Makeup brushes are a part of my collection that is really lacking, I just don't seem to have enough! After I fell in love with one of the Blank Canvas Eyeshadow Palettes, I was really excited to try out these new brushes from the brand. I have got so much use out of these two brushes since they arrived and I definitely want to get a few more!
These two Blank Canvas Brushes are F39 which has been designed for powder application and blush and the F41 which is a flat tapered cheek brush which can be used for contour and blush applications. Both of these brushes are available in a few different colour options and I have the Metallic gold option with both brushes and they look so luxurious and both brushes have such a great weight to them, they honestly feel so much more expensive than they actually are.
Both brushes are incredibly soft and I love them both for powder applications. On each brush ferrel is 'Blank Canvas' engraved and on the handles it again has the brand name and the number of each brush, I love that they have included this as many brush brands don't and I like to know which brush I am using for each application. I love the metallic finish of these brushes and I haven't noticed either of the brushes to have any scratches in the couple of weeks I have been using it and keeping it in my brush pot and I have also taken one of them in my handbag. From using both of them for a couple of weeks, they apply powder products seamlessly and I never have to worry about making sure everything is blended well as these brushes do that all in one.
The F39 has been my go to brush for blush application, it works so well at buffing the product into the cheeks. I love that this brush is domed as you can really control the amount of product you apply to the cheeks. With the F41 I have been using it for so many different uses! My favourite uses for this brush are to apply loose powder under the eyes and for highlighting when I am in a bit of a rush. Due to the tapered style of the brush, it fits under the eyes perfectly and for when I want a strong highlight this is my go-to brush!
The Blank Canvas Brushes are available - HERE.
This post contains press samples, all opinions are my own.