Marc Jacobs Brushes

This is the last of the Marc Jacobs newness – while the new brushes are expensive (how can brushes cost so much?), they are very, very good. It sounds weird to say but these just have such a good ‘eye fit’ that they don’t even take a moment to get used to – they feel like you’ve always had them. There’s The Smudge Brush, £24, The Crease Brush (rounded end) £27 and The Shadow Brush, £26.

Marc Jacobs Brushes

You can use the Crease Brush as a shadow brush as well – which I have been doing, but the real star of the show is the Smudge brush that I use to blend liner on my upper lid. I’ve got a Real Techniques smudge brush too and I like that (and it’s much cheaper) but these are so sleek in the hand and just – well, luxurious. I’m not an advocate for paying over the odds for products that are done just as well for a fraction of the price and to be honest, it’s a long time since I had a really bad brush so the entire brush sector has upped its game, but I love these silver tipped lovelies! They’re synthetic hairs and I had to double check that because it’s very hard to tell – if you feel like a splash out I think you’d be very happy to have these just for the sake of them. You can find them HERE.

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