My Favorite Makeup Brushes

Hello everyone!

I recently discovered a wonderful set of makeup brushes, so I thought I would share them with you all. I received these Emax brushes as a Christmas gift and I’ve been seriously loving them these past few days. Normally I’m not one to rave about makeup brushes. In fact, I’ll be honest and state that they usually bore me. In my mind there’s nothing exciting about a brush. It’s a tool (and an expensive one at that). However, these Emax brushes have changed my way of thinking.

The kit I own is from Amazon and contains twelve brushes. The brushes are very diverse, which makes them ideal for liquids and powders. Additionally, the items are delivered in a velvet drawstring back. I think this come in handy in the event of travel.

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One thing I really admire about the brushes is their sleekness. I love being able to display my makeup, and these look lovely with the rest of my beauty supplies. The bamboo handles are stunning.

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While the physical feature of these brushes is an added bonus, the bristles are obviously the most important component. The Emax bristles are soft and gentle on my skin. They brush over my face very lightly and don’t irritate it.

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Thank you so much for reading this quick post. I’m headed on a skiing trip in a couple of days, so sorry if it seems short or rushed. Everything has been a little bit chaotic.

What are your favorite makeup brushes? 

Sincerely,

Paige

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8 thoughts on “My Favorite Makeup Brushes

  1. I have a mix of brushes from E.L.F., Wet N Wild, a cheap set from Amazon, a set that was given to me as a gift several years ago from Marshalls, and 1 Real Techniques brush. I love makeup brushes so I am subscribing to the Morphe brush box in January! My favorite right now is the E.L.F. professional total face brush. It is so soft, has a ton of bristles, is rounded on top (perfect!), and the bristles aren’t white! I use it to sweep away setting powder and for bronzer. ❤

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