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Have you discovered Illamasqua’s Make-up Brushes yet?

 Made with synthetic bristles, Illamasqua brushes are totally cruelty free, unlike some animal hair brushes. Would  you really want to use a brush made from goat, squirrel or mink hair? Especially if it will increase the risk of irritation?

Illamasqua brushes are prepared with an anti-bacterial treatment, which makes them one of the most hygienic brush sets on the market.

Synthetic brushes are kinder to the skin and kinder to the animals.

Four new brushes have just launched:

Contour Brush – Shaped to fit the facial contour, use it to apply blush, cream or powder foundations,

Fine Liner Brush (with cover)- use to create controlled eyeliner flick,

 Angled Brush for defining and precision lines. Ideal for brows,

Lip Brush (with cover) Ideal for traveling, a rounded flat edges brush for precise lipstick/gloss application

The soft synthetic bristles used in all Illamasqua’s make-up brushes are suitable for use with powder, cream and fluid textures.

Synthetic brushes are stronger and more durable and easier to clean.

 @illamasqua received a tweet from the amazingly talented make-up guru Charlotte Tilbury (@CTilburyMakeup) this week  showing her appreciation and love for Illamasqua make-up brushes and the new Generation Q collection.

Do you own any Illamasqua Make-up brushes, what do you think of them?

Govinder Rayt

Govinder Rayt

Writer and expert