The first year Beauty Blenders came out...I had to have on...I could not believe I was spending 20 some dollars on a makeup sponge. I got it, and wondered a lot how to go about using it proper though it had directions. I was not used to using a damp sponge for makeup. I still have the original container of my first one as I still set my new ones which are a tad smaller (maybe they have a large size...med size and I know they have little ones as I have those)...anyway the container was made to dry the sponge in after cleaned.
I never saw these brushes till I came to Birch Box and I wondered why I saw them no where else. I started to get them before. I don't need more brushes I have a lot...some are well made, some okay...anything less than okay I have tossed. Yet these brushes are really nice and I am glad to have them. I figure for the most part I will go to them first and not be confused by my many other brushes. The bag is nice and roomy for beauty blenders or what else one may like as it has another pocket.
Cute embellishments....though I did not NEED, these do a great job and are designed to be able to get to the eye are with a shorter handle (yet not too short)...also a blush or powder brush...I think I will use it for blush. These aught to have been around flying off shelves, maybe it is that so many companies make their own brushes and rather sell those. Yet no one makes a Beauty Blender quite as good as the original. Some offer something similar, but they are not quite the same, must be a secret to those beauty blenders and so I figure to these brushes will make some awesome eye art. Fun the way it is put together it is inspiring at least to me.