Sunday, 4 December 2016

Amazing Budget Oval Brushes from Makeup Revolution

makeup revloution oval brushes

makeup revloution oval brushes

makeup revloution oval brushes

makeup revloution oval brushes
Ever since I got my head around this new brush design, I new I wanted some. Let's face it, makeup brushes have had the same standard 'paint brush' design since, well forever, and it was about time something new came on the market. Makeup sponges of all shapes and colours have done the rounds but brushes still have my heart. I do love a luxury beauty splurge, but spending just under £50 for a single brush when I'm not 100% sure on the concept is too much of a risk for me. So when I saw Makeup Revolution had brought out a similar range, well I just had to test them out.

For half the price of a single Artis brush, I snapped up the Round Blending Eye Brush, the Flat Eye Brush and the Large Oval Face Brush.  With a rose gold finish and the softest bristles I have ever used, these brushes are amazing. Best used with powder products, I use the face brush to apply my powder,  helping to set my makeup and give my base an airbrushed look in record time. At just £5 each, the eye brushes are a complete steal! Now, I must admit I'm not great at precise eye looks, but, thanks to the angle of the handle, these brushes make it super easy and completely effortless. Perfect for powder and cream products, I've already put an order in for the eyeliner brush so I can finally get  the winged eye liner from my dreams. What I was most surprised about was how quickly I got used to this new style of brush. As soon as I picked it up, it felt completely natural and wasn't awkward at all. Oh and cleaning? The come up just a soft with a tiny drop of baby shampoo. Complete dream brushes.

Have you tried oval brushes? 

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