Sunday, 26 October 2014

Top 3 Face Brushes...

We have been away from the blog for quite a while, which is all due to to starting university, new jobs which definitely makes life a whole lot busier but we're back with a new post so hope you enjoy it.

Now I'm sure a lot of you will agree that you can never own too many makeup brushes, even though you may own ten different brushes for the face alone, you just seem to want more! We simply believe the key to good makeup is the brushes, so they are definitely a necessity in this case. For todays post we thought we would narrow it down to just three brushes, (yes just three, I know) which was hard to pick but we somehow managed to sit down and decide on our all around favourite face brushes. So if you're on the lookout for a good brush to add to your collection, one of these just might make the cut.

Elizabeth arden cheek brush
Of all the brushes, this is definitely one of prettiest looking ones, so yes it will look very nice sitting on top of that vanity, however looks aside, lets move onto the more important side of things. I can honestly say this is probably the softest brush we own, this is perfect for applying blusher onto the cheeks as it always seems to distribute the right amount of product but most of the time I like to use it to powder all over my face as it is so soft and fluffy, which feels almost very comforting and soothing on the skin - I could pretty much sit their swirling this brush around my face simply because it is just so soft!

Real techniques buffing brush
How could we not include a real techniques brush to the ranks, it just wouldn't be possible. This is a very multi-tasking brush, the ones which do the 'base-cheeks-powder' type of brush. As you can probably tell from the foundation stains, we love to use this to apply our base as it gives such a lovely effortless finish. There really is no hassle with this brush, as its so easy to buff foundation on to the skin.

Sedona lace FB-03 brush
This brush is definitely the most unique looking of them all, with its tulip shape which we find to be perfect to achieve those perfectly sculpted cheekbones. I love contouring with this brush as the shape of the bristles just makes it so much easier, as it fits perfectly in the hollows of the cheeks to create a beautiful naturally contoured look.

So these are our top three face brushes all rounded up! Tell us what some of your favourite brushes are!

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