Rather than make the post overwhelming by commenting on each brush, I will simply name the brushes pictured and provide links to previous reviews where possible. Hopefully it will help me identify any brushes that I haven't reviewed yet. Also, if there are any which you would like me to discuss in more detail or compare you can put a request in the comments.
Previously I had my brushes split between the handmade brush roll I bought from asoftblackstar's Etsy Store and a glass vase. The brushes in the vase were often neglected and I was fed up of having to clean them because they had collected dust. I bought this Stilazzi mesh bag from Cocktail Cosmetics (as modelled by my furry helper) to store the brushes from the vase in order to keep them clean and tidy, and also to allow me to store them in the plastic drawer unit I keep my makeup in. I have the STZ-027M mesh bag and it fits my brushes perfectly but the bags are available in a variety of sizes.
The brushes in the picture above all fit in the Stilazzi bag. The Rouge Bunny Rouge Contour and Blusher brushes don't normally live in there as I keep these loose in my drawers with my face products. I managed to miss a couple of other brushes as they are also slotted into my storage drawers or hidden in makeup bags such as my Le Metier Concealer Brush and my short handled MAC 213 Fluffy Brush. Otherwise this is better much a complete collection.
Left to right: Essence Blusher brush, Sigma F25, MAC 187 duo fibre, MAC 188 small duo fibre, Hakuhodo B214BkSL Highlighter and The London Brush Co. #12 brush.
Left to right: 2 x MAC 168 Contour brush, MAC 129 SH, discontinued Ruby + Millie Blusher brush, Rouge Bunny Rouge Blusher brush 012 Face Contour brush, Rouge Bunny Rouge Blusher brush, Illamasqua Blusher brush1, MAC 109 Contour brush, MAC 165, RMK Cheek brush and Hakuhodo Medium Pointed Yachiyo.
Left to right: adesign Angled Concealer Brush, GOSH Professional Face Brush, Hakuhodo G5552 4mm Powder & Liquid round/angled brush, adesign Flat Topped Foundation Brush, Le Metier Angled Foundation, Max Factor Foundation Brush, adesign Cream Cheek Brush and MAC 242 SE brush.
Left to right: The Body Shop Shadow brush, 2 x MAC 239, Hakuhodo Kokutan ML, Hakuhodo K024, Rouge Bunny Rouge Blusher brush Large Shader 003, The London Brush Co. Shadow Blender, Japoneque Fluff Brush, The London Brush Co. #14 and Cozzette D225.
Left to right: GOSH Smudger brush, MAC 266 Angled Brush (brow), The Body Shop Angled Eyeshadow Brush, KIM E131 Angled Eyeliner, MAC 210 Eyeliner Brush, Louise Young Eyeliner Brush, The London Brush Co. #18 Small Blender, MAC 219 Pencil Brush, The London Brush Co. #17 Blender Brush and the Smashbox Definer.
Left to right: Hourglass Crease 04, MAC 217, Sigma E35, Rouge Bunny Rouge Blusher brush Crease 011, MAC 224, Japonesque Angled Eyeshadow and Sigma E40.
Top to bottom: MAC 226 Crease Brush, Louise Young LY38, Cozzette S175 and Cozzette D330.
LIP AND OTHER MISCELLANEOUS BRUSHES
Left to right: MAC 316 Lip Brush, KIM L311 Narrow Lip Brush, discontinued Ruby + Millie Angled Liner Brush, MAC 204 Lash Brush and adesign Short Handled Foundation Brush.
Listing everything and looking for links highlights the fact that I have a few reviews outstanding. I was certain that I had reviewing the Rouge Bunny Rouge Blusher brush before but it seems I was mistaken. Both the Hakuhodo B214BkSL and G5552 also warrant further mention.
I shall leave you will a picture of my furry friend enjoying the brushes (just before he started to eat them). Do let me know if there are any brushes which you would like to know more about.
Disclosure: The brushes shown here are a mixture of those bought by me and sent for review.