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The Beauty Range: Makeup Brushes

If you wear foundation, blush, powder and/or eyeshadow on a regular basis, then you need a nice set of makeup brushes.  Makeup brushes come in different materials (natural or synthetic) and types (bronzer, buffer, etc.).  But the easiest way to buy makeup brushes is in a set.  Here are a few options in different price points.

The Fancy Ones

Artis Next Generation Elite Smoke Set

The Classic Set

Sigma Essential Face Brush Set

The Everything-You-Need Set

Sephora Ready to Roll Brush Set

The Pretty Ones

Sephora Rose Brush Set

The Affordable Set

Real Techniques Artist Essentials Set

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  1. Ana says:

    If you’re looking for Sigma brushes, you can usually find some at TJ Maxx (even the online store). Occasionally, Costco too but that’s a lot rarer

    October 16, 2020/Reply
  2. Steph S says:

    HIGHLY recommend the Real Techniques brushes made in collaboration with Sam and Nic Chapman. You can grab them at Target or Ulta, and you don’t have to buy a set to have what you need, although they do sell sets for eyes, complexion, lip, etc.

    October 19, 2020/Reply
  3. AB says:

    Another vote for the real techniques. I love them, and even know makeup artists that say they have rounded out their kits with them, and find themselves reaching for them over their expensive ones

    October 19, 2020/Reply