The 6 Best Makeup Brushes Under £10
When I first got into makeup, expanding my lipstick collection was all I could think about, so I didn't want to spend money on makeup brushes — after all, why buy tools that no one will see when you can get two similar but totally different dark lipsticks for Autumn? After a lot of trial and error, I finally realised that the brushes you get in eye shadow quads and blushers are, pardon my French, pretty crap. And that's when my quest for good-but-cheap makeup brushes started.
If finding good makeup brushes when you're on a budget is hard, it's not impossible. Sure, drugstores are full of brushes that are as bad as the ones I got on my 14th birthday, but they're also hiding some little gems that I now wouldn't live without. So if you've also been trapped in front of a makeup brushes alley for more than 10 minutes trying to figure out which brand you should go for, fear not, because I've found the ones that are worth spending your money on.