on Feb 01, 2012 @ 09:20 pm|
So, today I was at Walmart and ventured into their makeup section. I found these new-to-me makeup brushes right next to the EcoTools brushes. They had samples out and they felt sooo soft and amazing! They were also very well prized and made in Canada. Since this
is the first time I have ever even seen this brand, I thought I'd come here and see if any one has purchased these brushes and what their thoughts are....Had it not been for my little people (my 2 and 4 yr olds) running off on me to go look at toys, I probably would have bought at least one to try out....
|good stuff on Feb 01, 2012 @ 10:00 pm|
I tried a couple and they are very very good! best stippling brush out there
|Not Bad! on Feb 03, 2012 @ 09:38 am|
I've brought these brushes before and they aren't bad for the price. I recommend sticking with their eye brushes though. I'm not a fan of their blush or face brushes.
@ra143 I haven't tried the stippling brush but I've been wanting one so maybe I'll make a trip down this weekend!
|worth it on Feb 13, 2012 @ 12:22 am|
totally worth it! Give it a try! its very dense and sturdy!
|brushes on Feb 13, 2012 @ 02:05 am|
my sister bought one from there not sure if it was this one, eco tools or another one in the same area but I think she was happy with it and it was soft. Im looking at the website right now, the prices are pretty good, maybe i'll pick up somethin
|Pretty good on Feb 13, 2012 @ 08:34 am|
I have two of their brushes -- the smudge eye brush and crease brush. I like the crease brush; it's cheap and effective. The smudge brush I don't get much use out of, though. Where the bristles are glued in, around the part the plastic is... sharp? As if they didn't put enough bristles in around the edges, so I'm always afraid of scraping my eye!