Beauty Tools

Sephora Travel Clutch Brush Set Review, Photos

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Still stumped for beauty gifts? Brush sets are always a great one to go for! Particularly ones that are of high quality because I’m of a strong believer that makeup junkies can never have too many great brushes to apply their face with.

The Sephora Travel Clutch Brush Set is available in a festive red brush bag with a mirror and wristlet for toting around plus don’t forget the six brushes it hides away inside.

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Coastal Scents Large Domed Kabuki and Domed Mini Kabuki Brush Review, Photos

Coastal Scents Large Domed Kabuki and Domed Mini Kabuki Brush 4

I’m totally a finger girl. Most everything in the base department gets blended on my face using my fingers. Concealer, primer, foundation, etc…it all gets smoothed on and blended out with my greatest tools, fingers.

Anyone else in the same boat?

You can have your brushes, sponges, and puffs…I got two fingers and they work just as great plus they didn’t cost me anything!

But….

On occasion I can be tempted to whip out a foundation or a concealer brush. For example, I prob couldn’t get through my daily prep without the E.L.F. Studio Concealer Brush. Love that thing!

Recently, I decided to try out a new foundation and concealer brush from Coastal Scents.

Let’s take a look!

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Clarisonic Pink Mia Hope is Beautiful Cleansing System

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Sonia Kashuk Silver Brilliance Kabuki Cosmetic Brush Holiday 2010 Review, Photos

Sonia Kashuk Silver Brilliance Kabuki Cosmetic Brush Holiday 2010 1

Looking for an uber fabulous yet inexpensive powder brush? Look no further. Sonia Kashuk Silver Brilliance Kabuki Cosmetic Brush for Holiday 2010 has you covered.

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E.L.F. Studio Daily Brush Cleaner Review

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I like keeping a small spritz bottle of MAC Brush Cleanser on hand for quickly cleaning brushes in between color changes. I basically mist the brush, wipe it on a paper towel, and proceed to do a color change. I started doing this after using Sephora Brush Wipes for a long time, these were basically wipes you could use to wipe down brushes in between uses.

If you’re on a bit of a beauty budget you can do the same with $3 E.L.F. Studio Daily Brush Cleaner.

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