Reviews and How-to's
1. Professional Eyelash and Brow Wand.
Considering that this is a brow wand, there’s not much of a point in a review but since I own it, I thought I ought to write something. I’ve no complaints about this brush at all, it was glued properly and the head is reasonably pliable which can prove quite useful at times, especially to those not as skilled at doing their make up on the opposite side of their face to the side they hold their brush. Personally, I feel the size and shape of a wand is only an important factor when applying mascara, in which case is provided with the product anyway so this brush is perfect for anyone. There’s no need to buy an expensive brow wand as quality of materials, I feel, is somewhat irrelevant so at £1.50 this is absolutely perfect.
2. Professional Lip Defining Brush.
In all the time I’ve been interested in make-up, I’ve not once found a lip brush I’ve adored and after using this I feel I’m growing more distant from finding one with each new purchase. Quite simply, this an extremely poor excuse for a lip brush. The head of the brush is a promising size, but instead of conventionally being cut to a point, the hairs actually get denser towards the tips. This doesn’t bode well as it doesn’t matter how skilled you may be at make-up or how well you can manipulate poor tools to work for you, there is nothing anyone can do with a fluffy lip brush. Bearing in mind that lip brushes should be small and cut with precision for the general nature of their use, it baffles me to think that a reputable company would allow sale of such an awful product.

1. Professional Eyelash and Brow Wand.

Considering that this is a brow wand, there’s not much of a point in a review but since I own it, I thought I ought to write something. I’ve no complaints about this brush at all, it was glued properly and the head is reasonably pliable which can prove quite useful at times, especially to those not as skilled at doing their make up on the opposite side of their face to the side they hold their brush. Personally, I feel the size and shape of a wand is only an important factor when applying mascara, in which case is provided with the product anyway so this brush is perfect for anyone. There’s no need to buy an expensive brow wand as quality of materials, I feel, is somewhat irrelevant so at £1.50 this is absolutely perfect.


2. Professional Lip Defining Brush.

In all the time I’ve been interested in make-up, I’ve not once found a lip brush I’ve adored and after using this I feel I’m growing more distant from finding one with each new purchase. Quite simply, this an extremely poor excuse for a lip brush. The head of the brush is a promising size, but instead of conventionally being cut to a point, the hairs actually get denser towards the tips. This doesn’t bode well as it doesn’t matter how skilled you may be at make-up or how well you can manipulate poor tools to work for you, there is nothing anyone can do with a fluffy lip brush. Bearing in mind that lip brushes should be small and cut with precision for the general nature of their use, it baffles me to think that a reputable company would allow sale of such an awful product.

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