5 June 2014

SO YOU NEED A NEW EYESHADOW BRUSH


I don't have huge collection of brushes which many people may be shocked about but foundation isn't really my thing and I hate the feel of it on my face so face brushes which usually take up a lot of someones brush stash doesn't take up mine but I do love eye brushes. I have carefully chosen five of my favourite brushes in terms of application and quality. People may argue but I don't see the sense in buying a brush thats £20 or more as there are so many dupes that are just as good quality and a fraction of the price. My favourite budget brushes has to be Zoeva they are amazing, their products are the perfect dupes for MAC brushes. They are amazing quality and even clean well, they don't scratch your eyelid and look so expensive. I have  the flat top brush which is perfect for applying colour onto your lid or loose pigments and a petite crease brush which is ideal for fine detail or simply for a small crease.

The other three brushes are off Ebay something I was extremely cautious about doing. I couldn't understand how a cheap brush could be good quality but believe me it's true. I bought an eye set from a company in Hong Kong which meant it was cheaper but took a least a month to arrive. The set contains every eye brush you may need but my favourite is a fluffy blending brush which will blend anything. Also an angled brush and a lower lash line brush are contained within my stash which come in handy as well. I have had these brushes since Christmas and I have not yet witnessed any fall out so it a win for the cheap brushes. I don't think you need to have thousands of brushes that you don't need but a few which are more use than loads of brushes that you don't use.

What are your must have brushes?
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  1. I reaaaally want to try the Zoeva brushes...
    I love Eco-tools, Furless Cosmetics and The Body Shop brushes - they are all soft and cruelty free!

    lorrieloves.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. i would never think to try body shop brushes and you need to try zoeva brushes

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  2. Ive been wanting to try Zoeva for agess. I am glad they are easy to clean as its not one of my favourite tasks!

    Bethany // lots of sparkle

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    1. they are worth the money there're so good

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  3. What a lovely post! My wishlist has already Zoeva brushes since I see so many people raving about them! I'm also haunting for some on ebeay, I'm a bit obsessed! :) I love the ELF Studio brushes cheap and good! xx

    http://marybloomy.blogspot.pt/

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    1. if you find the right ones on ebay they can be as good as more expensive brushes

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  5. I am actually holding on with a really cheap fluffy eyeshadow brush and a more packed slightly more expensive brush. I can do almost everything with these two and I love them so much. So I don´t understand owning a hundred brushes as well.
    xx Lisa

    http://followinglisa.blogspot.de

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  6. These are some of my most favorite brushes. Zoeva does a great line of all brushes (and total MAC dupes). I was so entraced I had to get the rose gold edition ones...oops :D.

    Gwenayfer | PeacockBeauty.net

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  7. I'm so clueless about brushes, I think I need some serious youtube tutorials and practise! I've heard of Zoeva a few times recently, so I might check out their website :)

    India / Touchscreens & Beautyqueens

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