Who knew The Body Shop made such great makeup brushes?! I wish I got my hands on them sooner! These are very soft to my surprise and I have got so much use out of them, they definitely shouldn't be overlooked, I always forget The Body Shop has such a great range of makeup and tools available too.
The Fresh Nude Foundation Brush (£15) is a stippling brush which can be used for any liquid or cream product applications, I love it for cream blushes and bronzers! This brush gives the skin natural coverage to the skin when used with foundations, I love it with the Bourjous Healthy Mix Foundation or Too Faced Born This Way. It has two different lengths of bristles to stipple on product, the shorter ones apply the product and the longer ones help to blend. I love the flat base to the handle as you can stand the brushes up when not in use - I always love little touches like this and the brush hairs are super soft too.
The three other brushes are from the Vegan line and have synthetic, cruelty-free bristles and a sustainably sourced wooden handle which I love as I am always making an effort to go cruelty-free as much as I can, especially as I have two very cute bunnies myself! In this range there are 10 different brushes and all brushes that I would actually use daily, I love the look of the Pointed Highlighter Brush and Fan Brush next! There is also more eye brushes as well as a buffing brush and contouring brush. All three of these brushes are incredibly lightweight and are comfortable to hold and use.
The Slanted Blusher Brush (£12) has been my go to for applying powder brushes and I love that it is on the slightly smaller side as I can be precise with my application. Just like the previous brush, it is super soft and has some flexibility to the brush and fits the cheeks well. This has replaced my previous angled blush brush as I love how much smaller it is!
Then I have two of the eye brushes which I have been obsessed with! The Eyeshadow Crease Brush (£9) has been my go-to brush for applying anything to the crease from transition shades to darker colours in the outer corners. It works fantastically as it blends out shadows like a dream without making the eyes look patchy. I have also been loving the Double-Ended Eyeshadow Brush (£10) which has a smaller slated brush on one end, perfect for applying gel liners or brow products and the other is perfect for applying shadows to the lid. I love the fluffier end for blending out shadows and applying lid colours.
The Body Shop Makeup Brushes are available - HERE.
This post contains press samples, all opinions are my own.