yeah or if you have a friend abroad it would be the best bet. i used to live in a place that had really high taxes on imported goods so i always found it easier to ask friends or family members to get it for me.
I'm a bit lost, I tried some cheaper brushes, Body Shop, Qvs and something along those lines, but those are hard, shred, and applications is a nightmare. So I figure I have to find some better quality brushes, but I have no idea which ones to get. I only need foundation, concealer and bronzer/blush brushes.
Maybe Lancome? Make up for ever? Estee lauder?
I've seen Clinique brushes on some counters and they don't look that good, with broken hairs and stuff. Dior brushes look like they hold up good.
luluposh that set looks lush! where did you buy it and if i may ask how much did it cost?
rayoflight, i am currently in the search for a few new brushes as well but i have an estee lauder bronzer/blush brush which seems to work really well. i also got the cleaner they were selling and clean it really good once in a while. its lasted me ages.
My other half tried to buy me one of the holiday mac brush sets, but when I opened it up on christmas day, there were no brushes inside! Now we're worried that they'll think that we're trying it on when we go and tell them there were no brushes! How upsetting!
How disappointing! However, I'm sure they will believe you. As long as he still has the receipt, hopefully if you explain to them the problem they will correct it. I just got a MAC mini brush set (not sure if it's a holiday set or what...) and it included a foundation brush, blush brush, all-over eyeshadow brush and crease blending brush. It's a good deal
The Sigma brushes look great. I've heard so many great reviews on them and they're so much more affordable than MAC brushes. I'm trying to find an excuse to buy them even though I have enough brushes as it is