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Up for Sale: I only accept US buyers with Paypal only. Message me if you are interested. 1. Tarte Pin Up Girl Blush Palette- very gently swatched. Amazonian Clay 12 hour Blush Palette 5 Limited Edition Holiday 2014 set plus 2 vintage-inspired wearable hair pins (pins never worn) Swatched very gently 3x with clean brush Includes: breathless (pinky beige), embraced (plummy rose), whimsy (light pink), bashful (rosy peach), irreplaceable (mauve rose) Net weight 4.5g / 0.158 oz X 5 blushes Asking Price $50.00 includes USPS shipping w/tracking 2. MAC Mineralize Skinfinish MSF in Soft & Gentle - gently swatched Gently swatched comes w/original box and interior plastic cover-see pics purchased at Macy's in Jan 2015 w/CRL included Full Size, Net weight 10 g/ .35 oz Asking Price $22 includes USPS shipping w/tracking 3. IT Cosmetics Heavenly Luxe Powder Brush - Brand New, Sealed w/Box see pics of item description Full Retail is $48 Asking Price $20 includes USPS shipping w/tracking
Ulta just announced three new lines of makeup brushes at a variety of price points in collaboration with IT Cosmetics! They go on sale 8/31, and they look pretty interesting: http://www.ulta.com/itbrushesforulta/ Looks potentially interesting, I think. Here's how they break it down: Airbrush Essentials seem to be the 'everyday' or 'simple' line of blurring brushes, and range in price from $12 to $30. Velvet Luxe brushes are the 'posh' ones, with a price range from $24 to $54. Live Beauty Fully brushes are the 'companies giving back' line; for every brush you buy, It Cosmetics contributes one to a group that helps cancer survivors with their beauty issues. Prices: $16 to $40. They also have travel brush sets ranging from $19.50 to $98, and they have a '12 essentials' page selected from among the lines of brushes. After hearing so much about the Heavenly Luxe brush, I seriously want to see these in-store and try them out. I haven't bought a lot of pricey brushes lately, except for tricky things like concealer and blending liquid/cream products.I could seriously use a good blurring brush for finishing powder...
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