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**The vintage company blusher brush**
I came across this company when i received an eyelash curler by them in a
beauty box and i then tried some of their brushes. When i saw this in boots
reduced to £3.10 from i bought 2.
Can mainly be bought online alot of their products have quite a girlie
theme, they also do floral makeup accessories as well.All the products i have tried by them have been good.
This is a full size brush that is approx 180mm. This is made from natural
bristles and has a dome shape to it. I like how the bristles are black as dirt doesn't show up very easily on it.
With natural bristles you do get some shedding when you wash it. Ive only
washed it once and the shedding was minimal.As the title suggests this is a
brush designed for applying blusher.This works well,with the brush i can blend in my blusher quite well. I havent tried it with a cream blusher but this doesn't work well with gel based blushes such as macs just a pinch.
This is similar in size and style as the gosh blusher brush(not sure if the
gosh one can still be purchased though)
**Would i recommend?**
I would rate this in my top 5 brands,i havent tried the full range or been
using them as long as others to say how long they will last.
The rrp is £14 which i think is a good price for a makeup brush compared to
Whether you want to define the natural contour of your cheeks or just add some colour to the apples, this full sized professional blusher brush will allow you to easily achieve your desired look / Approx / 180mm from the tip of the brush to the end of the handle / Made from natural bristles / Made exclusively for The Vintage Cosmetic Company / The Vintage Cosmetic Company story / how it all began: Standing in her frilly pinny (the one she had bought especially for the occasion), her kitchen a war zone / Connie examined her meticulously prepared cupcakes / Yuk! / Why did they never come out the same as they looked in her 'Perfect Baking' cookery book? She had followed the instructions to the letter / Let's face it; she was never going to be a domestic goddess! / HOW did those women in the 1950's ALWAYS manage to look so glamorous / EVEN when effortlessly hosting the perfect dinner party? She peered at her reflection in the mirror; her face was smeared with more cake mix than make up! It was at this instant she decided to ditch the baking and focus on the glamour / She may never be a domestic goddess, but she would re-create the gorgeous, glamorous, girly accessories that would turn from glamour mess / to glamour puss / As for the dinner party? She'd get it catered / The Vintage Cosmetic Company was born /