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Makeup Revolution Brush Review

In today's beauty review, I share a new kind of makeup brush with you from Makeup Revolution. Have you seen this new brush shape on the market? They look like fancy toothbrushes. You can find them for everything from your foundation, to blush to eyeshadow. In today's review, I try out Makeup Revolution's eye shadow brushes.

It does take a little time to get used to the new shape. You can hold them horizontally or vertically, but once you get the hang of them, these brushes deliver the precision application that they promise.

The eyeshadow I use in the video is the Kate Tokyo palette in shade BR3 (from my Japan Drugstore Haul).

Check out my video today where I demonstrate the brushes for you.

Each individual brush: the oval eye, the eyeliner and the round blending brush are $8 each. Or the set of all three is $22.

For more on Makeup Revolution, visit makeuprevolutionusa.com

For comparable toothbrush makeup sets, check out the following highly rated sets from Amazon. You can see that this new brush shape is gaining popularity!

Nora's Brushes Oval Toothbrush Makeup Set

and the Yoseng Oval Makeup Brush set


The Seattle Public Library says Lessons from Madame Chic is a life-changing book and lists other inspiring books in the genre in their article called, Becoming Madame Chic.

Check out this viral article, School wants parents to take responsibility, now their poster is spreading like wildfire, that discusses how raising children right starts at home.

This is a great article that I'm sure you will enjoy: I'm a Parisian woman, here's what I actually eat in a day. I noted many similarities to my eating experience in Paris.

My blogging friend, Kristi Belcamino, has re-released her book, La Bella Figura, on Amazon. Kristi has Italian heritage and shares her European-inspired wisdom on how to live a beautiful life in her lovely book.

Kristi was one of the first bloggers to feature my book, Lessons from Madame Chic on her blog, and for that I am forever grateful!

Comment of the week
Emily M writes:
Hi Jennifer! I had a fun '10-Item Wardrobe' moment yesterday, and thought you'd enjoy hearing about it. I was with my neighbor and her 12-year-old daughter, and my neighbor commented on how nice I looked and asked if I was going somewhere. I explained that I only own about 15 items of clothing, and I chose for them to be nice. Her daughter exclaimed "Well, that's ingenious!".

Hi Emily, I love it! Thank you for sharing that moment with us. People can't believe their ears when they first hear about the ten-item wardrobe and all of its benefits. I hope your neighbor becomes curious enough to try it!

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Glenda Moore said...

Hi Jennifer,
I follow your blog & youtube channel, have all your books, and recommend all these to others constantly. Thank you for your work here.

I also follow a blog written by a mid-western prof, Classic Style: Average Guys' Guide to Style, where he encourages men to always look presentable. This is one of his short posts (http://averageguysguidetostyle.blogspot.com/2016/04/its-db-monday.html)

"So, one of my male students asked at the end of class today, "How come you always dress up?" as he packed his notebook and laptop into his backpack while still sitting in the front row of seats. I replied, "To celebrate being alive," something apparently once said by the great Gay Talese in response to a similar question about his approach to daily attire. I've been waiting a long time to pull that line out of my hat and use it."

I have thought of this often since he published it, and thought you would appreciate it, too.

The Daily Connoisseur said...

Hi Glenda,

What a fabulous quote! Thank you for sharing that with me! I'll look at his blog too..

Best wishes,


Deb said...

These brushes are intriguing. I think I'll give them a try when my current ones expire.

I want to thank you for your helpful tips on having a house cleaning schedule. It has really helped me to have a clean house AND a life! In fact it's no big deal if people drop by unexpectedly now as the place always looks respectable :)

Unknown said...

I have a similar set of makeup brushes that I've had for a few months now. I love them. The foundation brush makes your skin look like velvet!