5 June 2017

Are Vegan Make Up Brushes Any Good?


We're more aware than ever of the provenance of the items we buy - where they come from, how they're produced and the environmental impact they have on the planet. Green beauty is definitely having a thing right now. Even my Mum has gone 100% vegan at home. Natural beauty products used to suggest a compromise in quality but that misconception is a thing of the past. Large brands such as Garnier, M&S and L'oreal are all getting on the natural bandwagon. 

I'm all for sharing some #veganlove because there's more to being vegan than tofu and soya milk. An easy forte into the world of natural beauty is to start with your makeup brushes. There's no needs to comprise on quality as there are some great options out there - here are a few of my favourite...

B.
I love me some own brand - why pay more for branded goods when you can save some dollar? B. is a Superdrug own brand and they not only do excellent makeup brushes; they also have a fab skincare range, affordable cosmetics and have dabbled in Men's skincare. My favourite thing about these brushes is the price. The range is very budget friendly and they are always on some sort of offer. 

Eco Tools
Not only are these brushes RIDICULOUSLY soft (like baby panda soft) they have a brush for every single part of your face. Cupids bow? Try the Lip Blur brush. Corner your nose? Micro Blending brush. Outer eyelid? Defined Crease brush. The high quality bamboo brushes are also good for the environment so it's a win-win. 

Real Techniques 
The brand that graduated me from my pink Argos set of brushes that scratched my face and my eyeshadow. If you're looking for a airbrush finish with highstreet prices look no further. The Expert Face Brush is the holy grail for applying liquid foundation. If you haven't tried RT before you are seriously missing out. 
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