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Blank Canvas Cosmetics Brushes

If Real Techniques has been adorning your make-up brush holder since, like forever, you may want to switch things up a little and check out offerings from Blank Canvas. Now, I agree their website may not be the prettiest, but their brushes are absolutely amazing. I have their F20, flat top brush, which is a stunning replacement for Real Techniques Buffing Brush. The brush hairs are not as rounded as Real Techniques and the brush density is a little less resistant. But if like me, you've shunned those traditional, flat, paint brush-like foundation brushes, you'll appreciate its flawless results. Good news is that the hairs don't shed or bleed and the larger surface area ensures face is blanketed in foundation in a matter of seconds #keeper. Their F23 Pointed Tip Face brush is a saviour when you need to run down to the corner shop and need to cover those eye bags and pigmentation super quickly. The pointed ends ensure you hit those nooks and crannies with precision. Again, it's dense but not rigid so it won't bounce back when you apply pressure to it in a hurry. Dabbing and not dragging is the best way to use these beauts. And then we have two eye shadow experts, namely the E24 and E32. The former being your MAC 239, flat top shader dupe, with soft yet firm white bristles and the latter being your MAC 224 doppelganger. It's a little shorter than the 224 but just as effective when it comes to smoking out those edges and creating beautiful gradients. I also quite like how handy it is at contouring the bridge of the nose without leaving any harsh edges.

sadee said...

Woww such a vibrant colours of brushes, would love to tryout!
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Sheefa. 29. London. Spamming the web with ramblings on hair, eye shadow, skincare & cosmetic hoarding in general since 2008. Grab a cuppa and kick back!
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