Oval makeup brushes have taken the beauty world by storm over the last few months and I've certainly enjoyed using the couple I have in my collection already. Of course being a fan of Oval Brushes I've wanted to add more to my collection and seeing as Brush Works have quite a few affordable options I thought I'd give their Oval Face Brush Set a whirl!
The Brush Works Oval Face Brush Set* (£15.00) comes with two multi purpose oval brushes perfect for applying and blending liquid, cream and powder products. Both of the oval brushes have plastic handles, the lower part of the handle is rubberised for a secure grip and the rest is a gorgeous copper colour which I absolutely love. Each brush is packed full of synthetic bristles that are nice and dense, I literally couldn't get over how soft the bristles where, I actually found myself just stroking my face because it felt so nice he he, please tell me I'm not the only person who does this with their super soft makeup brushes.
After giving this duo a whirl I was super impressed, both of the brushes buffed my liquid foundation into my skin flawlessly in a matter of seconds without leaving any brush strokes, un-blended area's or caking, the larger brush is great for covering bigger areas of the face and the smaller brush is perfect for getting into the harder to reach area's such as my eye contours and around my nose. I've also really enjoyed using the smaller brush for buffing in concealer, cream contour and highlight and cream blusher, which again it does in seconds, I honestly cant believe how quick these brushes works, it's amazing! I hadn't actually used an oval brush for setting powder or powder bronzer before so of course I gave that a whirl and again I was impressed, I don't how but everything just applys and blends so flawlessly with these oval brushes.
Overall I'm so impressed with Brush Works Oval Face Brush Set and I definitely want some more sizes in my collection. The quality is super nice, they both works so quick and easy and they blend like a dream. The only thing I would say is that I do find the thinner piece of plastic that connects the brush handle to the brush head a little bit bendy so I like to give it extra support by holding the brush quite high up and I also have my index finger supporting the brush head at all times, but other than that I'm in absolute love with these brushes!
Do you have any of Primarks Oval Blending Brushes beaut's? What did you think? I'd love to know!