I thought I would share with you one of my new Makeup Brush's today.
Take a peak -
Urban Decay Double Ended brush from the Naked Flushed Line.
What they say about this -
Our ultimate accoutrement for the Naked Basics palettes, this versatile brush is really two brushes in one! On one side: a shadow smudger brush. On the other: a shadow blender brush. Apply shadow all over. Blend, smudge and line. This indispensable brush does it all.
The white-tipped bristles make it easy to see how much colour you’re picking up. (No more accidentally putting too much product on and having to remove it.)
Cost - £23.00
Available from Debenhams.com
As many of you may already have guessed, Urban Decay have become one of my most loved Brands and because I was getting those amazing brush's in the Naked Palettes and was rather impressed by them, this was one of the treats that had to be bought.
This amazing brush is for Contouring , sculpting and blush and in my opinion is a very handy brush to own.
The brush fibres are cruelty-free,vegan and made with a super soft synthetic derived from recycled materials but don't let yourself think that because the word recycled is in there that this is going to be a harsh brush with bristles that fall out .
This brush is so amazingly soft and the bristles of the brush are tightly secured int he sleek steel handle.
I cant believe how amazing this brush is , well ok, I can as I am falling more in love Urban Decay each time I get something new.
Even down to the packaging, its impressive, to e the packaging is a fantastic case for the brush if your anything like me and like to keep the boxes lol, I love how its sturdy enough to use after opening.
The shape of the brush makes it perfect for blending and with the ends being slightly smaller than average it makes it easier to get into places like the sides of the nose to contour and to give more defined sculpting to the face.
This is the fluffy angled brush which can be used with blush or bronzer and when they say it is fluffy, it is most certainly one of those brush's you just want to brush across the surface of your face.
The other end is perfect for using as a highlighting brush especially for the top of the cheekbones , forehead and top of the lip area as it is sleek enough to lightly apply where ever needed.
I am very impressed by my first (non free from a naked palette) brush and I am now looking to treat myself to some more.
Do you like to use brush ,finger or sponge to apply your makeup?