I love applying make up. I may not be the best at it, but I have my own order in which I do it and I just love the way it makes me feel. I don’t look too covered up and fake, just enough to cover my problem areas and enhance other areas. Everyone uses different tools, brushes, beauty blenders even there fingers to apply make up. I am fully for the way of the brush. And there are just so many fab brands out there now. For a purse friendly option I picked up this Make Up Revolution set last month for £12! Umm can you say bargain! They have a really shimmery rose gold detail and are super soft and fluffy. This is definitely a set that I would recommend as a starter set as it includes all your TOP TOOLS.
Foundation, Contour, Powder. I love this style of foundation brush, not like some which look a little like paint brushes, I like to use circular motions when applying my foundation. which helps create an even finish. The super soft contour brush is perfect for powder bronzers, as all you need is a gentle swoosh motion to bring out those cheekbones. I would point out that it takes a little more oomph when used with a cream/stick contour stick as the brush is super soft. I always like to set my face with some powder and this big fluffy brush does just the trick.
Eyeshadows and Eyebrows. These 2 eyeshadow brushes are the perfect starting point for anyone who wants to master some kick ass blending and smokey eyes. The small short brush enable you to fully cover the lid of your eyes ensuring they are completely covered in your base shade. The fluffy brush is quite compact yet will blend out your crease colour with ease. I use an eye brow pencil for my brows, but the angled brow brush is also good to use to create the illusion of a cat eye/eyeliner with a darker eyeshadow. You can also use this to add a little highlighter to the inner corner of your eyes.
I really love Make Up Revolution products, they are reasonably priced and are great addition to any growing make up collection. The fact that they now do brushes and tools is a fab bonus. Do you have any favourite make up brushes that are kinda understand and need to known about?