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?