BABI BEAR Makeup Brushes Set Review

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Thanks to Tomoson, I had the privilege to review this amazing makeup brushes set! After testing them for about 3 weeks, I can honestly say I’m surprised by the quality. The wooden handles are easy to hold onto and the metal end holds the bristles firmly. The brushes are very professionally made and are very elegant in appearance. The bristles themselves are soft and do not break off or shed; not even during cleaning with the rubber brush cleaner that comes with the set as a bonus!

As you can see in the picture, this set contains:

    • Round Brush
    • Fan Brush
    • Foundation Brush
    • Angled Foundation Brush
    • Contour Brush
    • Blusher brush
    • Concealer Brush
    • Precision Concealer brush
    • Bronzing Brush
    • Eye shadow Brush
    • Blending Brush
    • Flat Angled Eyebrow Brush
    • Angled Eyebrow Brush
    • Eye shadow Brush
    • Lip Brush

I really like the length of the powder brush, contour, and angled foundation brush bristles. The Angled Foundation flat brush works so much better than the traditional rounded-tip Kabuki brushes that I have used for working in foundation powder. I loved the feel of the Blusher brush, it’s SO soft, and it does an excellent job of holding just the right amount of powder blush. I found the Powder and Contour brushes are ideal for blending blush, foundation, and bronzing powder for a finished look.

The Concealer brush smooths liquid concealer without pulling on the skin and the Blending brush was soft and did a great job of blending without streaking. Both eye shadow brushes are great at holding just the right amount of powder that you want and blend beautifully. The fan brush works great at swiping off any excess shadow that might fall without leaving a streak across your face. The cleaner seems to do a pretty good job of cleaning the brushes between use, but I would definitely follow the washing instructions included in the product description after a couple of uses.

The makeup bag is a nice size, is lightweight and holds all of the brush set without crimping the bristles; however, I did not find the claim that the bag is waterproof to be true. The bag becomes damp inside nearly instantly; if you spill water on the outside and try to dry it off immediately, the inside will still become damp. The makeup sponge rinses easily if you use a water-based foundation. As with every makeup brush set I have tried, my only dislike is cleaning instructions and brush identifications are not included, so be sure you copy information from the Product Description page. All in all, this set is a keeper!

If you’re looking for an inexpensive, yet good quality set of brushes, check this one out here!