Lottie London Makeup Brushes Review

I had been keen to try the Lottie London makeup brushes since the brand launched; but I never got round to it until last month. They look so pretty with their brightly coloured handles and matching synthetic fibres.

Lottie London Best of The Brushes Collection

Lottie London Kabuki Babe Brush

I got their Best of The Brushes Collection, which contains 5 brushes (usually £4.99-£7.99 each) for the great price of £20 at, and I also got their Kabuki Babe Brush (£9.49).

Every one of the brushes is incredibly soft, and they all feel very sturdy and well made. In the brush set, the brushes you get are their Flawless Base Foundation Brush, Powder Power Brush, All Eyes On You Shadow Brush, Blend In Blending Brush and their Shade & Shadow Angle Brush.

The foundation brush is nice and fluffy, so great for buffing and stippling; not like those flat-style foundation brushes where you literally paint the liquid onto your skin. I love the powder brush for blusher application, as it gives a natural flush of colour and not anything too harsh.

Lottie London Kabuki Brush

For applying actual base powder, I use their kabuki brush that I picked up seperately. It is so large that you can distribute face powder quickly, lightly and evenly. It feels so fluffy on my skin too.

The three eyeshadow brushes (although the larger red one is also good for blending in concealer) are great for precise eyeshadow application and you can do a mean smoky eye with these. The angled one is great for going along my bottom lash line, while the thin blending brush gets right into the crease.

I am really impressed by the Lottie London makeup brushes, and they are really affordable with true high-street prices. If you are looking for some new makeup application tools, I’d definitely check them out.

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