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Kilimall Rose Gold Makeup Brush Set

written by Olivia Akumu November 14, 2016

Just how pretty is this rose gold brush set?! You get 29 pieces in total, enough for you to slay your base, your highlight and contour and your eye look. Kilimall Rose Gold Brush Set 2 - Olivia Akumu

I’ve used this set for a few weeks now and I’ve got to say I’m very impressed with what you get for the price. All the brushes have black handles with a gorgeous rose gold ferule, and with the exception of 2 of the eye brushes are very soft. They wash well and I’ve had no shedding so far. It all comes in a black zipped up carry case, which is perfect for travelling.

Here’s a rundown of the set and what you can do with the brushes:

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Foundation brush –  use or foundation, or do as I do and reserve this for applying your homemade face masks!

Duo fibre powder and blush brush – a good multi-tasker, especially because of its rounded end. I’d use this for cream/liquid products

Small duo fibre brush – great for foundation

Large duo fibre brush –  ditto

 

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Large powder brush – perfect for setting your face with powder at the end of your look

Large fluff brush – use this to dust bronzer evenly all over the edges of your face

Large blush brush – a dupe to the Real Techniques blush brush, use for blush or powder

 

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Flat definer brush – use this to get a nice sharp edge when tidying up your eyebrows

Concealer brush – does what it says on the tin

Large concealer brush – for when you’ve got to cover a bigger surface. I like this for blending out my orange corrector

Fluff brush – perfect size for under eye setting powder

 

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Tapered highlighter brush – glow, baby, glow!

Domed blender brush – Use this to blend out blush, highlight, or contour

Contour brush – as it says

Angled contour brush – it’s angled head it great for carving out those cheekbones, or applying blush to your cheeks

 

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Small concealer brush – perfect for adding concealer to your eyelid to make that shadow pop

Short shader brush – pack colour onto your eyelid

Shader brush – ditto

Angled shader brush – work the colour into your crease

 

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Pencil brush – for that detailed smokey eye

Assortment of blending brushes – blend until it hurts, then blend some more! Diferent lengths and density so that you can control how blneded out you want your shadow to look

 

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Small eyeliner brush – dip this in some gel liner for the finest of fine lines

Small angled eyeliner brush – small enough to slay your cat eye flick

Pointed eyeliner brush – when you want something a little bit more defined

Covered lip liner brush – perfect for applying lipstick without smudging over your lip lines. Comes with a lid to keep things hygenic

Short eyeshadow brush – use this to smudge out your eyeshadow on your lower lash line

 

Phew! There you go. Do you need another brush set after this? No. It’s perfect if you’re looking for a full set for your face, but also if you’re missing some brushes – you’ll get your essentials and some others too.  Buy it from Kilimall for just (KES 2,999), or opt for the black and silver version (KES 4,999).

Will you be grabbing this set? Let me know below!

 

Olivia

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