My Makeup Brush Collection : Hits and Misses19:00
[Top to Bottom: Real Techniques Stippling Brush, ELF Powder Brush, Autograph Powder Brush, Natural Beauty Eyeshadow Brush(TKMaxx), MAC 217, Opia (Primark) Kabuki Brush]
Today I thought that I'd share my makeup brush collection with you and show you in more detail my favourites and the brushes that get neglected.
This set me back a bargainous £1.50 from Primark and has lasted me well over a year with very minimal shedding. If I could only have one makeup brush it would possibly be this one. It blends blusher, bronzer, even eyeshadow and also buffs in powder. Such a versatile and incredibly soft brush at a bargain price.
This MAC 217 is much pricier than the previously mentioned brush, around £17, however I do see brushes as an investment and that this has served its price. It tend to use this to apply eyeshadow all over my
lid but also for blending shadows too.
I believe that this brush retails for £8.50 from M&S. Although this retails as a powder brush I use this less so for that and more for blush/bronzer. Unfortunately this does shed, but I forgive it for that for its great ability to apply highlight/bronzer/blusher.
This brush I have owned for 18 months now and has only just started shedding. I love this as,again, it is extremely versatile - I can use this for my foundation, concealer, blusher - the list goes on. Its affordable, it hardly takes any time to apply foundation and is just a great face brush.
I love this Real Techniques Stippling brush for similar reasons to the elf powder brush, however this is less dense and I am able to use this for cream blush and highlight which I can't with my elf powder brush. An added bonus - this hasn't yet shed!
These two brushes ( Outdoor Girl Eyeshadow Brush and ELF Fan Brush) are two brushes which are pants. They are scratchy, shed and don't apply makeup well. Ones to leave alone.
I hope you enjoyed this post, please let me know of your favourite makeup brushes and the ones you regret buying!