Where do you buy your makeup brushes ?

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  1. la

    la A closet sap

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    On the cheap. I know there's elf but for some reason I think that I bought brushes from there once and they fell apart rapidly. Granted I could be misremembering its been a long Time since I ordered anything from elf. I mostly need an angled brush and a new kabuki.
     
  2. Trista

    Trista I'm Working On It

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    I have this mascara type want that has a bendy tip. LOVE.IT.TO.DEATH. I got it at origins.
    Most everything else I get is from ulta.
    That being said... I don't wear makeup that often - esp in the triple digit months of the summer. BLECH!
     
  3. Angie4b1g

    Angie4b1g A hundred jobs but Bob Villa ain't one

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    Mine are MAC, so not on the cheap I don't guess. :giggle
     
  4. Peppermint

    Peppermint One Little Bird

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    I buy them at Ulta. Most of mine are by something... Technique? real Techniques I think. I have a few Sonia Kashuk ones from target, too. She makes a couple that I couldn't find in the other line.
     
  5. dailydwelling

    dailydwelling Confidently cooking and creating

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    I used to buy my make up brushes from Lancome (which is the make up I use), but lately, I've been using the Sonya Kashuk brushes from Target and I'm pretty happy with them. I really need to be better about cleaning them.
     
  6. staciahall

    staciahall Quidditch, anyone?

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    Ulta or Sephora. Sephora has several different lines of brushes, at different price points, which I like.
     
  7. mrs2a50

    mrs2a50 Pretty much the best.ever.

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    Believe it or not, John gets me new makeup brushes every Christmas. The ones I have now are from Kevyn Aucoin. No idea where he got them, but I really like them!
     
  8. nun69

    nun69 Active Member

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    mine aren't cheap either cause I buy Bare Escentuals brushes LOL!
     
  9. mirjam

    mirjam mirjam

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    Like Angie I have MAC. Not the cheapest but I love them!
     
  10. amandaresende

    amandaresende amandaresende

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  11. Dalis

    Dalis Jose Cuervo is NOT a good friend

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    I don't wear makeup, but I think I have a few bare mineral brushes to go with the makeup.
     
  12. vixen

    vixen Pink Parrot Head

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    my brushes came with my mineral make-up :)
     
  13. Lynne-Marie

    Lynne-Marie Lynne-Marie

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    I use disposable cotton pads - come in a pack of 100 for 1$! Always clean, blends beautifully.
     
  14. nun69

    nun69 Active Member

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    that is brilliant....but do you use them for your foundation? I would be able to use it for eyesahdow, but it wouldn't work for my foundation it is a powder LOL!
     
  15. Karen

    Karen Alarm off, brunch ON

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    I only have one brush since I don't wear much makeup, but I got my kabuki at Sephora. I don't even know what brand it is, but I love it and I don't think it was expensive (as evidenced by the fact that I actually bought it and I'm cheap!) :)
     
  16. Lynne-Marie

    Lynne-Marie Lynne-Marie

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    My blush is compressed powder. I pick some up on the cotton pad and dab it onto my cheeks. I think it would work even better with loose powder. ;)
     

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