Here you can see the four brushes that came in the set, (left to right) round head brush, tapered head brush, flat head brush, flat angled head brush.
These brushes are actually very good quality and haven't yet started to shed and I've been trying to use them most days so that I could really see what the quality was like. I have mainly been using the round head brush and the tapered head brush. I've been using the more, round headed brush to apply concealer to any blemishes around the face instead of my usual ELF Flawless Concealer Brush which is very similar to this brush, however is slightly bigger, and is also a bargain at only £3.50! I have been using the tapered brush to apply concealer underneath my eyes where I would usually just use my fingers but the concealer that I am using atm doesn't seem to blend that well unless apply with a brush. As for the other two, I haven't found much use for them but I do think that the angled brush would work really well for concealing or applying a cream highlighter along the brow bone. Even though I have only really used two of these brushes it's still well worth investing in this set as it is so affordable and still can't believe how good these brushes are for the price!
I couldn't recommend these brushes more and think they would be great for both beginners and for people who know a thing or two about makeup! The price is amazing at £2.55 and they definitely don't look as if they've been bought from Ebay, they have a full size brush handle which I thought was very useful and haven't began t shed as of yet!