Makeup Brush Sale

Hey everyone! I know I said I would have some more recommendations on gift sets… So sorry, been insanely busy! BUT my favorite line of brushes is offering an additional 20% off through tomorrow (Sunday)! I am a “Red Affiliate” for them so the link to their page is on MY website. The company is called Royal & Langnickle and again they are on My Website where you will already receive special pricing if you shop through my link :-). My personal and professional choice is the [R]eveloution line designed by one of my favorite professionals in the biz- Kevin James Bennett!! They are so well made (and amazingly priced to begin with!) and will last you forever, with NO shedding!

So please if you are looking for yourself or a gift- click on their logo on my site and go stock up! Let me know if you need any help let me know. He also has videos on there about how to use each brush with little tips to make life a little easier 😉
Happy Shopping!!


[R]evolution BX-145 LASH FAN

I can’t even explain how excited all of us professional MUA’s are about this new Revolution brand of brushes! They are designed by an incredibly talented, Emmy Award winning Makeup Artist (not to mention just a great all around guy!) Kevin James Bennett.  I will be reviewing more brushes from this line, but I wanted to share my favorite now.  I LOVE using fan brushes to apply mascara and now there is finally one actually designed to do just that!! It’s notched so that it coats even better and leaves lashes looking amazing.  KJ Has designed a full line of makeup brushes within the Royal and Langnickle family.  I am proud to say that I am an affiliate of theirs and if anyone ever wants to try them out, you can shop the whole [R]evolution line at a discount through my website  I highly recommend ANY of these brushes for whatever level of artistry you’re at- they will last you a lifetime AND their price point is another thing you will love about them!

Happy Shopping 🙂

Angled Brush

This little angled brush may not look like much, but it is one of the “Must Have Brushes” for any level of makeup!  The image here is a MAC natural/synthetic fibre blend, which is great because you can use it with powders, liquid and creams.  Just about every cosmetic line has some type of angled brush (normally made with just synthetic fibre) but I am actually a big fan of the MAC brush.  What do you do with this little gem you ask??? Well- pretty much any and everything!  The natural hair brushes are amazing for filling in sparse eyebrows- because of it’s angled design and size you can make almost hair-like strokes with your powder to achieve perfect brows every time!  I also love using these for eyeliner 🙂 They work fantastic for the popular gel liners, OR if you like very soft liner- most eyeshadows can be used wet or dry.  Simply wet the brush and swipe your favorite eyeshadow and use it as liner (or try it dry for a very subtle look).  One of my favorite things to with this brush is to line the lower lashline with a darker color- it gives a more finished and polished look without having to use an actualy pencil/liquid liner that can be pretty harsh.

Like I said….LOTS to do with this amazing little tool 🙂 So go pick one up this week and start playing!

Fluff Brush (Natural Hair)

These types of brushes are probably the most commonly used.  They come in a few different sizes but this medium size fluff is a must have! If you want to pack the color on your lid- this is what ya want! This image is a #213 brush from MAC Cosmetics and made of natural hair, Any brand will do as long as it doesn’t shed terribly and is slightly firm.  There are other brushes that look similar to this but made with synthetic hair- We will get into that later, they are NOT the same brush for the same effect. This brush has a thick bundle of fibers arranged in a rounded shape.

Foundation Brush (synthetic)

Achieve a flawless complexion with this brush. Creates a polished look with full coverage. Just about every cosmetic line makes these but this is one of my favorites (from Bobbi Brown). you should always use one to prevent any pulling or tuggin on your skin, or the oils from using your fingers. Just a note for those of you that have used sponges…You will waste about 50% of your product this way- sponges EAT liquid makeup!


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