This is literally a find with a capital F! A few weeks ago, I scored big time. I took advantage of a mistake on the Target website on a Sunday afternoon. They mistakenly advertised a sale on a limited edition set of Sonia Kashuk makeup brushes, the Color Crazed Collection of 10 brushes.
The Color Crazed Collection was priced at $37.99, but for some reason, it showed up on their website for $1 as a clearance item. Somehow I found out about it. I tried to order it online to pick up in a local store, but the order wouldn’t go through. I called the closest Target store, and they had the set in stock but said it was priced at $38. I called another Target store in the area, and they too had the set in stock. I asked to speak to the department manager who was very nice. She too said it was priced at $38. I told her I would email her a screenshot of website with the $1 price. She agreed to honor the sale price. It may have been a mistake, but I appreciate the fact that the manager didn’t give me the run around. I’ve had so many not-so-great situations with Target and limited editions that this helped make up for those bad customer experiences.
About a year ago, I bought the purple anniversary collection of Sonia Kashuk makeup brushes, and I have had very good luck with them. They’re soft enough. No shedding whatsoever. They look like they did on the day I bought them. For the modest price point, I think they’re good brushes. I’m hoping I’ll have as good luck with this set.
The new Color Crazed Collection is smaller, 10 brushes instead of about 14, I think. Unfortunately, there is no slant kabuki brush which is my brush of choice for applying liquid foundation. Oh well. For $1, I have no complaints.
Each brush has synthetic bristles with a gold ferrule and a navy blue heavy plastic handle. They feel substantial. I like the teal brush color, and importantly, I can really use these extra brushes in my stash.
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