My Cruelty-Free & Vegan Makeup Brush Collection

Today I thought I would share my cruelty-free & vegan makeup brush collection. I'm sure you all know this & I probably don't even have to say it, but I will anyway: This post is not meant to brag or show-off. I'm simply trying to show you the products I have because you will see me (in posts & videos) use them a lot & I also want you to know that synthetic brushes can be highly accessible, easily available, high-quality, & inexpensive. I don't have as many brushes as the average beauty blogger/vlogger & I'm fine with that. I don't like to hoard things I don't use.

Face Brushes (shown above)

- Top: EcoTools Mineral Kabuki Brush, Sonia Kashuk 121 Tapered Foundation Brush

- Middle: EcoTools Blush Brush, EcoTools Mineral Concealer Brush, Borghese By Kirkland Concealer Brush, EcoTools Mineral Powder Brush, EcoTools Highlight Brush (actually an eye brush, but I prefer it for my face), EcoTools Alicia Silverstone Collection Powder Brush, ELF Studio Flawless Concealer Brush, ELF Studio Small Stipple Brush, EcoTools Alicia Silverstone Collection Duo Fiber Brush

- Botton: 2 ELF Studio Blush Brushes (one for blush, one for contouring)

Eye Brushes

- Top: Up & Up (Target brand) Eyebrow & Lash Brush

- Middle: ELF Studio Contour Brush, EcoTools Alicia Silverstone Collection Angled Crease Brush, EcoTools Mineral Crease Brush, EcoTools Smudge Brush, EcoTools Crease Brush, EcoTools Shader Brush, EcoTools Alicia Silverstone Collection Crease Brush, EcoTools Flat Shader Brush (I think this was meant to be a concealer brush, but I use it for my eyes), ELF Studio "C" Brush

- Bottom: ELF Studio Python Collection Brush

Various Tools

- Top: A variety of sponge-tip applicators (great for on-the-go & traveling)

- Middle: Eyelash curler band replacers

- Bottom: Facial sponge powder applicator

To Be Used & Reviewed

Real Techniques Base Core Collection

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