EmmaStone Sun 18-Apr-21 19:01:06

I've always bought individually, so have a selection, but many are Mac, and I've had forever.

SummaLuvin Sun 18-Apr-21 19:54:21

People on here hate Charlotte Tilbury, but I have a couple of her brushes and they are wonderful. Super soft and wash well.

SylHellais Sun 18-Apr-21 20:04:24

I bought individual ones from Space NK. They weren’t cheap but I’ve had them years and they’re still perfect. I just clean them every few weeks with lukewarm soapy water and leave to dry.

Bananaman123 Sun 18-Apr-21 21:45:21

I bought some holiday Tarte sets years ago and they are my favourite. I also like real techniques and some individual ones from primary. Have a look on beauty Bay as they do their own sets, also bh cosmetics are good

Fabuloser Sun 18-Apr-21 21:48:00

Huda Beauty are great.

PersonaNonGarter Sun 18-Apr-21 23:18:21

Space NK brushes are fab. Also Laura Mercier

SometimesRavenSometimesParrot Sun 18-Apr-21 23:30:16

Spectrum or morphe

QueenPaw Sun 18-Apr-21 23:31:48

Spectrum, zoeva and sigma for cheaper
For expensive then Sonia g or rephr

Flippyflops2021 Sun 18-Apr-21 23:54:36

This is great thank you. I am so rubbish when it comes to things like this. But over last few months have re-vamped my makeup. Subtle light foundation etc .. and a really good concealer. Just need the brushes to top it off!

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HotMess21 Mon 19-Apr-21 09:34:37

I swear by Bdellium make up brushes

https://www.bdelliumtools.com/

MummytoCSJH Mon 19-Apr-21 09:38:44

The majority of mine are from Bhcosmetics and they're really nice for the price. Sigma and spectrum are my favourite for eye brushes.

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