The best makeup brushes and how to take care of them

Hi ladies ! 

Makeup is an important aspect in many of our lives. It can be somewhat stressful when trying to find the perfect shade to match our skin tone, or buying a lipstick that we can totally fall in love with. 

One huge aspect of applying makeup is the brushes we use to apply it with. There are many brush sets out there that are horrible quality. The minute you apply makeup, it seems some of the bristles fall out and end up on your cheek. Total turnoff right? I’ve had many brands that I’ve used, and some I’ve fallen in love with, and others I wouldn’t pay a dollar for. It comes down to this- You get what you pay for. Like anything else, paying more is the best option. 

My favorite brushes that I absolutely love is Mac cosmetic brushes. I can’t tell you how much I adore these brushes. They are versatile, and made of great quality. Yes they are on the higher side, but in the long run, you will be happier with them. The bristles are amazing and soft, and the best part is they can be cleaned very easy. The other brushes that are a bit less expensive , but amazing are the Sonia Kashuk brushes. These are carried at target, and really come in some cute designs. The Kabuki brush is my all time favorite. Once again the bristles are soft, and do not fall out over time. These are also prefect for a cute little Christmas stocking stuffer. 

Making sure you buy the better brushes is always important, but taking care of them is just as important. Refusing to clean brushes calls for more breakouts , and debris and germs that are carried onto your brushes. You want to keep them washed and cleaned after every use. I use a great Sephora brush cleaner. It is simply sprayed on and dried. It can turn your brushes into feeling brand new. Make the brushes count when shopping for makeup. It’s one of the most important tools that can make a difference in your investment. 


Sonia Kashuk Makeup Brushes

Happy Wednesday, beauties!

I’ve owned plenty of makeup brushes. Some of them are super expensive, and some are just cheap. Kabuki brushes can run $40.00 to $50.00, just for one! I think it’s a bit ridiculous to be spending that much on a makeup brush…

I have to confess: My favorite makeup brushes are the Sonia Kashuk brushes from Target. You can get an entire set of 10 brushes for the cost of one Kabuki brush, and they are fantastic! She makes the stems of the brushes in gorgeous designs.

Sonia Kashuk carries limited edition sets, which are a bit more than her standard brushes, but I have to say these are my favorites. You can buy the sets that include all the foundation and crease brushes.

Are you on the lookout for new brushes? Check out Sonia Kashuk! Her products rock.

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