You might have seen that back in February I reviewed a couple of Look Good Feel Better makeup brushes, I was so impressed with the brushes and the charity that I couldn't wait to get some more of their lovely brushes to try. If you haven't heard of Look Good Feel Better before, they are the only worldwide cancer charity providing practical support for women and teenagers struggling with the side effects from cancer treatment. Their free masterclasses and workshops in venues across the UK help woman and teens to regain their confidence, and a donation of 8-12% from each sale of their brushes goes directly to the charity!
Look Good Feel Better have lots of brushes and makeup tools to choose from, I already have their foundation duo which I love and use for different things daily as their so versatile, but this time I've been trying out their Detailed Eyeliner Brush, Angled Contour Brush and the Mini Masterclass Set. Each LGFB brush is hand-made using super soft taklon bristles; making them allergy free, environmentally friendly and suitable for sensitive skin, and because their synthetic you can use each brush with cream, liquid and powder products so their uses are endless.
The Detailed Eyeliner Brush* (£6.99) is quite different to any other eyelining brush I've ever used before, it's actually a solid brush 'with no bristles' that you use to apply khol, gel or liquid eyeliner. Despite having no bristles I actually find this brush pretty easy to use and it's so precise, definitely great for anyone who struggles with liquid liner application for sure. The Angled Contour Brush* (£11.99) is absolutely stunning and I think it may be my all time favourite LGFB brush, it has the softest bristles that blend my contour, bronzer and blusher beautifully without disrupting any of my base makeup underneath, it feels so well made and luxurious too. The Mini Masterclass Set* (£19.99) is the perfect travel companion for any makeup or beauty lover who's on the go, within the set theres a Mini Foundation/Concealer Brush, a Mini Powder Brush and a Mini Eyeshading Brush, all of which you could use in a mulitude of ways to create a full face of glam on the go. I have to say these mini makeup brushes are bloody brilliant, I've had mini makeup brushes in the past and none compare to these LGFB minis, despite being miniature their actually a decent size that you can use properly, not like my other mini sets I've had that are just too small to use, the set also comes complete with a handy little pouch you can store your brushes in to keep them safe and clean.
Overall if your on the hunt for some new makeup brushes I 'd highly recommend Look Good Feel Better, the quality of the brushes is so so good, their all super soft and not scratchy against the skin in the slightest and it's for such a good cause too, whats not to love about mixing beauty with charity .
You can find the full range of Look Good Feel Better's brushes at Marks and Spencer, Feel Unique, Look Fantastic and Beauty Expert.