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Old 11-12-2006, 09:26 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Question for those who use mineral makeup:

What brushes do I need?

I'm going to try everyday minerals but the choices of brushes is a bit overwhelming and I'm not sure what to get.

Or should I just stick with the brushes I already have from old makeup?

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Old 11-12-2006, 09:54 PM
 
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I am getting by with a sponge and one of their small inexpensive ($6) brushes....I wouldn't have gotten another brush, but it was pretty and my other one was about 10-years old. I guess if you were going to do eyeshadow and some of their other offerings you might want to try more....
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that's good to know! thanks. I was worried that this set would arrive and I'd be stuck without the proper "tools". But you know, I have quite a few makeup brushes so I guess I'll be fine.
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When your budget allows for it, get a kabuki. They are lovely, and provide for a flawless application and coverage!
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When your budget allows for it, get a kabuki. They are lovely, and provide for a flawless application and coverage!
Oh! I'm getting one! yay! The kit I bought had your choice of brush included and I chose the premium kabuki brush. So I chose well?
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Most def! I'm looking to order the same one, since the one's I've used are from Bare Minerals. I love them, but since they became such a big name, my brushes have been shedding, which saddens me. They never used to before. So, you shopped for MY list! Good going!
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I have the set from everyday minerals with that white kabuki and also a white powder brush and several smaller brushes. It was cheaper to buy the kit than to buy just the two white brushes alone. I love the kabuki. It is soft, very good quality and doesn't bleed nasty dye. All the brushes in that set are great.

I used the code "eds" to get an extra 15% off.
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