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Brush Declutter

I've been collecting brushes steadily from late 2012. While periodically I've place a few of them in The Marketplace, I've never gone through the entire collection and sifted through what I don't use often.

Makeup brushes haul - www.modenmakeup.com
posted on our Facebook page December 30, 2012

Until recently.

Makeup brushes collection - www.modenmakeup.com

Something automatically weren't going anywhere...

Wayne Goss and Chikuhodo brushes - www.modenmakeup.com
Chikuhodo Z3 - www.modenmakeup.com

I'm a big fan of the Wayne Goss eye brushes and from de time I knew I could get Chikuhodo brushes customized on Visage de dog dead.

When it came to the M.A.C brushes I had to make some relatively tough calls; often we feel we have to hold onto things due to how much they cost but I'm over that now.

M.A.C Brushes - www.modenmakeup.com

So how did I do?

decluttered brushes - www.modenmakeup.com

Not as well as I'd thought...but it's a start. I made up my mind to destash a lot of eye brushes since falling in love with the Wayne Goss ones. They feel great on my eyelids; so great that many other brushes now feel incredibly scratchy. You'll see a couple Zoeva brushes here from the Rose Gold set that I reviewed a while ago. I'm still fond of those but I noticed I had similar ones. Why not pass them on to someone who would appreciate them right? Right.

For a play-by-play check out my profile on Peeks (username: @lr_interlaceinc). Viewable only on mobile it seems.

What brand makes your favourite brushes? Let us know in the comments.

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