Found a very good line of brushes at Walgreens

internetchickinternetchick Registered Users Posts: 6,191
They are called Perfection and they have 100% natural bristle brushes. I bought a Kabuki brush because I didn't like the one I got from B.E. and it is great! Nice, even application and the bristles are oh so soft. Best of all it was only $4.99! I am going to buy more brushes for blush, eyeshadow, etc.

Here's a link to their line. The Kabuki brush is not online for some reason :?

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  • briccagrlbriccagrl Registered Users Posts: 540
    That good to know. I just recently bought some new brushes and I hate them...the bristles keep falling out :evil: Guess I'll be stopping by Walgreens tomorrow. Thanks Internetchick :D
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  • internetchickinternetchick Registered Users Posts: 6,191
    I noticed some natural bristle brushes at Albertson's as well but haven't tried them. I prefer natural bristles.
  • CurliLocksCurliLocks Registered Users Posts: 10,573 Curl Connoisseur
    They are called Perfection and they have 100% natural bristle brushes. I bought a Kabuki brush because I didn't like the one I got from B.E. and it is great! Nice, even application and the bristles are oh so soft. Best of all it was only $4.99! I am going to buy more brushes for blush, eyeshadow, etc.

    Here's a link to their line. The Kabuki brush is not online for some reason :?
    Is this the kabuki brush you have? brush
    So they are natural bristles? I'll have to check that out.
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  • CurliLocksCurliLocks Registered Users Posts: 10,573 Curl Connoisseur
    bump :)
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  • internetchickinternetchick Registered Users Posts: 6,191
    Oops, sorry yes. Sorry, I haven't been in this section in awhile :oops:
  • ariesxtremeariesxtreme Registered Users Posts: 123
    I need to buy a few more eye shadow brushes and can't stand to pay $30/brush. Are these really soft?
  • internetchickinternetchick Registered Users Posts: 6,191
    I need to buy a few more eye shadow brushes and can't stand to pay $30/brush. Are these really soft?

    They are not as soft as the Sonia Kashuk brushes at Target, but they are still much softer then artificial bristle brushes.
  • ariesxtremeariesxtreme Registered Users Posts: 123
    I was at Walgreens the other day, all their brushes are on sale, buy one get one free of equal or lesser value!

    How are the Sonia Kashuk brushes priced compared to these? I bought a Japonesque eye shadow brush which I adore, but don't want to spend that much again for brushes really.
  • internetchickinternetchick Registered Users Posts: 6,191
    Well, I like the Sonia brushes better now that I have used them awhile(though I do like this line as well).

    Sonia Kashuk at Target

    I think they cost about the same, but they do feel a bit softer. The travel size brushes are less expensive, they just have shorter handles(which I prefer).
  • CurliLocksCurliLocks Registered Users Posts: 10,573 Curl Connoisseur
    Well, I like the Sonia brushes better now that I have used them awhile(though I do like this line as well).

    Sonia Kashuk at Target

    I think they cost about the same, but they do feel a bit softer. The travel size brushes are less expensive, they just have shorter handles(which I prefer).
    Do they have a kabuki? I don't see it online. :? How much is it? TIA!
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  • internetchickinternetchick Registered Users Posts: 6,191
    I don't think they sell a kabuki by itself, but they do sell it as part of a set
  • CurliLocksCurliLocks Registered Users Posts: 10,573 Curl Connoisseur
    ah, I don't need the powder so I'll probably have to settle for the walgreen's. Is there that much difference? I still haven't even ordered my everyday minerals samples yet, but I want to have a kabuki to try them out. (still deciding on colors) :?
    SF Bay Area, CA * "The Angel-Goddess-Guru of Haircoloring" :D
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  • internetchickinternetchick Registered Users Posts: 6,191
    I haven't used the Sonia kabuki brush, so I am not sure how they compare.
  • CurliLocksCurliLocks Registered Users Posts: 10,573 Curl Connoisseur
    ok thanks! :) jeepcurlygirl mentioned she uses puffs to apply her mineral makeup, so I may try that or use a large powder brush I already have.
    SF Bay Area, CA * "The Angel-Goddess-Guru of Haircoloring" :D
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  • internetchickinternetchick Registered Users Posts: 6,191
    I would think a powder brush would work just fine :)

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