Got two eyeshadow brushes. Though am a bit apprehendive about the dual ended one I have to say I really like the eyeshadow brush - it's abit big but grabs my loose pigments well. It's soft and works. Size is rather small, good for the travel kit.
The brushes are soft and great, especially for the price.
I have two of the eye shadow brushes one for my vanity & one for the handbag it's a great fluffy blending brush. I went back to repurchase it.
I also picked up a double ended smoky eye brush one of the ends is loose but some glue can fix that for €2-€3 you can't go wrong with these super soft brushes. Great price for starting off with makeup and super soft for sensitive eyes. No run or shedding when washed only problem was the ferrell got a bit loose from the handle on one brush. For the price I think they are great.
I loooove H&M brushes. All their brushes worked excellent for me, and the brushes' hair are so soft and nice. I would realy recommend them, if you are seaching for some cheap, but still good products.
The H&M brushes are obviously not of good quality but you get what you pay for....
i have the brow&eyelash brush/comb, some blush and powder brushes and two eyeshadow brushes. I have never bought a sponge applicator and will never do...what for? i hate those little things...
aaaanyway. i love the handles, they're cool and nice and golden, match the black hairs of the brushes, very classy and good looking.
the hairs are very soft in the beginning, mmmm let's say two weeks of using a blush brush every day. if you don't wash them VERY CAREFULLY and also condition them (they're synthetic yet it always helps to condition...) they're gonna turn into a mess..in terms of hardness of the bristles, etc.
still, this can be avoided with a proper maintenance routine. i've had my H&M brushes for...mm...a year now, and still going strong.
what i love about these brushes and i would have never expected is the absolute absence of hair shedding and of handle 'dislocation'. i remember the most expensive brush i have ever purchased was a blush (or powder, or both, in the same family) brush i got in Italy...hand-made, the handle is santal wood, 100% japanese lacquer on top of the wood, squirrel hairs, etc, price 90 euros. i purchased it in 2004 and a month ago i noticed it started 'shaking' a bit and shedding some hairs...nothing serious but still,it was my precious 'collection' brush...
i know i can't compare an expensive brush i've had since forever with something purchased a year ago, but still, my H&M has proved itself to be a real trouper. it is quite resistant from this perspective and i love it.
i will keep repurchasing to prolong the life of my other brushes that are of superior quality. but for me, the first quality in a makeup brush is softness...and this one doesn't comply. the second is resistance and the H&M does a wonderful job. and it also works very well for its intended purpose, blends very nicely, doesn't pick up too much color, etc. a very good product for the price we pay.
I have the eyeshadow brush and OMG I love love love it. It's the perfect tool to apply eyeshadow all over the lid.
Have their lash comb brush, bristles are teh eprfect distance apart, not too close and not too far, its still serving me for about a year. The price was very good too!
took a lippy off for the fact that the brush bristles are too hard and feel like they scrape my eyebrows if i use it to brush through them
I have an eyelash comb, blush brush, and eyeshadow brush. If I do recall these were dirt cheap, like 99p or something. I've had mine for awhile and they're very nice!
The only con is that they're only sold in European H&Ms and since I live in Canada I can only buy them on holiday. I really wish H&M would bring their makeup range to North America.
I have an H and M blusher brush still doing good daily service in my make up bag almost 6YEARS later! Definatley a good buy.
I bought the black handled brushes (all of them) and am very pleased with the quality (given the price, geez, these brushes are so cheap!). A great find!!!