Ya’ll know I’m all for preaching amazing products – but how much sweeter is it when an amazing product is also super affordable? #YASSSS I’m super duper excited about todays product review, SO many of you have been asking me about these, sooo… I’m going to be giving you the lowdown on the amazing TBX brushes you have been seeing on display in my studio.
Firstly, can we just talk about how chic these look? They’re magnetic & stand in the ever so stylish metal black frame ‘The Clique’ – let’s not forget the matte black handles of these brushes, I love! The brushes I have in The Clique are: The Kabuki Brush, The Contour Brush, The Foundation Brush, The Eyebrow Brush, The Eyeliner Brush, The Highlighter Brush, The Foundation Buffer, The Concealer Brush and The Stippling Brush. Now I’m generally not a big fan of drugstore brushes. I find that a lot of the time they feel too plastic-y and tough, but what I love about TBX brushes is that they’re the complete opposite. They’re extremely soft and fluffy, they have a really luxe feel to them – my absolute favourite is the contour brush the shape of it is so unique to other contour brushes I own and feels so soft.
Even though the names of the brushes are pretty see explanatory, I’ll walk you through each of the brushes and what they’re used for.
The Foundation Brush – Is of course used to apply your foundation to your skin.
The Kabuki Brush – Is used to apply cream or powder products to the skin, in circular motions.
The Contour Brush – Is used to flawlessly define your cheekbones, jawline and nose.
Tips and Tricks: Try holding the brush horizontally so that it is parallel with your cheekbone, to create a more defined look. For a softer look, hold the brush vertically so that it lightly buffs and diffuses product across the skin.
The Eyebrow Brush – Is used to brush and shape your eyebrows to create a clean and polished look.
The Highlighter Brush – Is used to perfectly highlight your cheekbones, nose and basically any area you want to glow!
Tips and Tricks: Wet the brush with some water or fixer spray to give your skin a ‘wet’ glow look.
The Foundation Buffer – Is used to gently buff foundation and powders into the skin.
The Eyeliner Brush – Is used to apply gel or liquid eyeliner to the eye.
Tips and Tricks: Instead of a gel liner, use an eyeshadow for a softer look.
The Concealer Bush – Is used to apply cream or liquid concealer to the areas of which you want to conceal.
Tips and Tricks: For flawless application, warm up the product on the back of your hand and press in with the concealer brush.
The Stippling Brush – Is used to lightly buff pigment into skin to produce a flawless, airbrushed look.
These brushes range from around $14.95 – $24.95 each. There are even some awesome kit options available to choose from. TBX brushes are available at Priceline or directly from their website http://www.thebeautyexchange.com – be sure to use my code HEIDI20 to save yourself some moolah!
All in all, I’m obsessed. I have these on display in my studio (as you can already see, haha) on my work vanity for everyone to see! If you are yet to try out TBX brushes, I would highly recommend you get onto it! Already tried them out? Leave me a comment and let me know your thoughts!
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