Dollar Store Makeup Brushes: Wet n Wild

Anyone else always looking for fun new makeup/beauty products? I know for a fact I’m not alone. I’m always looking for new stuff no matter where I am. Marshall’s, the mall, Old Navy, the dollar store. You name it and I’ve looked there.

When I visited my local Dollar Tree last week I came across some Wet n Wild brushes and for $1 each I couldn’t pass them up. I looked online and most of them were only a $1 on the site with a couple of them being $2.99. I didn’t care that I wasn’t getting a great deal because I didn’t have to pay shipping and I could have them then and there. Totally worth it in my opinion.

There were a total of six brushes so I picked one of each. I got a contour brush, a smokey eyeliner brush, a large concealer brush, a large eyeshadow brush, an angled liner brush, and a large crease brush.

Here is a quick little review of these brushes after one use (a full video will come to our YouTube soon! @fourofakinddiaries).

Opening up the brushes you notice that they are all so soft, but they aren’t dense. The brushes also don’t have a lot of fraying to them and when I used them I didn’t have any of the brush left on my face. Which is a huge positive because even a few of my more expensive brushes sometimes shed on my face.

The brushes also weren’t streaky when I used them. The concealer brush blended my concealer ok, but I did have to use one of my other brushes to fully blend it into my foundation.

When it comes to the quality of the brushes, these definitely aren’t the highest quality but they do work in a pinch.

Are they worth their dollar price tag? Absolutely. I’ll definitely use these brushes alongside my other favorites.

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This is my favorite crease brush that is a lot more dense than the wet n wild one. 

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