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Tuesday, 11 August 2015

EcoTools Angled Kabuki Brush | Beauty



I've just had to add this addition to my make up brush collection. If you have seen my Forgotten Make up Bag Haul then you'll know that I have used that as an excuse to just go ahead and buy some new products and brushes. 

In all honestly I probably didn't need another make up brush but when I saw this EcoTools Angled Kabuki brush I couldn't say no. It just looked so fluffy! Almost all of my brushes are Real Techniques but I do have the EcoTools powder brush which is lovely. I bought this brush to apply my bronzer with, bronzer is something I never usually wear but because I forgot the make up bag, I thought I could kill two birds with one stone and use the bronzer as a bit of contour as well. 

The angled kabuki brush is actually pretty big so when you put in in the pan it picks up a lot of product which is a good thing because you just lightly dust all of your face focusing on the areas you'd usually catch the sun, around the tops of your forehead and cheek bones etc. I really like that this is angled because when I tried just a little light contouring with the hollow of my cheeks it worked perfectly. Don't get me wrong this brush is too big to do any proper contouring with but if you want something that you can lightly use this works as well. 

It's a really great brush and super soft, the only thing that's a little annoying is it is hard to store because of it's shape so I kind just have to stand it up near my brush pot. It's not one I use all the time but it has worked it's way into my favourites. 

What EcoTools brush would you recommend? 
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10 comments

  1. Great review! Definitely going to get my hands on this brush! :)
    Urban Obsessions // Vegan Food, Beauty & Lifestyle

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  2. I still need to try some brushes from this brand and this one looks perfect! x
    Emma | Emmys Beauty Cave

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    1. I'd definitely recommend this one, I also have the powder brush which is also nice but I think the Kabuki one is better!xx

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  3. I've tried a few EcoTools brushes & have really loved them. This one sounds really nice too! x

    Jordan Alice

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    1. It's really lovely, easily becoming one of my faves!xx

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  4. I always see this brand in stores, but I've never picked it up before! I might have to change that soon ;)
    xxx
    She Will Be

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    1. Do it! Do it! Do It! They have a great range of brushes, there will definitely be something you'll like!xx

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  5. eco tools were the first branded brushes I used! they're so lovely and soft. I'd love to give this one a go, as my bare minerals one is looking pretty crappy lately! xxx

    Hannah x hannatalks

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    1. It's just so fluffy!!!! Ah I've not tried any bare minerals brushes!xx

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