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What Influensters Really Think About Those Viral Holographic Makeup Brushes from Walmart

What Influensters Really Think About Those Viral Holographic Makeup Brushes from Walmart

Holographic beauty FTW.

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Update: A few weeks ago we introduced you to the Royal & Langnickel MODA Prismatic Face Perfecting Kit sold at Walmart, and the concept took no time at all to go viral. Those who lust over their doppelganger, Artis brushes, were quick to test the set and start reviewing. So we had to know–how well do they actually perform? Does it live up to its prestige competition? Could brushes so gorgeous and affordable really meet expectations all around? We turned to trusty Influenster reviews to learn more. With a ranking of 4.6 stars, we knew we hit the jackpot. 

MODA Prismatic Brushes
MODA Prismatic
Moda brushes

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Judging by reviews, these brushes seem to be well worth the hype. If you're in the market for holographic beauty that won't break the bank, head over to Walmart to buy them for $24.99! In the meantime, be sure to review these brushes on Influenster if you've ever tried them! Bonus points if you upload a selfie of your makeup after you've used them! 

This story was originally published on January 18, 2017

Because we know you freaked out over mermaid beauty, you'll be pleased to hear holographic brushes are happening in the very near future, and they're such a good deal. Here's what you need to know about the mesmerizing Royal & Langnickel Moda Prismatic Pro Makeup Brushes.

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Aside from its gorgeous packaging, we can't get over how reasonable the pricing is on this thing. The four-piece Face Perfecting Kit is only $24.99, which makes that around $6 per brush! The largest brush in the set is a three-inch oval ideal for buffing out liquid or cream foundation. Then there's a two-inch oval-shaped brush for blending together bronzer, highlighters, and blush. And if contouring is your specialty, you'll love the one-inch oval for serious precision. And last, but not least, the smallest brush of the set helps cover up imperfections with concealer.  

This collection comes to Walmart in February, will you be trying it? Tell us in the comments below if these brushes are of interest to you!

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