Lush Brushes

I constantly hear women say how hopeless they think they are at doing makeup
but if I ask them what they use to do it, they say “Cotton buds and fingertips”.
Well be prepared, I am going to say something that may shock you….
I can’t do an incredibly difficult and intricate contoured smokey eye and double winged eyeliner
with cotton buds or fingers either!!!
I know right!? Fire me.
So here is a list of a few of my MUST have brushes.
MAC 217
MAC 217
If you were only going to buy one brush to do your eye makeup with then this is the brush for you. You can literally drop this brush accidentally on your face somewhere and it will be blended perfectly. Great for contouring, smokey eyes, highlighting underneath the brow bone, and if your lucky it might even make you dinner.
The Essential Retractable Kabuki Brush by Mish Mash Makeup
The Essential Retractable Kabuki Brush by Mish Mash Makeup
So Mish Mash Makeup’s very affordable new Kabuki brush is a bit of an over-achiever to say the least, I mean where do I start? The retractable feature ensures it is both hygienic and mess free- perfect for the hand bag. It can be used with the sleeve fully retracted for a beautifully blended soft finish or you can push it up to compact the bristles for a heavier application. But wait theres more! Its bristles are not only incredibly soft but being synthetic means its 100% Vegan and cruelty free (winning!!).
Get your hands on one here
Angled Eyeliner Brush
Angled Eyeliner Brush
Now the secret with the angled brush is that you don’t need to spend a fortune on one.
Whether you spend $4 or $40 they are going to last around the same length of time.
I usually just go to the craft store and stock up on a few of cheapies. You can also grab some great lip brushes at the same time..
Team one of these bad boys with Mac Fluidline and you can take on the world.
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