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05-09-2005
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I'll definately look into that. Thanks again

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smashbox brushes

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29-11-2005
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What about bare escentuals kabuki or other ranges of brushes, on QVC they have Tarte, Mally ROncal too. HAs anybody ever own them?
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I have Bare essenctuals maximum coverage concealer brush and it works so well

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Does anyone feel guilty for using horsehair brushes? I mean, the poor horse!

My mother took me to The Body Shop to have my makeup done when I was about 12 years old, and she bought me a full set of makeup and brushes at the time from there. 10 years later I am just replacing the brushes now, and really there is still nothing wrong with them! I have maintained them using a very mild facial cleanser.

I will admit to buying more expensive brushes in the past year, from MAC and from Shu Umera, but I keep going back and using the brushes from the Body Shop.

I have gone back to the Body Shop to check out the brushes again and they don't seem to have changed except for the color of the handle, and they are fairly inexpensive ($16cdn/brush roughly). I definitely recommend these brushes! Oh and back to my first point, they are synthetic bristles but if you ask me they feel/apply just as well as any natural bristle brush I have ever used!

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Foundation brushes not only do a better job than fingers of offerign even coverage, but they also use less foundation to get the job done. It makes your favourite foundation go a longggg way.

I have a pack of Loreal make-up brushes. They're pretty good, super soft and portable.

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I just got this fluffy pink one from Sugar, and I love it!

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I usually use either art brushes, or drugstore cheapo brushes (usually about $4-5 each).

I think they work well. I don't believe you need to spend a ton of money to look good.

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best blush brush is by trish mcevoy IMO

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Does anyone feel guilty for using horsehair brushes? I mean, the poor horse!

I definitely recommend these brushes! Oh and back to my first point, they are synthetic bristles but if you ask me they feel/apply just as well as any natural bristle brush I have ever used!
Synthetic bristles are really sometimes softer than natural ones. But some of the TBS brushes also have natural bristles, like pony hair.

Donīt think that there is cruelty on the animals just because some of the brushes are made with animal hair. Itīs just like cutting your hair- it doesnīt hurt either.

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Bare Escentuals has some great brushes:
http://www.beautybridge.com/brbrset.html


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mmph im wondering if prescritpives make nice brushes. i just got one today the foundation brush...costed me around $35 CDN..shu uemara sounds temtping..cept i dont know where i can get that! i heard pout makes nice burhses too...=S

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Sonia Kashuk has the best blush brush, and it's super cheap at Target. Much better than my Bobbi Brown one.

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Yeah
I have that Sonia Kashuk brush too and it´s amazing

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mmph im wondering if prescritpives make nice brushes. i just got one today the foundation brush...costed me around $35 CDN..shu uemara sounds temtping..cept i dont know where i can get that! i heard pout makes nice burhses too...=S
In Canada you can buy Shu Umera at Holt Renfrew

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