NEW Sugarpill Vegan Brushes!

The newest product out from Sugarpill is a new addition to their line- brushes! So far, there are four brushes- a Large Eyeshadow Brush, Tapered Blending & Crease Brush, Lip Brush, and Precision Eyeliner Brush. These are all completely vegan and cruelty free brushes made of super soft, synthetic hair. Read on to see more photos and my thoughts on these!

SugarpillBrushes 6SugarpillBrushes 1SugarpillBrushes 2 Large Eyeshadow Brush

SugarpillBrushes 5 Tapered Blending & Crease Brush

SugarpillBrushes 4 Lip Brush

SugarpillBrushes 3 Precision Eyeliner Brush


These brushes come with a pink handle with the Sugarpill logo, a long white ferrule, and bristles that fade from white to pink. The bristles are nice and soft too, which is always a plus. While the bristles are soft, they aren’t sparse, so you will be able to apply makeup nice and evenly. If you are a fan of unique looking brushes, I’m sure you’ll love these, as they are far from your standard black and silver brush look (but they wouldn’t be true Sugarpill if they weren’t a little out of the box!)

These are available to purchase individually or as a set. As a set, they are sold for $68, which comes out to $17 each, and that would save you $6 over buying them separate.

Available from Sugarpill for $20 (Large Eyeshadow & Tapered Blending & Crease Brushes) $16 (Precision Eye Liner) and $18 (Lip Brush)

 

What do you think of these? Worth checking out, or a pass?

 

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10 comments

  1. Miss Niki says:

    Really want to try the eyeliner brush! I’m still on the hunt for one that works for me. I’ve tried so many! Maybe this one is it!!

  2. Emily says:

    I bought the liner and the blender. Both are ah-maze-ing. I’ve used them every day since I got them. The liner brush is so precise and makes it easy to get the line you want. The blender is sooooo soft and it great for sheer washes of colour, or adding colour to or blending out the crease. I would consider buying the eyeshadow brush if it were a bit smaller, but I can’t justify the price of the lip brush when my $1 elf one works perfectly. Lip brushes are pretty hard to mess up.

    • Sophie-Lee says:

      It’s good to hear how they actually work – I loooove how they look and am considering buying some just for that (if they come back in stock) but they do run a bit expensive (and should I just buy Hakuhodo, being the same price??)

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