July 12, 2018

Sephora Beauty Magnet Brush Collection With Affordable Prices

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The Sephora Beauty Magnet Brush Collection has unleashed today. These makeup brushes come at a sweet little price with prices as low as $8! Yup, eight bucks. Sephora seems to be on some sort of beauty budget binge lately and has been lowering prices on much of their core makeup collection. Perhaps to put themselves in a better light with all the Ulta junkies out there that feel they are getting more bang for their buck.

I have never ever complained about Sephora’s Makeup Collection and only ever had raves. I mean, most of you probably own the Sephora Pro Airbrush Concealer Brush #57 because you either heard me or some other blogger or youTuber rave on and on about it. I’ve always considered Sephora’s Pro Line of Brushes on par with MAC’s own brush collection. I have many that have taken a beaten of the years and still keep on chugging along. The bristles are soft, they don’t shed, and the handles are always sturdy. Many of mine are years old, have gone through many washings, and are still in great conditon.

Can I say the same about the Sephora Beauty Magnet Brush Collection? That remains to be seen but I love the idea of an affordable brush range that’s for sure. These have ombre handles with soft synthetic bristles.

The collection includes:

  • Crease Brush $8
  • Shadow Brush $8
  • Concealer Brush $10
  • Highlight Brush $12
  • Foundation Brush $12
  • Blush Brush $12
  • Powder Brush $14

Wanna hear the cool part? The handles are magnetic you and you can purchase a magnetic stand ($12) that you can stand the brush(s) on.

Nifty right?

Sephora Beauty Magnet Brush Collection is available at



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  • Carla

    I’m SO interested in these. I’m always down for affordable brushes that are actually GOOD.

  • Randi MacDonald

    I have a MAC brush that I bought in 1988. Probably my first high end brush. LOL. Its an eyeshadow brush and its huge. I used it all the time!! Its Made in France. MAC changed their brushes and now they are all synthetic. Prior, there were a lot of natural hairs made in France. In my opinion, nothing compares to the original MAC brushes, not the crap brushes they throw in their holiday sets or some of the new brushes.

  • Lori

    I love Sephora brushes and prefer them over MAC brushes which always seem to shed on me. I’m not spending $$$ on expensive brushes to do that.

  • Kish

    These are pretty! I love Sephora brushes, they are really good quality. I still have and use my first set, they are over 15 years old. If these are anything like them, they would be a great investment for anyone looking to fill in gaps in their existing collection or to start a new one.