Crown Brushes

Crown Brushes
I have been after some new make up brushes for a while now and although I would love to own a handful of MAC brushes, not only can I not afford them, I can't justify spending £20 plus for a brush! Like I have mentioned in previous posts I'm a very loyal fan and user of the Real Technique brushes (thank you Samantha for making such lovely brushes!) but they are looking a little sorry for themselves, so I thought I would branch out and try something new. 

Crown Brushes

I came across Crown Brushes online. I haven't heard too much about them until now and I must say Im thoroughly impressed by the quality of these inexpensive brushes - Im actually surprised that I haven't heard more about them! I bought a handful online and the Pro Blending Fluff (C433) is so similar to the MAC 217 but at £6.09! I bought six eyeshadow brushes and one stippling brush, which I have been using with my beauty blender to apply my foundation - they work perfectly together. 

Crown brushes start from £2.09 and the most expensive brush that I bought pictured here, was the stippling brush at £9.29 - bargain! Don't let the price put you off, they are technically a make up artist brand (if that makes sense!) and the brushes feel super soft and expensive. Im so impressed, that as soon as Im paid I will be placing another order.

If you are looking for some new quality brushes on a budget, I would recommend Crown Brushes. Delivery is just £2.99 and they arrived very quickly. I also received 10% off my order by using the discount code: FINBER2013. 

Have you ever tried any brushes from this brand?
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