Friday, 23 January 2015

Makeup Revolution NEW Pro Brush Collection | Review

Hey beaut's!

I cant even explain how excited I was last week when the amazing Makeup Revolution revealed their first ever Pro Brush Collection. This is something all of us Makeup Revolution lovers have been waiting for, for a while and as always Makeup Rev have made our wishes come true he he, so say hello to the Full Pro Brush Collection*!

The Full Pro Brush Collection consists of 9 brushes in total and has a variety of face brushes and eye brushes to choose from, all of which are made from the finest, super soft, synthetic hair, making them work amazingly well with cream, liquid and powder makeup. The classic Makeup Revolution style really reflects in these brushes, they all have the black glossy handles and ferrels with gold font etched on the side of each brush which I like and are easy to wipe clean.
Onto the brush collections run down...

Pro Powder Brush (PRO F104) £3.75
Firstly we have the Pro Powder Brush, arrhh this little beauty is super soft, I even find myself randomly running my fingers through the soft bristles as it feels so nice he he. I've been using the Pro Powder Brush with my Rimmel Pressed Powder to set my makeup under my eyes and on my t-zone like I normally would and it feels lovely against my skin, it also work well at bronzing up the face too. 

Pro Stippling Brush (PRO F103) £3.00
Ohhh the Pro Stippling Brush is one of my favourites out of the entire collection, it's great at applying a flawless application of foundation, BB/CC Cream and Tinted Moisturiser and even though its one of the smaller stippling brushes I own it seems to cover well and blends quickly. My favourite way to use this brush at the moment is with my shimmer bricks which I have abit of an obsession with right now, the brush seems to pick up the perfect amount of product and blends across the cheeks beautifully, arhhh it looks amazing! I have huge love for this brush.

Pro Foundation Brush (PRO F101) £3.00
The Pro Foundation Brush is what I'd call your typical/standard foundation brush because of it's flat oval shape. My favourite way to use this brush is actually for concealer, it's shape is amazing at concealing the under the eye area and I've also found it works well at sharpening up my liquid liner edges too. I have used this brush for it's correct means as a foundation brush a few times and I find working from the middle of the face and working outwards in stroke motions works the best but ultimately this is my concealing beauty.

Pro Contour Brush (PRO F105) £3.00
I'm a huge fan of Contour brushes and Makeup Revolutions offering certainly doesn't disappoint. This little beauty is amazing at creating a natural or intense contour because it's shaped specially to fit the cheekbones perfectly. I love applying my contour with this brush in stripes to start off with then I go back and use small up and down blending motions to really blend those harsh lines out, it honestly makes contouring super easy and looks very natural, I'd say this is also one of my favourite brushes from the collection.

Pro Concealer Brush (PRO F102) £1.95
I haven't actually been using the Pro Concealer Brush for concealing under my eyes but I have been using it with concealer to sharpen up and neaten my eyeliner flicks and around my mouth after applying vampy lipsticks, its also great for carving out those brows when you want to achieve that perfect brow look. 

Pro Eyeshadow Blending Brush (PRO E103) £1.95
Eyeshadow blending brushes are an absolute essential for me and I'll definitely be buying a few more of these beauties as I love them and you can never have enough eyeshadow blending brushes can you he he. What I love so much about Makeup Revolutions offering is that it seems to work with the shape of my eye/crease very well, it places the product accurately and blends those edges out a dream, arhhh what a fabulous brush!

Pro Eyeshadow Contour Brush (PRO E102) £1.95
The Eyeshadow Contour Brush is great for really working eye shadows into your socket, it seems to have such precision yet blends at the same time. It's also the perfect shape for creating a winged out eyeshadow effect too, another amazing little brush.

Pro Eyeshadow Brush (PRO E101) £1.95
The Eyeshadow Brush is a pretty basic, easy brush to use and normally you would use it to pack eyeshadow onto the eyelid however I do find it a little small, so I use it as a little smudger brush or for any detailed eyeshadow work instead.

Pro Eyebrow Brush (PRO E104) £1.50
And lastly but not least is the Eyebrow Brow brush, this brush makes filling in my eyebrows a breeze, it's small enough to create little brush strokes to place false eyebrow hairs in the front of your brows but big enough to define and shape out the rest of your brows, I love it!

Overall I'm so happy Makeup Revolution delved into the depths of makeup brushes, they really are lovely and would be amazing for beginners. Since using the brushes I haven't experienced any shedding bristles at all and they all feel nice an soft against the skin too. If I had to pick my absolute favourites out of the bunch I'd have to choose the Stippling Brush, Contour Brush, Eyeshadow Blending Brush and the Eyeshadow Contour Brush, but the rest of the collection definitely isn't to be unnoticed and they are a great selection of brushes!

The Pro Brush Collection is available to buy in lots of different ways, you can either pick up the entire collection for £20.00, the Face Brush Collection for £14.00, the Eye Brush Collection for £6.00 or you can buy each brush individually to create your own dream collection!

What are your thoughts on Makeup Revolutions Brush Collection beaut's?? I'd love to know!

nopin

15 comments:

  1. I have three brushes the Powder, Contour and Stippling that came with a xmas set, and in all honesty I am not thrilled with them at all. I find the bristles are very cheap and I am near throwing them out, or passing them on to my 4 year old daughter to play with. While it is possible the set is different, I won't be trying any of their face brushes period. It was such a let down too, as I am such a MUR fan.

    Angie x |~ Chocolate & Lipstick || UK Beauty and Lifestyle Blog ~

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    1. Ohhh noo that such a shame lovely, are they different to the ones you got in your christmas collection?? The Contour and Stippling brushes are 2 of my absolute fabourites out of the collection and they work really well for me, such a shame you didnt get on with them hun xoxo

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  2. Just ordered my brushes last night so excited ! Great review on a quality level how do u find they compare to the likes of real techniques x

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    1. Ohh how exciting hun! I do find some of them perform better than others but generally they are amazing for the price! I wouldnt say they are on the same quality level as Real Techniques but per brush they work out so much cheaper but still feel good in quality, for me the Stippling Brush, Contour Brush and Eyeshadow Blending Brush are defo must haves! :) xoxo

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  3. I am SO excited to get some of these brushes!! They look so gorgeous!

    x x | daisydaisyxxo

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    1. Aww have you ordered any my lovely?? They are certainly very good for the price :) xoxo

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  4. Can't wait to try some of these - looking forward to seeing how they compare to the elf ones I loved for ages xx

    Magpie Jasmine || Palette Giveaway: Urban Decay, Nars, Charlotte Tilbury, Too Faced

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  5. These brushes look so good, I lovee the design! I hope they come into stores soon :)

    alice x | beautybyalicee | bloglovin' | youtube

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  6. My mums been looking for a some new make up brushes and these would be great for her! Only £20 for the 9 brushes is amazing!

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    1. If you like your mum - give these a pass.
      e.l.f. ones are probably better - these look cheap even on the store's stock photos.
      I recommend e.l.f. Studio face brushes for your mum or any RealTechniques brush set.

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  7. Definitely going to try some of these!

    Kate X

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  8. Definitely picking some of these up!
    sirensandbells.co.uk x

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  9. amazing! I've never tried any of their makeup brushes, will surely grab a few soon

    EricaRosa

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  11. I recently found out about the brand and love their eyeshadows. HAve to try a few of the brushes too.
    PRO Makeup Artist Tips, Reviews & Tutorials

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