Wednesday, 2 December 2015

PS... Makeup Brushes from Penny's X

Hello again!
Today's post is going to be on some goodies I recieved at the weekend when I attended the first ever Bloggers Meet Up in Waterford!! 
Each blogger recieved two goodie bags jam packed with lovely products!
But today I will be filling you in on the lovely brushes from the PS range from
Extremely affordable with a new improved quality!
Lets go!

Foundation and Concealer brush (double ended)

So the larger flat ended side is the side you use to apply your foundation. The soft fibers allow for an even, streak free complexion. I personally don't use this side for foundation as I prefer a dense stippling brush but what I do like to use this side for is to apply a cream contour under the cheek bone as it gives a precise line that can be blended out!

Concealer side

This side is the smaller flat ended side that can be used to apply concealer under the eye, down the nose and on the Cupid's bow (above the lip). This is a nice size brush to use as it is small enough to be used on smaller areas (under the inner corner of the eye). 

Double ended stippling brush

This is definietly my favourite of the three!! 
I use the fluffy angled side to buff and blend out the line created by the previous brush for contouring as I think it works very well for me!! You could also use this to apply foundation!

The smaller dense side above is also a favourite of mine. I think this side is great for blending in concealer if you don't like to use a beauty blender sponger (I've only recently started using mine) 
It will give an even finish as it blends into your foundation. 
I had this brush before getting another at the event and I'm delighted to have another!

Contour Brush

Last but by no means least!! Another contour brush!! As many of these brushes can be used to contour, I prefer as I said a stronger dense brush for that.
Therefore I think this fab fluffy brush is perfect for applying a blush to the apples on your cheeks.
When applying blush I do so in circular motions but I also like to slightly blend into my contour, this will give a gradual look to your blush and will not leave any harsh lines!!

These brushes are fab for the price rang from €2.50 to €3!! They sell out very fast when in stores so if you do manage to see a full shelf of them definietly pick one up while you can.
Also a massive thank you to Pennys for generously giving us a fab little goodie bag that also included my favourite individual lashes along with a blush and highlighter!!

If you would like to see more pictures from the event simply search #DeiseBloggers into Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and you will also see many of the other lovely bloggers that attended! 

Until next time!!

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  1. Ah I was only in Penny's the other day completely forgot to check out there brushes x

  2. They're worth a try Kellie!!! Very good quality! X