Essence of Beauty Brushes

I wanted to dedicate a post towards affordable, but very good brush sets. Feel free to add on information about other good, inexpensive brushes that you like.


Before investing a bunch on my current brushes, my brush stash consisted of Essence of Beauty brushes I had bought at CVS. I love most of the brushes I have from this line. They’re very soft, durable, and apply make-up so well. My favourite brushes from the line are the eye shadow brush, the crease brush, and the angled blush brush.


One good thing about these brushes being so cheap is that I know I wouldn’t be devastated if I used them roughly or they lost their shape. So I really use the heck out of them. And throughout my continuous abuse, the brushes have held up so well and are still in their initial shape.


I was my brushes regularly and even after a few years, the brushes are not scratchy and they barely shed. In fact, the EOB angled blush brush shed less than my MAC 136 brush. There are a few misses in the line, for example I’m not crazy about the eyeliner brush (it’s still decent though. I think the angled eyeliner brush is supposed to be better), but this is such a great line of brushes to explore.

3 comments:

Margarita said...

Hi Onu, i just got Bourjois Brush Set - Item #646026, by only $47.50 at Sephora. include 5 basics brushes. I tried and they are wonderfull.

7:35 PM
Anonymous said...

Sonia Kashuk brushes from Target are also less pricey than brushes from other expensive brands like M.A.C or Bobbi Brown. I use the Powder brush, Blush brush and Eye shadow blending brush from Sonia Kashuk line and its pretty good.

7:55 PM
yummy411 said...

i agree!

10:16 PM

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