Wet N Wild Small Eyeshadow Brush Review

Awhile back I was shopping in Walgreens, and I came across some of the brushes from Wet n Wild's new makeup brush collection (I snapped about it, catch me on Snapchat: FlyFierceFab). They were ridiculously cheap (they were all between $0.99-$2.99) so I decided to buy the Small Eyeshadow Brush (Retail: $0.99) and test it out. 

All of the brushes in the collection are cruelty-free, gluten-free, and vegan. They also have an ergonomic handle for better control. The fibers on the brush are two toned (white and pink) synthetic polymax fibers, that mimic natural hair.

I decided that I wanted to try this brush with one of my Colourpop eyeshadows, since it would pick up the product without absorbing it (due to the synthetic fibers). Normally I just use my fingers, because my natural hair brushes tend to absorb the product too much. 

I really like using this Wet N Wild brush with my Colourpop eyeshadows, because I feel like it helps me deposit more of the color on my lid (than when I tried using them before with natural hair eyeshadow brushes), and it's less messy than using my fingers (because I can place the color exactly where I want it). 

The brush seems to be pretty well made (especially for a $0.99 brush), so let's see how long it lasts. The brush is also pretty easy to get clean, I just wash it with baby shampoo like the rest of my makeup brushes.

I might pick up a few more of the brushes from the line since they're inexpensive. I think they'd be a great gift for makeup beginners, or anybody looking for inexpensive makeup brushes to add to their collection. 

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