It wasn't until a couple of years ago that I discovered a good set of make up brushes are essential when creating a flawless make up look. High quality brushes at a low price are hard to come by these days and with the likes of Real Techniques dominating the high street,as well as my make up collection, I am always on the look out for new make up brush brands. Cue The Vintage Cosmetic Company, a brand that I have been eyeing up in Boots for a long while, not only for it's vintage design and low prices, but for it's recognition on blogs.
Rose Gold Eyelash Curlers* | £8.50 | Link | A girl can't have too many rose gold items right? These limited edition curlers caught my eye, not only because of the colour, but as I've been on the search for a cheaper version of the Shu Uemura eyelash curlers these seemed like the perfect price. Even though eyelash curlers aren't exactly an exciting addition to your collection they do make a massive difference to your lashes. The only downfall to these are that they don't come with replacement cushion pad.
Powder Brush* | £16 | Link | As a serial buyer of duo fibre brushes, I have tried a fair few, but this remains in my top three. It applies powder effortlessly, whilst allowing you to control the amount your apply. Initially I wanted to use this brush with foundation, but as the bristles aren't dense enough this brush remains only to be used as a powder brush for the time being. Perfect for achieving a flawless base and now a must have in my make up bag.
Fantail Brush* | £12 | Link | I have always been intrigued by fantail brushes, but when it came down to it, I'd rather buy a new buffing brush compared to a brush that I didn't really know what it'd be used for. After using this in a variety of ways, I found that it is most useful for lightly picking up powders and removing any eye shadow fall out, however I wouldn't go out of my way to purchase one of these again.
What are your favourite high street brushes?
You should try the fantail brush for highlighting as that is what I use mine for and its really great! I have the powder brush and I have been using it for foundation and loving it!ReplyDelete
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These all sound lovely, especially the powder brush. I recommend using the fan brush with your highlight, it picks up just enough to add enough of a glow to your skin!ReplyDelete
Love the eyelash curlers might have to invest!!ReplyDelete
Such pretty brushes! I would get them just for show haha!ReplyDelete
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The brushes look very pretty and sound very good as well! xx Lovely postReplyDelete
These brushes look fantastic, I have been loving the fan brush from RT so definitely want to give others a try now. I love how affordable these are also xReplyDelete
Beauty with charm
these brushes looks really soft (:ReplyDelete
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Beautiful blog! Love everything about it!ReplyDelete
This brushes are so pretty! They'd look amazing on a dresser but they're too pretty for me to use! Ha.ReplyDelete
I really do need some new eyelash curlers, I definitely will be trying these ones!ReplyDelete
Jodie xo // JodieLoue
Ah they've hit the jackpot with those eyelash curlers - they aren't the most exciting item to have but the fact that they're rose gold?? A great way to stand out from the rest! xReplyDelete
These all look so pretty, it's nice when brushes and 'useful' tools can still look nice! Those rose gold eyelash curlers are an absolute dream :)ReplyDelete
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The photos and the brushes are just, wow!ReplyDelete
That fan brush looks lovely!ReplyDelete
G.J - A Personal Style, Beauty & Lifestyle blog.
That fan brush looks beautiful to apply highlighter :)ReplyDelete
The Stylish Confessions | Fashion & Beauty blog
I really need to invest in some good brushes--I've seriously been lazing and sticking to the ones I have now. It really makes a difference, and that fanbrush looks amazing!ReplyDelete
These brushes look so pretty and soft. xReplyDelete
Jana // Life of Jana
These brushes look so pretty! I agree you can definitely never have too many rose gold items! I used to love my eyelash curlers but I haven't used them in such a long time, these look really nice though! I've always been intrigued by fantail brushes too, though i'm still not entirely sure what i'd use them for, they just look really pretty haha! :)ReplyDelete
Love Amylou x
These are so so so so pretty!ReplyDelete
I've never heard of this brand before but definitely eager to give these brushes a try! Great prices and they sound fab! I only have my core collection by RT so it would be great to have some back ups xReplyDelete
Never heard of this brand but the powder brush looks so amazing! Going to hopefully give these a try :)ReplyDelete
I've always wondered about these brushes when I saw them, and they do sound lovely. Saying that, I think I have way too many brushes at the moment!ReplyDelete
Mascara & Maltesers
Thanks for sending your link over at #bbloggers I just followed via BL :)ReplyDelete
Your blog is SO beautiful and these brushes look gorgeous
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I love the look of white brushes and rose gold anything!! But those brushes are a little too expensive for me sadly! ):ReplyDelete
Running White Horses | Fashion + Travel
Those brushes sound so nice xxReplyDelete