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Old 06-12-2010, 04:58 AM   #1
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Please recommend a good brush for mineral makeup application

I am new to mineral makeup and I tried a bit today, which I liked but I had a Mac brush and felt it harsh on my skin. I am worried it could scratch it and damage it.
Are natural fibers better than synthetic and do they exist for applying MMU, I think is kabuki brush they type of brush?
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Old 06-12-2010, 05:15 AM   #2
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Try Quo. I'm fairly sure I remember seeing a mineral make up brush in their line. Their brushes also feel less harsh to me. I think they average $10-15/brush, depending on which one you get.
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I am a firm believer good makeup brushes should be looked as an investment. A good quality brush should last you for years if they are well kept and cleansed. I'd honestly stay away from brushes that feel harsh and just feels..unnatural (coarse hair). Quo brushes are okay but they wear down quite quickly and you want to avoid brushes where their hairs fall out during application. Bobbi Brown or Nars has really good quality brushes but can run from $50 to $70. If you're only looking for a couple brushes in particular I'd suggest to buy them seperately instead of purchasing a whole brush set.
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