64% would repurchase
on 7/13/2018 7:04:00 PM
More reviews by Twopups2babies
DONT BE FOOLED, anyone who claims these are luxury or holy grail, is a teen makeup novice who thinks so because of YouTube. I am a professional and I have years of experience with makeup and am not biast in any wayMy favourite brushes are zoeva and Wayne goes and they out preform my high high end brushes. Zoeva has a great affordable range and they last for ages, they wash good and don’t shed. These are shockingly bad. They are just cheap 99 cent brushes that they tried to make look better by putting them in the cheapest most awful cheap gold plastic I have ever felt.The synthetic hairs are bad cheap and they won’t take product so you’ll have to put the product on your skin first and forget it with eyeshadow. These shocked me by how cheap they feel.These are not worth it and they aren’t gonna last I thought they would have at least some heavy to them but nope they’re just plastic and cheap plastic at that.They work okay for blending face products but only if you place it on the skin and not the brush but they are the same as any other cheap brush and they do not last. Washing them ruins them, they shed bad and they only live through a couple of washes and you must use brush guards because they don’t keep shape.I own a ton of brushes from professional to luxury to Sephora end to low end.These are good supplemental brushes for when you just need one back up for if yours is dirty but these are not dependable every day brushes.They are cheap quality. These are not different from their other brushes which I bought to compare they are simply in cheap gold plastic instead of black.Don’t be fooled and go with zoeva instead.They are no different from elf or wet n wild.I don’t know why I expected better, I got three other sets and they went into the trash after the first wash. These are just burner brushes with perceived value thanks to hawking them on YouTube
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on 7/9/2018 10:20:00 PM
More reviews by jjarvis985
Beautiful, pigmented shades that compliment eachother perfectly and blend very well.
on 6/24/2018 11:42:00 PM
More reviews by MES
I initially had my eye on a couple of pricier high end palettes, but this one caught my eye. With the popularity of YouTube and Instagram makeup tutorials, there's been a surge of new brands popping up. I do typically stick to high end eye shadow palettes as the less expensive ones tend to disappoint me with chalky texture, and poor pigmentation. I also have to learn to keep my budget under control and $50 palettes don't help. This has 25 shades, with a mix of mattes and shimmers for under $20.Pigmentation varies from shade to shade, some are great and some really need to be packed on. Texture/smoothness again mixed, though most seem to be pretty smooth with a few that are chalky/dry feeling. Product wear really depends on using not just a primer, but a good primer. I have not tried these without primer, they color really lasts and does not crease with UDPP anti-aging primer. I also tried this with the NYX white eye shadow primer and the wear was only mediocre. These do blend well as the package claims. I like that there colors tend to go well together, making it easy to create a variety of looks. For the price this is really good value, it's not super high quality, but it's better than most drugstore brands.
on 5/10/2018 12:27:00 PM
More reviews by noBSbeauty
I was pleasantly surprised by the new Morphe x Bretman Babe in Paradise Highlighter Palette. This contains several shades with a good range with a very light color you can use on the high points of your face and several colors which are various shimmery bronze tones. This is decently priced but also comes with an awesome fan brush which is a nice bonus. The colors all apply easily but be careful because they are super highly pigmented so a little goes a very long way! They blend easily and lasts all day. If you are looking for a nice highlighter palette this is one to check out. My review and swatches can be seen here:
on 5/10/2018 4:04:00 AM
More reviews by Amanda0511
I'll start by saying it is a decent brush. It apply color smoothly and it gets the job done. I'm not particularly a fan of Morphe because I fell into the hype about a year and half ago and ordered a bunch of brushes that either broke or were garbage quality. I kept hearing this was a dupe for the 217 which is my favorite blending brush. So much so that I own 4 217s. I personally don't think it's a Dupe. The 217 comes to more of a point and is a lot more densely pack than the 433. You can tell a major difference by how light/cheap the handle feels on the 433. I know I'll probably be replacing it sooner then later, but at $6 a brush that is to be expected. Will I reach for the 433 probably. Will it replace my 217, no. I would say if you're on a budget or just don't want to pay the extra money for the Mac version you're still getting a good brush that will get the job done.
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