Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Ebay Jessup Brushes Review

I set out to increase my brush collection, and boy did I!  This was actually the first set that I bought, but it took longer to arrive than the Style set.

Ok, let's be real, you know I wanted this set because it's pink!  I can't even front.  I did see a youtube video about these and they got great reviews.  So far I've used a few, but not all.  I have 31 brushes now so I couldn't possibly use them all.  Look at me, feeling all important and stuff!


Don't they look so pretty!?  You know I have an obsession with pretty things, and these brushes are no exception.


Ok, Here are the deets:


  • Purchased here
  • $29.99
  • Free Shipping from Hong Kong
  • Individually wrapped in clear plastic.  
  • I washed them as soon as I opened them (with baby shampoo)
  • Extremely soft
  • Holds product well.  Just enough so that I don't have to waste any.
  • Not extremely dense but they are great for powder.  
  • Took a little over 3 weeks to arrive.


I know I've already pointed out how cute they are, but come on, they are soooooo pretty!  I can't wait to put them in a pretty holder in the suite. My pink and cobalt room.  I can't figure out if I want to put the blue couch in my room, or keep my raggedy tattered chair puke green chair.  It's absolutely horrible to look at but so comfortable- and it has an ottoman.  Oh decisions, decisions.


Here are the detailed descriptions of each brush from the manufacturer:

Handle Length : about 16.5cm--20cm
Brush hair :Synthetic brush hair
  1. Eye Liner: . Use with gel or liquid liners.
  2. PencilSoften and smoke out lines. Soften pencil liners along the top and bottom lash lines, add shadow to line the eyes, or use to highlight inner corner of eyes.
  3. Tapered BlendingUsing just the tips to apply color, sweep back and forth through the crease for a diffused and blended finish.
  4. Eye Shading: . Place color across the whole lid for an even and strong application of product.
  5. Large ShaderApply cream shadow base or cream shadow for quick and even coverage.
  6. Small Angle. Use with gel, cream or powder liners.
  7. Medium Angled ShadingUse for brow highlighting or to blend the crease.
  8. Concealer: Conceal the hardest to reach areas such as around the nose and eyes
  9. Large PowderUniform blending of powder products onto the face and body.
  10. Large Angled ContourUse the angle to softly contour the cheekbone. Can also be used to apply blush.
  11. Duo Fibre: Can be used with powder, liquid or cream products.
  12. FoundationApply liquid or cream products such as foundation and primer.






My final thoughts are that these brushes are worth the $30 dollars and the 3 week shipping.  I absolutely love the angled contour because it's not super dense and my contour looks fantastic.  The eyeliner brush is also really soft.  LOOOOOVING them!  Makes me want to play in make up RIGHT NOW!!! But first... more packing.  Time to break out the Songza!  Today I do the kitchen and the Living room.  #Killme.  

Think you will try these brushes?  
And what should I do?  Cute blue couch to match my room, or puke green chair that I love?

1 comment:

  1. Wow what an incredibly written blog post! Really appreciated all the information about the brushes as I'm looking to purchase a new collection! Might have to give these a look! New follower btw :) x

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