Cheap - Exactly the way I like it with brushes as I like to clean mine a lot so if they are cheap, I can buy two and swap them in/out while I deep clean brushes and let them dry!
Good Quality - I've had mine for quite some time now and I can't say there is even a hair out of place. What more could you want?
OMGSOSOFT - *strokes them*
Natural/Eco-Friendly - Makes me feel sunny and warm inside knowing I am not harming the world we live in!
Vegan Friendly, Affordable Travel Brushes
I give these a pretty fair to good rating because they are super affordable, obtainable, vegan friendly, and work well. These are also great for travel. I think these are great in any kit, wether you are a collector looking to go synthetic with your brushes (these were my initial investment in vegan brushes) or a beginner. There are nice shapes that will get the job done, and produce beautiful work. The handles are short, and don't work well in a brush roll, so keep the case it comes with for proper storage if you are OCD about your makeup storage like me. I didn't give it 5 stars, because there are other vegan brushes I prefer, but these are a great way to go. These also don't have as many shapes as I would like, but most women would probably benefit from the simplicity of these shapes, and get more use from this kit than a large kit with "odd shaped brushes." Most women only use 5 brushes ever, so I think it will work for most. Also my ET Kabuki broke, and one of the powder brushes absorbs more of my face powder than I would like (Inglot YSM, which is of course soft and silky to begin with) so I tend to favor the ELF Stippling Brush from the studio line when it comes to face powder.
Good for the money (:
These brushes are so soft, and I love the fact that they are cruelty free and soooo eco friendly! I really love the fluffy tapered blending brush and the mini kabuki. I like using the concealer brush to put on an eye primer like Urban Decay Primer Potion or Too Faced Shadow Insurance. It also works great for putting on Benefit Creaseless Cream Shadows and Paint Pots. The kabuki is VERY small but it works well for just putting on a clear and translucent powder. The bigger brush I don't use that often, just because I don't have much use for it. It's a bit too fluffy for bronzer or blush, but that's just my preference (: I'm a bit confused though why they chose these brushes to put in a set... three face brushes and an eye brush? I still do like these brushes, and I think they are good extras to have in a collection, but these aren't the only brushes I would need for makeup application.