Product Review: Moonkini 10-Pc. Brush Set

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One of the most important things in doing your makeup is a good set of makeup brushes. If my house caught fire (wag naman sana!) and I can only save one kind of makeup essentials/products and have to leave everything else behind, I'd choose my makeup brushes! Sure, it's going to cost me so much if I leave all of my makeups but I need my makeup tools more especially since my best brushes came from different sets and brands. I think it's going to be hard to recollect them again. But of course, I don't want to lose my makeup stash so I hope hindi naman kami masunugan ng bahay. Hahaha!

Anyway, a lot of you were asking what makeup brushes I can recommend for beginners. I know a couple of makeup brushes great for beginners but this set that I will feature is perfect for beginners who are also tight on budget.



Product Name: Moonkini 10-Pc. Brush Set
Price: P450.00
Available at: Pretty Angel Shoppe


Moonkini is a brand of brushes that I discovered early this year. They offer super affordable makeup brushes but the quality are surprisingly great! Unfortunately, Moonkini isn't available in malls but Pretty Angel Shoppe has them so, yay for that!

The set comes in a pink/white/black checkered print brush roll. I like it because it's not bulky so it's also perfect to bring with you when you travel. It won't occupy a large space in your bag.




The Moonkini 10-Pc. Brush Set consists a powder brush, angled blush brush, foundation brush, fan brush, large eyeshadow brush, eyeshadow brush, angled eyeliner brush, spoolie, smudger brush, and a lip brush.



The ferrules are metallic pink and the handles are made up of light pink plastic. Super girly! I bet a lot of you, girls, will really enjoy this!



Here's a closer look at the larger brushes from the set.


Powder brush - used in applying powder (both loose and pressed)
Angled Blush Brush - used in applying blush and in contouring the face
Foundation Brush - used in applying foundation (can also be used in applying concealer under the eyes)
Fan Brush - used in cleaning eyeshadow fall outs, applying blush, and contouring


Here are the eye makeup brushes and lip brush.


Large Shader Brush - used in applying eyeshadow on the lids
Eyeshadow Brush - used in applying eyeshadow, especially on more precise eye details
Angled Eyeliner - used in lining the eyes, can also be used on your eyebrows and spot concealing
Smudger Brush - used in smudging your eyeliner
Spoolie - used to tame the brows
Lip Brush - used in applying lip products for more precise application


The Moonkini 10-Pc. Brush Set is the set that I give out in my Blend It makeup workshops. Before I offered them to my students, of course, I tried the brushes myself first to see if it's worth it and I was really impressed when I first tried this set because the brushes are really soft! Also, the performance is pretty good, too! If you're a beginner, this will be perfect for you. The set is almost complete. The only thing that's missing is an eye blending brush. Actually, if you don't have a blending brush, you can use the large shader brush from the set to blend out your eye makeup. :)

The downside to this makeup brush set is that the bristles may shed when you wash them, especially the eye makeup brushes so be careful in cleaning them. Other than that, it's all good! You actually get what you pay for. For P450.00, it's pretty awesome!

So, yes, I highly recommend this to all makeup beginners out there. And not just to the newbies, I also recommend this to budget-conscious ladies. You might want to give this set a try. Simply visit Pretty Angel Shoppe on Facebook or visit them on Instagram, @prettyangelshoppe to get your own set!

Hope this post helps!


Stay awesome and accomplish your mission! :)


8 comments:

  1. Wow! nice, girly and real affordable... thanks for this Ms. Bing! But what brush set can you recommend for those starting to go the professional route for makeup? :)

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  2. Mine was bought at 850 which i found in the mall. So can this be used for liquid foundation? when i tested the brush by blending the liquid foundation on my face the bristles fall off so easily. why is that?

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  3. Hi Bing! I am one of your YT subscribers and I recently have stumbled upon this post. Have you tried the Moonkini sponge? I have reviewed this product along with other Beauty Blender "dupes" below PHP500. Check it out here: http://dblackbitch.blogspot.com/2015/10/sponge-wars-bb-dupes-below-php500.html

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    1. I'll check that out, thank you so much!!!

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  4. Thank you for sharing this detailed information about makeup. It is important to know the value of your makeup tools. I will share this stunning blog to my wife Maggie. I know she would learn more about Best make up brushes from this one.

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    http://blushies.com/

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  5. Thank you for sharing this detailed information about makeup. It is important to know the value of your makeup tools. I will share this stunning blog to my wife Maggie. I know she would learn more about Best make up brushes from this one.

    If you're interested, you can also visit this website for your makeup set:
    http://blushies.com/

    ReplyDelete

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