These stands were full of amazing brushes so I had to invest. All of them were complete bargains mostly ranging from £3-£5 each which is amazing for natural haired brushes, at Mac your lucky if you pay less than £15 for an eyeshadow brush.
I ended up getting 5 brushes from a spanish brand, You Cosmetics which are the brushes on the left in black packaging. They are all made from Racoon, Squirrel or Pony hair so are amazingly soft.
And another 5 from an English brushmakers, Royal and Langnickel, most of these are natural too apart from the really cute mini Kabuki (babuki) which is synthetic.
I have had a few days to try these out and they are all amazing, so soft and amazing quality. The flat top Kabuki on the far left is great for buffing in my foundation, I used to use Mac's 183 but the handle was a little short making it hard to use. This one is a great Mac dupe (not sure of number), I nearly bought exactly the same one a few weeks ago for £35 but got this for a mere £4.50!
The next three after that are all dupes of Mac's 227, they can be used for highlight, blending and the black handled one for smudging.
The badger coloured one next to those is synthetic and I can use for cream shadows or applying primer to the lids.
The next one is a tapered blending brush similar to Mac's 224 but smaller, this is amazing, I don't have a lot of lid space so thinks works much better for me than any of Mac's tapered brushes.
After that is an angled shader brush which is super soft and great for the crease.
Then a small pointed detail brush follows which I've used for doing an outer and inner V shape on my eyelids. I'm so glad I got this one because I have nothing like it and it's great for adding smaller details.
The fat handled brush next has a flat top and is meant to be used for applying bronzer but I use it for powder or my Mineral Skinfinish Natural.
And last but not least is the cutest brush ever, I had to have this, it's called a Babuki and is an angled kabuki brush which is meant for contouring and bronzer. It's amazingly soft and great for covering small areas of the face.
I also ended up buying a brush roll, I don't have one because I always thought Mac's was pretty pricey at around £30 and I usually keep my brushes in pots. I got this one for £10 which is a bargain, now I can keep them organised when I travel.
Overall really happy with my brush haul, all are amazing quality, lovely and soft and were complete bargains. After using them for a few days I think I prefer them to my Mac brushes which can be a little rough on the skin.