No matter how many makeup brushes I have, I'm always on the hunt for bigger and better things so when I was gifted a beautiful set of the new Dean Nixon Master Makeup Brushes, I squealed a little bit.
Don't judge me, brushes are some serious business. They have the ability to make or break a look since they deeply influence how products apply to the face. This post is going to be all about my experience with these brushes and if I would recommend adding them to your collection.
The Kabuki Brush is perfect for applying loose or pressed powders since it covers such a large area while also picking up product extremely well. It is quite still so perfect for those of you who preferred a controlled application of face powders.
The Foundation Brush is your traditional flat tapered and straight haired brush. The bristles are soft so perfect for blending in liquid and cream foundations.
The Eyeshadow Brush is a short haired and thick brush so it helps to pack on colour all over the lid.
The Concealer Brush is like a miniature version of the foundation brush so it is perfect for working with cream and liquid products while helping blend it into your skin.
The Blending Brush has a tapered end for precise application and the bristles are extremely bendy allowing for seamless blending.
The Eyeliner Brush is a small and stiff short haired brush that is perfect for packing on colour close to the lash line.
The Master Makeup brand also offer a brush roll for you to practically store your brushes and a brush cleanser that is quite unique with it's gel formulation.
These brushes are definitely a hit when it comes to new products on the block and I have definitely found some holy grail ones I will be using everyday.
The full set of 6 brushes retails for $195 and when you purchase the entire range you receive the brush roll for free which is otherwise $40 on it's own.
Visit the website here for more information.
Thanks for reading!