They are the softest/handiest brushes I have ever owned and you can’t go wrong with the brilliant price tag for the whole set! This set has to be my current favourite as it includes all the essentials and I prefer these brushes compared to the separate ones from Real Techniques such as the “kabuki brush” (Review Here) – I think this brush might have been my most un-liked brush ever haha!
The brushes are merely like a feather touching skin, they are so delicate and give such flawless coverage it gives a nice healthy air brushed look as they pack the right amount of product.
The Set Includes:
Detailer Brush: Used for concealing blemishes/redness, Lipstick for long lasting shape and definition. I use this brush for lipstick application it comes in handy for creating a nice natural soft lip especially if you have darker lipsticks that look really harsh straight from the tube.
Pointed Foundation Brush: Works best with liquid foundation/concealer to build custom coverage. I actually used this with my liquid foundations and feel it gives a streaky look this is maybe because the brush is very small and not the average liquid brush size so it only covers smaller areas. I would suggest using this for concealing only to get precision results!
Buffing Brush: Ideal for full coverage application of powder or mineral foundation. The pack states to just use this with powder foundation formulas so this put me off using it with my liquid foundations as I was unsure. After debating for awhile I finally cracked and used this brush and the results are so much better than the pointed brush as it gives an even air brushed look mainly because the brush is larger in size and it buffs the product perfectly into the skin to give a gorgeous application that looks ever so natural!
Contour Brush: Delicately applies highlighter to contour or create a sheer, soft focus finish. As described on the box this really does apply a nice soft delicate layer to the skin giving a nice natural finish! However, you can build the coverage especially if you like a deeper blush hue making it great for building colour but keeping it as natural as possible.
These brushes have saved a large amount of product for me as you don’t need much and the brush really blends the product to create a nice even layer.
Have you tried these yet and what are your thoughts?