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While you’re waiting for the last season of Game of Thrones, you may as well do something productive. Like practicing your blending skills and trying new makeup looks! And what better way to do that than with your very own set of Game of Thrones makeup brushes?

The set includes eight incredibly detailed brushes featuring sigils and house words on their metal handles. This explains why these brushes are much heavier than your average makeup applicator. But that doesn’t mean they’re any harder to use! If anything, the weight from the decorative handle actually makes the application process easier. And no, the brushes don’t leave imprints or stray hairs in my palettes either.

The set comes with a foundation brush, a concealer brush, a blush brush, two angled brushes, an eyeshadow sponge, a contour brush and a blending brush.

game of thrones makeup brushes Photo by Marisa Losciale

The bristles are super soft and glide across my skin without poking or scratching it, unlike some of the brushes you can buy at the drugstore. Additionally, since the bristles are made from nylon, they’re cruelty-free and vegan! So you won’t have to feel guilty while you get yourself all glammed up.

The Game of Thrones makeup brushes come in three finishes: bronze, rose gold and silver. The set includes a convenient, velvety travel case that’s embroidered with the titular GoT font. So you’ll have a place to store them should you choose not to show them off on your vanity.

The brushes are available through The Apollo Box for just $29.98.

Buy them here


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Marisa Losciale

Marisa Losciale

Marisa Losciale specializes in NSFW culture, audio gear, and photography. A former editorial and photo director for Spoon University at SUNY New Paltz, her work has been featured in the Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies, Post-Trash, the New Paltz Oracle, and the Legislative Gazette.