EDIT: My friend, Cheena reminded me of Suesh Makeup Toolkit having imported these brush guards here to the Philippines, go to Suesh Makeup Toolkit’s Facebook profile and to their photo album. They began distributing this original brand of Brush Guard last July 🙂 Coastal Scents’ brush guard is a copycat version, they even lifted the look of the packaging of The original Brush Guard and added their name. I’m loyal to the original brush guard creators, they had their work patented. It shouldn’t be as simple as taking someone’s brand and work and putting your name on it.
It takes quite a bit of money to acquire high quality cosmetic brushes. It’s important that they keep their shape and are protected from damage in transit and as they dry after cleaning.
If you have a friend coming home from the U.S., particularly California, you may want to ask for these as a take home gift or buy them and have them sent to friends on vacation over there. They’re not that expensive and are so convenient and rewarding I guarantee each pack is worth the reasonable sum of $5.50 US. Bless My Bag has another special story of how suddenly we got double product. Let’s see first how these thingamajigs work…
(Brushes from left to right: A generic cheap Korean brush,
MAC 129, CVS Essence of Beauty Duo foundation brush,
MAC 217, MAC 239, and the Maybelline Eye Studio Drama liner brush.)
This is the original Brush Guard variety pack. The following product packs are also available:
1. The Shadow/liner pack – 10 extra small guards.
2. The Blush Pack – 8 small guards
3. The Foundation Pack – 5 medium guards
4. The Powder/Kabuki Pack – 4 large guards
Keep on reading to see these Brush Guards in action!