Beauty: Spectrum Make-up Brushes Review

Monday, October 19, 2015

4 Piece Pom Pouch Set - Spectrum Collections*

Thanks to Boohoo I've been introduced to Spectrum Make-up Brushes and I'm a little bit in love. Being a massive Real Techniques fan I've never really ventured out when it comes to trying out different make-up brushes. I see so many reviews of different brush brands and after hearing about Spectrum brushes I was SO excited when this set came into my life.
                                            4 Piece Pom Pouch Set - Spectrum Collections*

As soon as I received these brushes I was a little obsessed with them. First of all I loved the case they came in and that there was a pink pom pom attached! Inside the case was 4 brushes and these were a Flat Top Buffer, Domed Buffer, Angled Blush and Small Angled Shader.

I really like the design of these Spectrum brushes and they are so soft! I think these brushes are so pretty as well (I didn't want to use them at first!) This one is the Domed Buffer brush and it's quite a dense brush and it's best for using with powder, bronzer or to buff in contouring products.

The Flat Top Buffer brush is best for applying liquid foundation and buffing in powder. I'd say to use this brush with a medium coverage foundation for the best application. I love how soft the bristles on the brushes are and the finish you get when using it.    

Next up the Angled Blush Brush. This is probably my least used of the brush set as I don't tend to use blusher but I sometimes use it with bronzer to sculpt my cheekbones a bit!

One thing I'm obsessed with at the moment is Eyeshadow. I've just got two new eyeshadow palettes including theBalm Nude 'Tude Eyeshadow Palette (the colours in the palette are gorgeous) and the Zoeva Cocoa Blend Palette which I am really loving at the moment. This small angled shader brush is perfect for applying eyeshadow, blending and shading the crease of your eye. I really enjoy using it!

Overall I really like this brush set and think it's well worth trying out. I know Real Techniques are more accessible to get (I think Spectrum Brushes are only online) but the reviews don't lie these brushes certainly do not disappoint.

Have you tried Spectrum Brushes? What other make-up brush brands do you like?

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Unknown said...

These are looking so gorgeous !


Hannah said...

These are adorable, love the design and they sound really promising!

Hannah | Oh January

A & I said...

I'm not a huge fan of pink but I love the pink and lilla tones on the brush !

xx // Afza

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