Yes, it works GREAT, but it only has the basics or main brushes but to start i believe its good !!!
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
Great set to start out with. Very easy to use and very soft.
Probably yes since you would be using it for a plethora of customers these would cut the up keep greatly. They are easy to clean and dry quickly. Come with all the basics!
answered 4 years ago
I am a cosmetologist and I do bridal parties, proms, adn pagant girls a lot! I am going to purchase this set becuase I don't do a lot of people. If you are going to have a large customer base I would splurge on the big set. It is aloways better to have more tools in my opinion. There are so many different eye shapes and lips shapes it would be better to have a professional set. If you have a small group of folks you could use this, but I would get the bigger one if I were you!
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
no, i don't think this set is sufficient enough for professional use. it's very basic and more for starting out for personal use or a travel set. the handles are too short and i would imagine it be hard to use on someone else. agree with other reviews on this product that the largest brush is not the best. The size/shape/sythetic hair combination does not work for this particular brush.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
I am a professional Make-up Artist (I've worked with commercial photographers for print media/billboard ads etc) I tried this set out on myself before gifting one for my little Goddaughter as her first (quality) brush set. I don't use this for on the job. I prefer to use Bobbi Brown, Aveda and few other random/mixed brand name brushes. Two toned brushes have a different density and pick up color differently. Sometimes you have to spend more time swirling the brush in the color to pick it up, which really, doesn't seem like a big deal, but when you have to do 50 brides for a bridal catalog photo shoot and only 6-7 hrs to do it, then those extra seconds you have to spend can add up and take away your efficiency. But if you are starting out, then yeah, just go for it. I would suggested building your brush set slowly, finding out what you like. Buy one new brush every paycheck until you have a collection you are happy with. As you do that, you will find what works for you and what doesn't. Don't buy an expensive set right right off the back, chances are, you wont use/like every single brush in that set. Build your set slowly. But at the end of the day, good brushes vs bad brushes make all the difference in the world.
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answered 4 years, 6 months ago