Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Sonia Kashuk 'Art of Makeup' 10pc. brush set + roll review

          Here's a cool collision between art and beauty! Sonia Kashuk has a limited edition 'Art of Makeup' collection for Spring 2015! It's a collaboration with Linda Mason, makeup and visual artist, and mentor to Sonia Kashuk herself. The collection features a number of beauty tools and organizers, created with splashes of bright color.

         Today, I have two highlights from the Sonia Kashuk 'Art of Makeup' collection to share with you: the Ten Piece Brush set and the Brush Roll!

         As an avid pink-lover, you could say I'm pretty excited about the Sonia Kashuk 'Art of Makeup' Ten Piece Brush set ($35.99). The pink ombré bristles are going to provide a great pop of color on my vanity! Of course, I can also tuck them neatly away in the matching Sonia Kashuk Art of Makeup Brush Roll ($19.92) as well.

           I like the addition of a brush roll to the 'Art of Makeup' line; it's not often that you see rolls available! The Art of Makeup brush roll is a 12-pocket roll that's both sturdy and cute. It keeps my brushes separate and in good shape. There's a protective top flap to keep brushes from falling out; it does take a little finagling to roll up flat, but otherwise works well. Each pocket is quite roomy and can accommodate large handles. In a pinch, I think I could fit two little brushes into a single slot!

The face brushes have a lip print handle, which matches the Art of Makeup design on my brush pouch!
           I've photographed an up-close look at the brushes in the Sonia Kashuk Art of Makeup 10 peice brush set! When it comes to brush sets in general, it's so important to take a look at what exactly is included. My must-have list typically includes a powder, liquid foundation, angled eyeliner/brow, and blush brushes; it was nice to check of all my basics in this set.

          The brushes included within this set include: powder, blush, pointed foundation, dense powder, concealer, pointed blending, crease shadow, medium eye shadow, angled eye shadow, smudge. There are a mix of natural and synthetic fiber brushes. Overall I find them to be of good construction; the heads are soft and don't seem to actively shed! It's worth noting that the box notes that the pink bristles do require a little care to maintain color. Mainly, gentle brush cleaner is recommended (as opposed to strong detergents and hot water).

Appropriately, the eye brushes all have an 'eye print' handle.
            Overall, the Sonia Kashuk 'Art of Makeup' collection is a fun one for those who love art, beauty, and color. I'm always up for more pink, so the brush set is a fun way to spruce up my routine this spring! The brush roll is a nice compliment to my brushes and should come in handy for travel and storage. If you're a fan of the print, there are a number of organizers and train cases available in it as well. The Art of Makeup collection is limited edition, and available at Target.

           Thanks for reading! Would you use pink bristled brushes? Have you seen the Sonia Kashuk Art of Makeup collection in-store?

Love, Dovey.
Disclosure: This post contains product(s) sent to Cute and Mundane for consideration. The ideas and opinions in this post are genuine and my own. As usual, no ads or affiliate links!

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