Not only are these brushes really affordable at £56.95, averaging at around £8 per brush, they are really good for blending and you aren’t left with excess hairs on your face. The kit also comes with both, natural hair and synthetic taklon bristles, so it can be used with cream and powder based products. My favourite brush from the set is the Silk Finish Brush, I use it for blending both my foundation and concealer and it gives a really nice, even finish. I also love the Face Shape Brush which is perfect for contouring and the angled Sheer Cheek Brush works really well with applying blusher and bronzer.
Plus- they look so pretty on your dressing table, how can you say no!?
Quite a few of you have probably started back at university so I’ve decided to talk you through a makeup look perfect for a lecture. If you’re anything like me a 9 o’clock start is such a killer, especially if you’ve been out late the night before, so the longer you can stay in bed, the better. I tend to wear minimal makeup in the day, mainly because I don’t have the time to spend in the morning, but I do try to make it look like I have made some effort with this quick and simple makeup routine.
I’ve seen quite a few posts about makeup people use on a daily basis and seeing as I love reading them, I thought I would do my own. I own lots of different makeup brands that I like to use certain items from. Every once in a while I mix things up a bit as I get bored of certain products and like to try out new ones. In the summer I like to go for a natural look using a browny/gold palette on my eyes and a nude lipstick.