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Makeup Geek Makeup Brushes Review

Makeup Geek Makeup Brushes Review

I wanted to share my thoughts on the Makeup Geek Makeup Brushes. Makeup Geek Makeup Brushes are cruelty free and vegan. They’re made with synthetic bristles, so that everyone can use them.

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Face Brushes

Round Blush Brush – $8.99
Maybe I just don’t know how to use this one correctly, but it’s very stiff for my taste. I like the size but I wish it was softer, because I feel like it’s hard for me to apply my blush just right with it.

Angled Contour Brush – $8.99
I have the same problem with this brush as with the round blush brush. It’s just too stiff for my taste. I can do ok with contouring with it, but really wish it had more give.

Face Buffer Brush – $17.99
I love this one! I use it to apply setting powder, but it could be used for powder foundation too. Everyone needs a good powder brush and in my vast collection, this is my favorite. I use it daily. It is the best powder brush that I own and it gives me beautiful results. I use it under the eyes to press setting powder on top of concealer, I use it for all sorts of things. You could even use it for blush.

Foundation Stippling Brush – $17.99
This has a large head and it’s soft. I love how it feels.

Angled Stippling Brush – $15.99
I really like this one and I recommend it over the regular stippling brush because of the angle. It’s easier to get around the curves of your face.

Cheek Highlighter Brush – $8.99
I love this one and it’s so easy to apply your highlighter with it. It’s super soft.

Face Brush Bundle – $44.99
If you want to buy the brushes that Marlena recommends, this set includes the Angled Stippling, Rounded Blush, face Buffer, Angled contur and Cheek Highlighter. I like all of these except for the rounded blush.

Eye Brushes

Stiff Dome Brush – $7.99
This is a super stiff brush, which I do not like.

Eye Blender Brush – $7.99
This is an angled crease brush / eye blender brush. It’s kind of stiff for my taste and I don’t like it for blending.

Outer V Brush – $7.99
This is an ok brush. Good give, not scratchy.

Soft Dome Brush – $7.99
I love this brush! It’s awesome for applying color on my lower browbone / upper crease. It’s a steal for the price.

Smokey Eye Brush – $7.99
I own 2 of this brush. I purchased one and I was sent one to review. I adore it for blending in the outer crease. outer v or for smoky eyes. It’s stiff without being scratchy.

Crease Brush – $7.99
I own 2 of this brush. I purchased one and was sent one to review. I do like it for applying color in the crease.

Small Crease Brush – $6.99
This is super soft and I adore it. It’s good for detail work in the outer v.

Pointed Crease Brush – $6.99
This is a great little brush. Love the feeling.

Pencil Brush – $7.99
This is a great pencil brush. It’s not scratchy and it lays down color perfectly. This is a must have brush to me.

Bent Eyeliner Brush – $6.99
I love this brush! I own a lot of bent eyeliner brushes, from It Cosmetics to Sonia Kashuk and e.l.f. but this one is the best because it has the perfect amount of bristle density and give to help my lines be thick or thin.

Brushes I Would Skip
Eye Blender Brush
Stiff Dome Brush
Foundation Stippling Brush(I would recommend the Angled Stippling Brush instead for more versatility)
Angled Contour Brush
Round Blush Brush

Brushes I Highly Recommend
Soft Dome Brush
Smokey Eye Brush
Bent Eyeliner Brush
Pencil Brush
Pointed Crease Brush
Face Buffer Brush
Cheek Highlighter Brush
Angled Stippling Brush

What do you think of the Makeup Geek Makeup Brushes? Have you tried any? Which are your favorites?

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