Saturday, 27 December 2008

Adesign travel set brushes

I do not have that much to write for today...I have a bit of a limited blogger's vocabulary lately :P...But I want to show you what I purchased during the adesign sale I blogged about...(here)

I bought the mini set, which is perfect for the vain traveller...for $36 including DHL shipping.. Normally it retails for $45, without shipping.

It comes in a beautiful pouch that can be strung together.

I received 6 brushes: from left to right --->Powder brush, Foundation brush, Baby Buki, Shadow, Angled Liner and Brow brush.

The brushes are very mini indeed. I placed my normal sized kabuki next to the kabuki from the mini set, and did the same with the foundation brush. They are truely baby and toddler sized.

The baby kabuki is wonderful for detail when applying mineral makeup or powdered foundation. I still prefer the bigger size for my full face, but on the road I simply reapply my t-zone and perhaps some other spots, so that makes it really handy for toting around.

another mug-shot
The size did not influenced the (according to me) excellent quality of the brushes. They are just as fab as the larger sized Adesign brushes...

The sale is still going on, which is rather tempting, because I really want to place another order again...ooops.



jojoba said...

This is so cute! I love small brushes. I dislike brushes with long handles as they aren't easy for my hands. that kabuki ins rather interesting. :)

Yumeko/Bittenbefore said...

i forgot to order!!!
omg thank you for the reminder
i am there right now XD

cheryl said...

hi there, thanks so much for having mailed out the blush for me already! i can't wait to get it!

this looks like a great set of brushes. u know what, i hold back on getting brush sets because i got a set from MAC a long time ago, and the quality was SO dodgy!

birkinbagbeauty said...

Hi Jojoba, thank you for visiting me! I love smaller sized brushes as well: you can be more precise.

Hi Yumeko, You're welcome...glad to enable (on a good deal!)

Hi Cheryl, it is really nice quality for travel brushes. I've tried the mac travel sized as well, but they seem to be of a lesser quality than the normal sized brushes, so I was glad to know that the quality of the Adesign was the same :D