When i was in high school ('91ish), my mom sold Aloette cosmetics. I am STILL using those brushes. They haven't fallen apart at all. I generally use 3 different ones for my eyes and the blush and powder brushes, so I use 5 brushes. Right now, I would really like the Beauty Blender (pink sponge) to apply foundation but out of my price range right now. It'll be on my Christmas list.
Only recently started using brushes. I used to use Q-tips, sponge applicators or fingers.For me , they've really made a difference....my makeup finally looks professional. I don't have any particular brands...i buy any which are missing from my collection. ELF are a good, cheap alternative to the more expensive brands.
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Same here, probably over 100 but I do a lot of other peoples make-up so I have two full sets. I have a full Mac brush set and two full E.L.F. studio sets and a sigma set. The others are just single ones I've picked up along the way. If you're just learning now I would go to www.eyeslipsface.com/ and just pick up their studio set. I think it's 30.00.
I have a perfect body. I just pad it for protection.
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I have over 100 brushes. I know that is a lot but I am always looking for the perfect brush which doesn't exist. I do use most of them, this way I am not washing brushes every day. Right now my favorite brushes are by Sigma.
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