It’s amazing what a bit of colour can bring to an everyday product. I’ve been looking at a lot of lower priced brushes recently because makeup brushes are an area where the prices just go up and up without us noticing. It seems a big ask to pay £50+ for a single brush. Lottie London brushes at Superdrug come in around the £8 mark which is perfectly reasonable (although I’m experimenting with even cheaper brushes at the moment).
However, the addition of colour does take them to another level, visually, and even though I know those coloured tips will soon get covered in blush and shadow, I’d still reach out for these in store because they’re just so pretty! Sometimes, it’s just about the pretty. The blue brush above is the Studio Star Stippling Brush (I have never in my life knowingly stippled!), the little pink brush is the Perfectly Precise Small Eye Shadow Brush (£5), the red tip is the Contour Queen Flat Contour Brush and the purple tipped brush is the Buff and Blend for finishing powders.
In terms of performance, they’re soft and have good pick-up – they probably wouldn’t pass the working make-up artist test but I can’t really find fault with them. They’re also vegan which I know is a big deal when it comes to finding brushes.
You can find the Lottie London Brushes HERE. (The little coloured pots you see are from Tiger).
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