The type of brush and the brand of brush you use can sometimes make or break your make up. Brushes that are too dense can make your makeup go on too thick and cause it to cake. Brushes that are not well made can cause brush strokes to be visible on the skin when trying to blend out your foundation into that perfect base. My favourite brands for good quality brushes is Real Techniques, EcoTools and So Eco and recently I was lucky enough to have two new brushes added to my So Eco brush collection and so I thought I would share them with you.
The first of the brushes is the So Eco Stippling Brush. This is a dual fibre brush, which means some of the bristles of the brush are short and some of them are long. This stops the brush from picking up to much product and so it makes it great for applying highlighter and bronzer to the skin.
All of So Eco brushes are 100% recyclable and eco-friendly. Plus they’re cruelty free. Which makes the bristles super soft and of a high quality, so you definitely don’t get any brush strokes with these brushes. The handle of these brushes is made of actual wood, so no synthetic or look-alikes but actual wood, so they of course have that high-end feel to them even though they’re super affordable.
The second brush that I own is their Multi-Tasking Brush which is a big, wide fluffy brush that looks perfect for the application of powder foundation, regular powder and blusher.
These brushes also wash beautifully without shedding or losing their softness. I wash my brushes with the Primark/Pennys makeup soap in case anyone was wondering. These definitely are some of the best affordable brushes on the market and I totally think everyone should have a few in their collection.
-Talk Soon xx
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