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Sep 05, 2011
Hi Laura! I want to introduce myself as community manager and with you a very Happy Birthday! If you have any questions please feel free to contact me! xoxo
May 18, 2011
Hi Laura, thanks for the follow! Welcome to Beautylish...can't wait to see more of you around here. :)
In response to your brush question - it really depends on your budget and how much you're willing to spend. There are cheaper brushes that work equally as good as expensive ones.
I've got a couple of MAC brushes, some from Sephora, some from Coastal Scents, a couple from Ecotools. All of them are pretty decent so far. I like soft, dense brushes that do not shed too much. Perhaps you could try investing in one of those Ecotool brush sets for starters - they are affordable and have all the basics for you to start experimenting with. Hope this helps!
Awesome Vivian! I will take a look into them and definitely get started with one to see how they work for me. I'm sure they'll do just fine :)
Thank you very much for your response :) It sure helped me out, I was a bit puzzled as to where and which ones were good.