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Foundation brush recommendations

(13 Posts)
TheWorldAccordingToToads Wed 22-Feb-17 21:54:26

Right now I'm using the real techniques foundation brush but tbh I don't really like it so am looking for some recommendations.

I was looking at MAC brushes earlier but am not sure if they're worth it.

LauraMcW Wed 22-Feb-17 22:35:17

For foundation ciara daly hero brush 👍🏼

theshooglypeg Wed 22-Feb-17 23:16:50

Was just about to start a thread with the same query so watching with interest!

Chicinwellies Wed 22-Feb-17 23:20:57

The Bobbi Brown synthetic foundation brush is brilliant. Washed it a million times and still gives the lovliest application.

eeyore125 Wed 22-Feb-17 23:23:07

Bobbi Brown's brushes are excellent.

F1nbarSaunders Wed 22-Feb-17 23:25:28

I got the estee Lauder foundation brush when I bought the double wear foundation- love both!

BillyButtfuck Wed 22-Feb-17 23:25:43

I used Bobbi Brown for years and have recently purchased a £3 primark one and wouldn't know the difference

DJKKSlider Wed 22-Feb-17 23:27:38

Flat top kabuki brush

nicebiscuit25 Wed 22-Feb-17 23:27:49

Zoiva brushes are amazing I have loads all I use now and such a good price

Auldspinster Wed 22-Feb-17 23:30:01

I previously would have said Real Techniques Expert Face Brush but I've been using the large Primark Artis Brush dupe and love it.

InTheKitchenAtParties Wed 22-Feb-17 23:38:04

I can't get on with brushes, but I love the beauty blender. Primark do a decent dupe.

thetwocultures Thu 23-Feb-17 00:05:54

Real Techniques beauty blender - only thing that's ever made mine look decent!

seefeld Thu 23-Feb-17 06:45:32

I have a flat headed Sigma kabuki brush - the F80 - and I prefer it to my Bobbi Brown one as I can really buff in my foundation with it. It's very dense and soft and gives a very natural finish.

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