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Can anyone recommend a really good value lipstick brush that's soft, won't shed and won't put a huge dent in my pocket (no more than $20)?

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Sephora Professionnel Platinum Square Retractable Lip Brush #60, $12

Sephora Professionnel Platinum Lip Brush #61, $16

Clinique lip brush $13.50

Smashbox Retractable Lip Brush 18, $20


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Originally Posted by emily_3383 View Post
I have this one: Sephora Professionnel Platinum Square Retractable Lip Brush #60, $12.


I like it.

With it being retractable, does it ever get stuck?

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Originally Posted by sooner_chick View Post
I do believe Walgreens has the Salon Collection{Japonesque}. Around seven bucks and some change. Has a really nice point to it!!
How convenient! Heading that way in a few minutes, so now i'll be able to have a look wink.gif.

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