Banggood Make Up Brush Set

Sunday, 23 June 2013




Hi Ladies! I was recently contacted by Banggood asking if I would like to try out some of their products. They stock quite a lot of products which looked really fun, so choosing just three was really difficult as there was so much choice (53 pages of choice!). One of the items I opted to try was the set of 12 professional make up brushes in a little travel holder. I've really needed to replace some of my brushes for ages as they're really scratchy and irritate my sensetive skin so I was so pleased when I received these brushes. 

These brushes were super cheap for the amount I received so I was really surprised at the quality of most of the brushes. The stipling brush is one of the softest brushes I've ever felt and I cant wait to put it to the test, although I'm not quite sure what I should be using this brush for. I also love the powder brush and the angled cheek brush as I often find these brushes way too big (leaving me with very large bright cirlces on my cheeks!) but these are the perfect size and the perfect combination of  stiffness and softness. 

I was also really impressed with all of the eye make up brushes, theyre all really soft which is so important for use around your eyes because scratchy brushes often leave my eye area looking red and a bit sore - never a good look! 

However, there were two brushes which I was less impressed with. Firstly, the foundation brush. Its perfectly soft and the right size but it does leave a few hairs on my face when I use it which is slightly annoying, but this was the only brush in the collection that had this problem. Also, the angled brow brush could do with being a little stiffer so it would be easier to get the perfect arch but it is still nice and soft and is great for doing the outer parts of my brow. 

These are available to buy from Banggood for about £16 which I don't think is a terrible price for a brush set where almost all of the brushes are of a good quality. 


6 comments:

  1. They look quite nice and good for travelling. Try using the stippling brush with cream blushers and liquid highlighters - that's how I use my Real techniques one.

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  2. I LOVEEEE the loook of these, espeically the stippling brush.
    I'm after a new set of make up brushes actually and these look soooo lovely.
    These look appealing, clean and well made!



    Kelly || DayDreamsDaisyChains.com

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  3. These look like a great set of brushes for the price x

    Amy / srslylou.com

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  4. that's incredible value! I use my Real Techniques Stippling Brush for foundation (liquid) maybe you could try it for that? Especially if the actual foundation brush is shedding xx

    beauty-robot.blogspot.co.uk

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  5. Ah that's great value for money! I've never heard of their products before so I'll definitely be checking it out later :)
    Thanks for the review lovely.

    Latasha x | Today I Adore

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  6. I'll tell my mom 'bout this. ^_^

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