Storybook Cosmetics has given us a peek at the Secret Garden makeup brushes

Mia Steiber 24 August 2017 NEWS

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These stunning Secret Garden makeup brushes have real flowers in their handles!

Today Storybook Cosmetics announced that the Secret Garden makeup brushes that have been in the works for a while now are finally done, and we got a sneak preview of the finished product on Instagram today.

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The stunning brushes have clear handles with tiny, delicate, real flowers that have been placed inside and arranged by hand. There are five different brushes, each with different coloured flowers inside and they're just too pretty for words. They look exactly like something out of a fairy tale!

Just like the Kailijumei flower lipsticks that went viral last year, if you want these brushes, you'll need to get in quick. According to Storybook Cosmetics, "it took a while to pick the perfect flower combinations, especially because these are REAL flowers, so they are seasonal. It's highly likely that the next batch we make will have different flowers inside."

So you'll need to pick them up ASAP if you want one of the first batches. The next lot could look completely different.

The first lot of brushes are set to go on sale next week, so keep checking the Storybook Cosmetics website for sale information or you might miss out. We'll keep you updated as more information becomes available.

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