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    Brushes will take some practice, but once get the hang of it, you won't know how you could get by without them!
    There is a you tube video for everything so you'll probably find there are videos with some tips and tricks.

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    ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1453272568.592959.jpg

    Oopsie, have no idea how these appeared in my house today.....šŸ¤”

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    Hello ladies. Just thought I'd drop in. Love my makeup and work as a makeup artist. Just wanted to mention the brushes. Zoeva, MAC and Sigma etc are all excellent brushes. I use them on clients all the time (clients love to see you use known brands). But for myself I use Jessup makeup brushes. Much cheaper and just as good. A lot of my makeup artist friends use them for personal use too. They are supposed to be a copy of the Sigma brushes. Get them on ebay for about $20 for a set. If you are new to using brushes to appy makeup check them out on Ebay.

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    Anyone tried this?!

    http://dailym.ai/23uPDou

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    I have tried it. Got it from Target. Its great for keeping your makeup on but it doesnt do much if you're hoping for things for reducing the apperance of your pores and things like that. But for the price its excellent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitkats View Post
    Hello ladies. Just thought I'd drop in. Love my makeup and work as a makeup artist. Just wanted to mention the brushes. Zoeva, MAC and Sigma etc are all excellent brushes. I use them on clients all the time (clients love to see you use known brands). But for myself I use Jessup makeup brushes. Much cheaper and just as good. A lot of my makeup artist friends use them for personal use too. They are supposed to be a copy of the Sigma brushes. Get them on ebay for about $20 for a set. If you are new to using brushes to appy makeup check them out on Ebay.
    So I've gotten some of these to try them out! I really wanted some brushes but just couldn't justify the cost of most of them, but I figured that for $20 they were worth a shot. Hopefully they'll be good.

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    Yep jessup ordered here too!

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    I am going to have to get some of these brushes too! $20 is a bargain!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsErinR View Post
    Thanks for the tips on brushes ladies. I'm definitely going to check those out.

    I tried my new eyeshadow (using an old applicator) this morning....in love :-).

    Also tried putting on foundation with the brush I bought and that was a bit challenging after being used to using my fingers. That will take some practice, and maybe research into how best to do it.
    Start minimal with foundation, you can always build it up if you need to.
    Also, get a stippling brush. I use it after I apply foundation to smooth/blend it all. It will give you a much better result

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    So, with summer here, I've naturally tanned and needed to buy some slightly darker foundation. Decided to give Napoleon Perdis 'Stoke of Genius Liquid Cashmere' foundation a try. OMG it's love. It's just amazing. Amazing coverage, amazing feel and perfect on my dry skin without being too 'dewy'. Love it.

    I don't use the in-built brush for it though, I use my own brushes. But yes. Love it. I thought the China Doll foundation was great, but this is better!

    http://www.myer.com.au/shop/mystore/...ere-foundation


 

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