What's your budget?
Do you want a full set of brushes (13-17) or only most-used (7-10)?
You don't have to 'know' makeup....I was talking about how many brushes there are in a set.Thanks for the replies.
I'm not sure what you mean by the numbers, as i don't do make up, but i'm guessing the mostly used ones would be better. I'd like to spend about £25-30 on it.
Oh ok sorry i must have been having a blonde moment! I thought you meant that different types of brushes may have numbers (like the nail brushes do) The body shop brushes are good quality, maybe i will just buy them all singly then buy a nice case/pouch to put them in.You don't have to 'know' makeup....I was talking about how many brushes there are in a set.
You won't get professional quality brushes for 25-30 pounds, so my advice would be to go to places such as woolies or the like (as stated above!).
Thanks for that, i'm not sure if i have one in my area, although there is a body shop in my local town, so i could always ask them, i never thought of that! The body shop brushes are really nice too, just wish they done them in a set!dont you have any bodyshop consultants in your area hun ?
you could always host a bodyshop party and if your party sales are high enough ,you get lots of rewards ,you could choose brushes !!!!!!...
try pm ing lancslass and see if she can help you find out how to find a consultant in your area ,if you are interested ..shes a little love !