Tag: Foundation Brush

No7 Foundation Brush Review and Photos

I am sure that we all love great quality and affordable price! So if you do  and you need a good foundation brush you should really check out the No7 Foundation Brush.

I’ve been told so many good things about this brush, besides Lisa Eldridge herself  (creative Director of No7) told me that it’s a great one.  So I was happy to get mine finally. I got mine at Boots for £12.

It’s a super soft synthetic brush which allows you to get the right amount of foundation. It doesn’t soak all the product as some other brushes may do and it doesn’t leave  any brush marks on your face. Moreover, it doesn’t

New Beauty Tool Experts by Max Factor

Here is the detailed information about Max Factor’s brush collection.

Max Factor Tool Expert collection includes six luxurious capra hair makeup brushes, eye lash curlers and eyebrow groomer, alongside precision tweezers and nail clippers and is completed with a luxury crystal nail file. Brushes are made of finest soft capra hair and  are used for flawless application of liquid and powder makeup.

Manufacturers Original Additions recommends for all brushes: washing the bristles in warm, soapy water. Squeeze out any excess water and allow to dry naturally.

Makeup artist top tip- ‘Use a quality shampoo and conditioner as the brush is made out of real hair- treat the brush like real hair. I would recommend washing all brushes every couple of weeks.’

Face Brushes

Foundation Brush £10.00

Max Factor makeup artist Caroline Barnes advises, ‘Drop a small amount of your foundation on the back on your hand to create ‘palette’ from which you to dab your brush and mix your foundation. Blend your foundation onto your cheeks, forehead, nose, and chin, even your eyelids, starting from the nose and working outwards.

Blusher Brush £11.00

Top makeup artist tip: Before applying blusher make sure that you remove any excess colour on your blusher brush. Sweep the blusher across the cheek bones making sure that the blusher extends no further than the centre of the eye and no lower than the base of your ears.

Powder Brush £14.00

Caroline advises, ‘Gently brush the pressed or loose powder all over the face and neck to achieve a natural and light application. When you use a powder brush, the bigger the brush will allow a lighter application of powder to your skin. This is why this brush is perfect for translucent powder in order to set your make up in a very natural way. The Same rule applies when applying bronzer as the effect needs to be soft and gentle.’

Lip Brush £6.00

Essential makeup artist tip: Coat lip brush with lipstick and stoke onto lips, blending into any lip liner. For longer lasting colour blot lips and apply a second coat of lipstick. After use make sure that you remove any excess colour on your lip brush.

Brushes for Eyes

Eye shadow Brush £6.00

For advanced application Caroline states, ‘Before applying eye shadow make sure that you remove any excess colour on your eye shadow brush. Apply colour to eyelids in desired way and gently blend. When using an eye shadow brush first dab the colour onto your eyelid using the brush, this helps the colour sit well on the eyelids then use the tip of the eye shadow brush to blend up into the socket.’

Eye Definer Brush £6.00

For accurate application Caroline recommends, ‘Dampen brush and

Lancome Deluxe Brushes Set. Review and Photos

In November I wrote about my order from Chanel and Lancome and I already made a review about my Chanel set so now it’s time to review Lancome Deluxe  Brush Set ($59). It includes 5 brushes in a makeup bag which you can see on the photo:

What is written about the brushes:

Inside:

If you are wondering why you can see only 4 brushes on the photo you should know that I am thinking about the same. One brush was lost on  it’s long way to mama so I’ve got only 4.  But what about the rest of the brushes? Here is the photo and my review