As you can probably tell, throughout the holidays I am trying to get a post up on my blog everyday. This is for two reasons- one, I'm getting back on track with my blog again, and two, I have a lot more free time in the holidays as I don't have as much school work to do etc...
Anyway, today I thought I would talk about brushes, as this is something I don't believe I have previously mentioned on my blog. That said, makeup brushes form a vital part of my makeup routine, so it's only fair that I mention them- however the brushes that I'm mentioning today are not your normal Real Techniques or Zoeva brush posts. These brushes are ones that I have found at a much cheaper price than the more frequently mentioned ones, but at the same time they have still all been made to a high quality and still all get the job done!
1. Brushes Set- Jack Wills but bought from Boots- These were bought by my Mum for me as a Christmas present, and she believes that they were in the region of £15 to £20. Also, they came with a Jack Wills case, which I find very handy to put brushes in when I'm travelling, but I haven't included it in the above photos. The brushes themselves aren't the best in terms of softness, but they all still do the job, and are all still good value for money considering you get all three brushes and a case.
2. Blusher Brushes- Wilkinsons- I believe both of these brushes were around the £2 mark, which is a price that I believe to be seriously good for such brushes. They were packaged away when I bought them, with no testers out to see how they felt, so getting them was a bit of a gamble as I hadn't heard any reviews of them but for such a low price, I just went for it.
I turns out though, that these brushes are incredible!They are super duper soft (like so so so soft) and are great to just apply things like blusher and powder. Therefore, whenever I just need to buy a brush on the spur of the moment again, I will definitely be going for these beauties.
3. Foundation and Concealer Brush- Wilkinsons- I think that these were also around the £3, but the foundation brush may have been a bit more. Even so, I still believe that that is a great price for such products. Yes, they are basically just copies of Real Techniques brushes and yes, they might not be as good as Real Techniques brushes but in all honesty they still do they job...
They apply my makeup well, which is key in foundation and concealer brushes and they also wash well which is a definite positive point! As with the other brushes that I purchased from Wilkinsons, I will definitely be purchasing these brushes again!
So there are some of my opinions on the cheaper brushes out there- I hope I have at least shown some of you other options for brushes to buy when you don't have tons of money to spend.
Thank you for reading, and if you have any ideas of topics or products you want me to discuss feel free to email me or dm me via Twitter (all contact details are on my about page).
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