Marionnaud Premium Brush Collection


Hellos! Today I wanted to share my recent Marionnaud Premium Brushes haul. I did not intend to get these at all but since Marionnaud Brushes are the only available brushes on our nearby Watson’s; I have no other options but to get them. The reason why I have to get this set is because I lost my entire Virginia Wilson Brush set while travelling to my friend’s house and I urgently needed a brush set since we will be doing a makeover~

Here goes my review on the Marionnaud Premium Brushes:
1)      N5 Concealer Brush                                 Price: PHP  149 or $4
  • Synthetic fibers- especially designed for full coverage application of under eye area and soft touch up
  • The brush is great for undereye application but I would say it is too thin for spot concealing touch-ups 
2)      N8 Pointed Eyeshadow Brush                  Price: PHP 129 or $3
  • Made of natural goat hair – designed to contour, accent and shape precisely
  • The hairs is a bit short but so far it still makes eyeshadow application nice and easy ~
3)      N6 Eyeshadow Brush                  Price: PHP149 or $4
  • Made of natural goat hair- designed to contour, accent and shape
  • So far, this blending brush is ok as it does work pretty nice when blending the eyeshadows
4)      N38 Slanted Eyeline and Eyebrow brush                    Price: PHP 119 or $3
  • Made of synthetic fibers- helps shape perfect eyebrows
  • This is my favourite brush of all set as both ends functions well enough
5)      N11 Fan brush                       Price: PHP199 or $5
  • Made of raccoon bristle- for vivid cheek color application, or soft blending and dusting of excess loose powders
  • I have to say this is my least favourite as the hairs are so scratchy and flimsey! I purchase this planning to use it as contouring but sadly it doesn’t work at all >_< plus it shredded on my initial wash!
Overall Reviews of the Marionnaud Premium Collection Brush:
  • If I would rank this set, I would probably rate it as 7 out of 10 as they really need to improve the density (prevent constant shredding) and the texture of the hairs~
  • I’ve tried Marionnaud Blush and Kabuki brushes before and I was so disappointed because the hairs are super scratchy and it takes forever to dry >_<
  • However, there are three things I did find myself loving these brushes:
1)       The way the brushes are design- looking really sleek and high-end! Plus I love rubbery velvet brush handles (I can say it is water-proof!)
2)      The ferrule attached to the handle and brush head is super sturdy (the glue they use to attach is definitely way better than eco-tools and sigma!)
3)       The price range is considerably affordable compared to other locally available brushes (Charm, Suesh, Ellana etc)

I’ve been wanting to get my hands on Sonia Kashuk and Real Technique Brushes soon~ Any suggestion which brush I should get first from either brands?


Thanks for dropping by ^_~

21 comments:

  1. I am also using Marionnaud brushes! I have all except for the N8 Pointed Eyeshadow Brush! Which watson branch did you get those?

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    1. I bought these at watson's makati ;)

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  2. I'm also in love with Marionnaud brushes! They are my daily brushes actually :) Love your collection ^_^

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  3. I have few brushes from Marrionaud, too. :-)

    I am Jenniya

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  4. For its price, it seems to be pretty good! =) Too bad they're scratchy? :(
    I've heard some good things about Sonia Kashuk too...I want to try!

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    1. Yes the price is quite nice but too bad the hairs are so scratchy ;)

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  5. i have the N32 blush brush and i love it =) thanks for sharing your reviews about this brand im planning to buy one-by-one after my makeup ban, but luckily i won a set from ms rowena's blog anniversary.. =)

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    1. lucky you ^_~ you get win these brushes ^_~

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  6. I have better experience with their smaller brushes than the premium line. ^_^
    Random Beauty by Hollie

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    1. really? aww, I should have bought their non premium line =/

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  7. *Internet went crappy while I was publishing my comment*

    Take two! LOL

    I used to buy Marionnaud brushes when I was just starting my obsession with makeup. I was kind of a late bloomer. Hahaha!

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    1. lolz, my internet is crappy too -__- and I am also a late bloomer with in comes to makeup ^_^~

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  8. I'm not familiar with this brand - they look nice, but I can't stand brushes that shed!

    I have the Real Techniques brush set Core collection - they're really well made! And not expensive if you buy online (I got mine from iherb).

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    1. really? I am so going to get the Core collection! Thanks for sharing =)

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  9. Ooh I like N8 pointed eyeshadow brush, looks really cool!

    I don't know which set to suggest but I'll look forward to your review on them though :)

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  10. hello, May I know which bb cream are you currently use ? :D
    thank you

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    1. hello dear, I'm using the Hada Labo BB wich I have reviewed here: http://allaboutjyl.blogspot.sg/2012/08/hadalabo-air-bb-cream-review.html
      thanks for dropping by =)

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  11. Oh sweetie that brushes looks really georgeus.
    Many thanks for ths review.

    xoxo

    www.sakuranko.com

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  12. the brushes look so sleek! i agree though, adding more density will make alot of difference. great prices though, so affordable! :)

    I hope you're having a beautiful day ~ XO
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  13. I think you meant to say : Virginia Olsen not Virginia Wilson? :)
    Thanks for this review, I've been checking this out sa watsons, good thing nabasa ko muna.. I still prefer buying yung one by one na brushes nila, I love their brushes, I got their blush brush, lip brush and eyebrow brushes. I think its comparable to sigma :)

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    1. haha, lolz hindi ko din napansin! thanks for the correction ^_~

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