I’ll admit that my heart does a little sink when charity products crop up – as a blogger, I see many such products and have to make the call whether they’re really worth recommending in their own right or whether it’s because I’ll just feel mean if I don’t feature them. The thing with charity products is that if the items aren’t great, I’d rather recommend a direct donation to the charity than go through a recommendation I don’t feel happy with. So, happy to say that I can – and do – recommend the Look Good Feel Better brushes without hesitation.
They’re made by Bespoke Europe and use Taklon (a synthetic fibre) that you honestly would never know wasn’t real hair. I had to double check, actually. They’re dense, soft and good in the handling with enough weight to them that you feel in control. While Bespoke Europe gives an 8-10% donation from the sale of each brush to Look Good Feel Better, they have guaranteed at £30,000 minimum donation. Snapping up the brushes ensures that that will be more.
Cancer touches everyone in one way or another; Look Good Feel Better are the masters of boosting self esteem through workshops and masterclasses at a time when women are at a truly low ebb.
The Look Good Feel Better brushes start at £6.99 for a liner brush (I’d recommend the Mini Masterclass set for £19.99 – brilliant gift – to self or others) and go up to £12.99 for a powder brush. You can find them HERE.
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