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The Kitten Makeup Brush Set From Bella and Bear

Press Sample: Product given by the Company for Testing and Review Purposes

Since, November my Brush pile has gotten larger due to the fact that I'm also an aspiring Makeup Artist and I do it on a part time basis.
Using the right brushes are very important to a makeup artist and what you use and how you use them determines the final makeup masterpiece.

Today I bring you "The Kitten" from the company Bella and Bear.

Bella and Bear was named after the company owner's cute cats and they have a vintage feel to their packaging, promotions and ads like their beautiful pin up model below.

This 15 Piece Brush set ranging from blending, to kabuki, to shader brushes are beautiful and all of them are soft and function for more than one purpose.

I received this bountiful brush set in a beautiful floral print box and on the inside was this big and black classy carying case which had a spot for each brush. The case is embossed with the Bella and Bear name and the zipper is a cute silver puffed up heart.

As soon as I took out the brushes they did have a factory smell to them but regardless any brush you buy, you have to wash so I did with baby shampoo and warm water.

I noticed one of the brushes leaked a black dye but that was it, so I cleaned it up and set them to dry.

"The Kitten" brushes are made from Horse and Goat hair with a few synthetic ones and can be used for powders and liquids to give you a streak free finish.

Bella and Bear also donates a percentage of their earnings to the protection of the big cats around the world.
Therefore all the brushes have cat names in the guide below that also lists what each brush is can and be used for.
"The Kitten" retails for $75.00 and can be found on their site at www.bellaandbear.com

These are the products and the brushes I used from "The Kitten"to create the beauty look below.
The same brush I used for my powder I also used for my concealer.
These brushes were great to work with and had only minimal shedding, The blending brushes really blended effortlessly.
I only wish they had a larger shader brush but the small one in the kit worked as well.


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