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March 10, 2016

BYOMB: Buy Your Own Make Up Brushes

Every girl needs their own set of make up brushes, whether you use make up everyday or just on occasion. While some people rely on just whatever brush or sponge comes with the piece of make up that they buy, it’s a different feeling when you use your own tools on your face. I bought my first set out of necessity many years ago when I was working in TV. I just didn’t want brushes that had touched so many other faces used on my face and now I can’t live without them.

When I was asking around among my make up artist friends about the best but affordable brands for make up brushes one brand that kept coming up is Suesh. Everyone likes the soft bristles and the overall quality of the brushes and they now have several designs to choose from so you won’t need to stick to the basic black.

If you’re really into make up and are really into experimenting on different looks for your face, it’ll be best to get the full set of 28 or 21 pieces.

Goldee Salcedo, Thrifty Thursdays, BYOMB, make up brushes, 2016 FebruaryIf you like to experiment but know you won’t need all those pieces then a 10-piece set will work for you:

Goldee Luxe TT, BYOMB 3, 2016Feb25
Goldee Luxe TT, BYOMB 4, 2016Feb25

And for those everyday on-the-go make up looks and touch ups the 7-piece or 6-piece sets will do.

Goldee Luxe TT, BYOMB 5, 2016Feb25

Goldee Luxe TT, BYOMB 6, 2016Feb25

Check out the full selection at a Suesh store near you or online at suesh.com. But if you’re set to buy, I would take advantage of the ongoing sale on Suesh products at beautymnl.com. Most of the items are at 10% off  and they offer free shipping for purchases over P2,000.

 


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