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Beauty | My Top 5 Makeup Tools


I just hate the feeling of applying my makeup with my fingers (they get so sticky!) and I always do my makeup on my way to work (err...that extra 30 minutes in bed is super important). I usually take makeup tools so I don't have to touch my face. The tools I'm mentioning are not only great for popping in your bag but also to use at your vanity too. 

Zoeva Concealer Buffer Brush | £8.99
It's a very densely-packed brush with soft bristle, perfect for blending out cream concealer (I love using this with Glossier Stretch Concealer). The brush can also be used with a thicker consistency products such as Nars Radiant Creamy Concealer. I really enjoy using this brush as it blends out my concealer seamlessly. Despite being a fairly reasonable priced brush, I am very impressed by the quality of Zoeva brushes. 

Sigma Eye Shading Brush E55 | £12.75
Another one of my favourite densely-packed brush. I have a couple of this particular brush. I use one for applying and blending cream eyeshadow and I use the other to pack on shimmery eyeshadows. Can you really have too many of these brushes in your collection though?!

Zoeva Luxe Powder Fusion Brush | £9.99
If you are looking for a brush to make your highlight really pop, look no further! This brush is everything you need. It really buffs the highlighter into your skin to get that gleaming look. Although, the brush can be used for eyes but I find that my eyes are way too small to use this for that purpose. 

IsaDora Face Sculptor Blush Brush | £15.25
I honestly didn't expect much from this brush but it is my favourite brush from my entire collection. I use it with any of my powder products from face powder, blusher, contour and occasionally highlighter. It's a perfect little multitasker as the bristle disperses the product evenly without collecting in the bristle itself. I genuinely feel very lost without this brush in my makeup bag. 

BeautyBlender | £17
I don't think I need to harp on about this sponge as I am sure most of you have probably tried it or heard people singing its praises. If you haven't, just get it because your foundation game would never be the same again! It's also great for baking, blending liquid highlighter and making you look flawless. 

What's your favourite beauty tool?

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