Saturday, 20 August 2016

PS Pro Oval Brushes



I have been dying to get my hands on some of these oval beauty brushes ever since they were first launched a few months ago, they are so unusual and I was really keen to see how they worked, p.s. don't they just remind you of the dentist?! (random I know) 

I've watched a number of YouTuber's reviews of these brushes some were good and some were not so good which made me want to hold off until I found a cheaper version and voila, Primark unveiled their PS Pro range a few months ago. 

On first impressions it is clear that they are cheaper products, they range starts from around £2 through to £5 or £6 and they have a number of sizes to choose from. The main neck of the brush is quite flimsy plastic, if you apply a lot of pressure it does seem to bend a little. However, the bristles are extremely soft making it easier to apply the products. I was quite shocked as I expected them to be more of a horse hair; much more sturdier. 

For me I wasn't so sure the first time I used these brushes, I used the bigger one to apply my foundation and I felt like I needed a lot of product, twice as much as I normally would to get the application I wanted and it seemed like the softness of the bristles soaked up the foundation. Next time I do think that dotting the foundation onto my face first before blending could be the way to go around it. 

I am pleased that I didn't spend a lot on them, but I am going to persevere with them a little longer to see if I can get the perfect technique for me. 

Have you tried these oval beauty brushes yet? 

Alice xxx


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  1. I was a bit on the edge the first time round, but you get used to them!

    Parie x
    classandglitter.com

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    1. I am hoping I do as they seem a fun concept and I love trying new things x

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  2. I'm still on the cusp of wanting to purchase these! It sucks because my local primark doesn't seem to stock them. Maybe it's a sign I should hold back ahaha!

    Kate - www.beautiboe.co.uk x

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    1. It took forever for my local Primark to stock them, it does only seem like they are in the major cities. They are online too but not sure you can buy online with Primark xx

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  3. I'm still on the cusp of wanting to purchase these! It sucks because my local primark doesn't seem to stock them. Maybe it's a sign I should hold back ahaha!

    Kate - www.beautiboe.co.uk x

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