Friday, 22 February 2013

MUA Make-up Brushes

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Top to bottom: F4 Powder Brush - £3.75, F6 Blusher & Contouring Brush - £3, F2 Stippling Brush - £3 and E7 Eyebrow Brush - £1.50

I bought these brushes in MUA's 50% off sale, but I've given the original prices above, seeing as the sale is no longer on! They are much better quality than I thought they would be. They're soft, dense, don't shed, and wash well. Also, they're affordable! Very affordable, actually. I would prefer the Stipple Brush to be bigger so I could use it for blusher, but it's still a great brush. I think it's the perfect size for contouring. My favourite out of the ones I have has to be the Eyebrow Brush. It's not hard to get an eyebrow brush right, but I use them every day, so it's been getting a lot of use. The Powder and Blusher & Contouring Brushes are good too, but I have softer alternatives, so don't use them as much. Now, ELF's Studio Brushes are similar to these, in price and quality, but what ones do I prefer? I prefer ELF's because they're softer. They're slightly more expensive, at £3.75 per brush, but they're so worth it. The MUA ones are still great though, and they're less expensive. 

Do you own any of these brushes? If so, what do you think of them?


  1. I love the F6 it reminds me of one I have from benefit I love using this type of brush to apply highlighter to by cheeks like a Mac MSF. x

  2. I really want to try thease out they look great!

    - Keyta

  3. I'd like to try that stippling brush! I can't believe they're cheaper than even elf's brushes :D xoxo

  4. I've always wanted to try the ELF brushes, but I get brushes off nearly everyone for Birthdays and Chirstmas' and always resort back to the one old trusty brush I have, which isn't a branded one!
    I think I'm going to try the MUA ones though as I need to get out of my grubby habit of using the same brush for everything and using my fingers for everything else!

    Love Rachael


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