GO GREEN and BE VEGAN: Makeup Brush Heaven with EcoTools

By: Stephanie Kornblum, guest blogger

How long do you spend walking through Sephora looking at all of their pretty makeup brushes?

I have done it many times before, and yes I’m sure I will do it again.

My problem is, there are so many that I don’t know which to choose and the fact that they seem extremely pricey.

Well, I am officially done with overpriced (and now seemingly wasteful) makeup brushes.

I tried out the Recycled Retractable Foundation Brush and the Bamboo Finishing Kabuki Brush from EcoTools and I am hooked.

The Recycled Retractable Foundation Brush, $6.99, was literally the best foundation brush I have ever used (and I’ve tried many).

I used it to apply my Revlon ColorStay foundation and the liquid blended seamlessly against my skin. The brush is angled perfectly to hit every angle of the face as well.

Since it is retractable I will definitely be bringing it around with me in my makeup bag.

The Bamboo Finishing Kabuki Brush, $7.99, is another wonder. It can be easily compared to the MAC 187 but with a much lower price.

The smooth, gentle bristles are perfect for using powder, blush, and bronzer and it actually feels amazing apply makeup on your skin.

Both brushes also come with reusable storage pouches to keep them in tip top shape!

The 100% cruelty-free talon bristles that EcoTools use have an incredibly soft feel against your face.

Talon is a form of polyester that doesn’t have any protein or allergen elements and therefore used as a vegan alternative to animal hair brushes.

These brushes are truly a high-quality penny saver.

So, I highly recommend EcoTools to you, they’re products of great quality and you can feel good about the planet using them.

Not to mention they are doing a collaboration with super AH-mazing Alicia Silverstone of Cher Horowitz fame.

Is an eco-friendly makeup brush something you’d use or would you rather go for a brush from a MAC or Sephora professionals line?


Stephanie Kornblum an aspiring fashion entrepreneur who currently studies Fashion Marketing and Merchandising at Parsons the New School for Design. She is interested in fashion and beauty editing, PR, Twitter (@stephkornblum), baking delicious cookies, and rap music.

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