I imagine MAC or Proenza Schouler are going to hate me but the MAC 129SE Proenza Schouler Powder/Blush Brush should be placed on a list of things you do not need.
Seriously MAC, $38.50 for a short handled brush? You have Holiday Brush Sets that cost $10 bucks more and include five brushes and a bag how do you think you can get away selling the MAC 129SE Proenza Schouler Powder/Blush Brush, which is essentially a mini travel size brush, for near $40 bucks?
This Topshop Beauty Kabuki Brush ($16) is one of several new brushes that the brand has launched for Spring 2014. You need to get to Topshop ASAP if you haven’t tried any of their makeup because they seriously are glowing things out of the water.
Don’t get me wrong F21, H&M, etc…have their own little collection of makeup but Topshop is one of the few fashion retailers who have launched a truly great line of cosmetics.
Take a peek at this kabuki you might need it for your Spring bronzers, blushes, and powders!
Looking for a pretty way to dust on your powder and bronzer? Sonia Kashuk has an app for that!
The Sonia Kashuk Brush Couture Kabuki Brush ($12.99) pops up for Spring 2014 with a whimsical camo print.
Take a peek!
The new New NARS Artistry Brushes Collection is a 16 piece makeup brush collection featuring a selection of brushes for your face, eyes, and lips.
The exquisite design was conceived by Founder and Creative Director François Nars and Fabien Baron, of New York design firm Baron & Baron. Each brush is designed with the finest quality hairs and delicately weighted to provide the necessary balance for a professional and precise makeup application. The custom brush and packaging feature the iconic matte black finish with sharp debossed logo and signature pop of red.
“You cannot achieve good makeup without good tools.” – François Nars