Are you always on the hunt for new makeup brushes of decent quality but aren’t going to break the bank? Yeah, me too. After having a browse one day on my lunch break in Boots, these caught my eye as I had been looking for a decent set of contour brushes for a while. This set are specifically more an eye and contour brush set.
After I had finished work that day, I decided to pop back to Boots to pick these up. I think that they cost around £16 but I got £3.50 off them thanks to the money that was left on my sister’s gift card for my birthday. I was fairly certain that these would be a decent set of brushes as I have had a couple of Ecotools makeup brush sets before and along with Real Techniques they make up the majority of my brushes.
My predictions were right as I was not disappointed with these brushes. I use them most days and feel that they are much more precise at trying to contour than using buffer brushes. Now being very pale, I am sure you can imagine how badly that looked with bronzer and blusher not being controlled over my face.
The set comes in a little bag which is perfect for travel and there is also space to add in other brushes. The set contains a number of brushes of various sorts that are all stated on the end of the brush’s shaft as well as a tag on the bag explaining what each brush is to be used for.
These aren’t the cheapest brushes but they aren’t particularly expensive either and at least you know with Ecotools brush sets that you are getting a decent quality. You can buy these in Boots and Superdrug for around £16.99.
What contour brushes do you use?