Hi lovelies! Recently, I was offered the opportunity to try out a Makeup Brush set from GlowBeauty.com and I thought it'd be great to share with you guys, as if you're anything like me, you love a bargain and these brushes are definitely perfect for those on a budget! I chose this set of 12 Brushes, which are just £7.99 on the site, which for 12 brushes in a gorgeous brush case like this, is a pretty great deal, but how well do they actually work?
I chose this set because I really needed some new concealer brushes and smaller brushes for things like lips and brows, which this set is absolutely perfect for. If you're looking for fluffy eyeshadow blending brushes, this may not be the set for you, as all the smaller brushes are quite flat and dense, making them fab for packing shadow on, applying concealer, lipstick or brow products, but not so much for blending, so it's good to keep that in mind if you're considering picking up this set. I absolutely love the smaller flat brushes for applying concealer under my eyes and around areas like the lips where you want to be a bit more precise.
The bigger brushes are very soft and very fluffy, they're not too dense, which I actually really like for applying things like blusher, bronzer and highlight, when I don't want the colour to go on too heavy. Products like bronzer are very easy to go overboard on, so the big fluffy brush at the end of this set is absolutely perfect for easily getting a natural sun kissed look without the risk of using too much product. The foundation brush is great, I don't usually go for a flat foundation brush, but I did give this a go and I actually really liked how my foundation went on. It doesn't buff it into the skin, so it gives quite a heavy coverage, flawless look, which I don't do day to day, but it's fab for a night out.
The brushes themselves are lovely quality, particularly for the price, they're super soft and so far I've not experienced any shedding, which really bugs me with brushes, there's nothing worse than a brush hair in your concealer! As I said, this set in particular is perfect for concealer, brows, lipstick, blush, bronzing and highlighting. If you like a flat foundation brush, it's fab for foundation too!
Overall, if you're just getting into makeup and want a good, inexpensive brush set to start out with, or you're a little more experienced and just want a few extra brushes without having to part with too much cash, these are absolutely perfect.
Glow Beauty Shop have a huge range of brushes and other products at wholesale prices, so again, if you're on the lookout for inexpensive products, it's definitely worth a look!
Do you have a favourite destination for inexpensive beauty products? If you know of any discount beauty websites I'd love to hear about them!