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There are some things in life you just can't skimp on...you have to do quality.

All the way quality.

Every time I purchase make up brushes I am always freaked out by the big price tags, so I always down grade to the more affordable synthetic alternative.

That is all fine and good until the brushes start to turn on you.

You know what I mean- when the bristles start feeling like nappy doll hair on your face.

Not cool.

Or you end up with tiny black bristles all over your face.

Not good either- either looks like you had a "good time" before you left the house or you have spurts of facial hair.

I have decided to put a stop to this.

I originally wanted to buy a kit of good quality full sized brushes...2

So I checked Trish McEvoy and Laura Mercier, but they were in the price family of $250 a kit.

Thats a lot to drop at one time.

I prefer to stretch it.

So I headed over to MAC.

I started with 4 brushes that I know I will use, and if I need more I will go back and get more.

I can't see myself using 12 different brushes a day (another reason I didn't go for the kit).

Here is what I got-

For my Studio Fix powder, the 187 Duo Fibre Brush- I actually bought this because it looks so darn cool with the white on top.2

For the peepers-

I like to wear eye color under my eye- I think it looks cool.

And 212 Flat Definer brush this brush does the trick- and perfectly might I add.

I also picked up this 217 blending brush because its firm enough to apply the color as well.

Feels like a dream on the eyes too.

Finally- the must have for a smokey eye...

the219 Pencil Brush.

I also couldn't leave without brush cleaner...if I am going to have pricey brushes I best keep em clean.

No what I mean?

I currently store my brushes in a cheap brush roll from Target- I would like to upgrade to a MAC case (maybe after pay day).

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