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Wednesday, 26 April 2017

New Beauty Finds


I love a good beauty find, I am always on the look out for new beauty tools wither it be a lipstick that's going to moisturise my lips plus enhance them or a hair brush that can detangle my hair really easily and recently I was sent these Lashes and Blush Brush from Sparkle PR to try out. 


First up I tried out the Lashes from Eye Candy. I love when lashes come with the glue because that's one thing I haven't actually invested in yet (Note to self, Buy Eyelash glue!) So when I opened the packet to see the glue I was pleasantly surprised, nothing worse than getting lashes and you can't wait to get them on and you have no glue. The eyelashes themselves are thin enough to build up your look to create more fuller looking lashes. 



I found them really easy to use, I always cut my lashes into three separate bits to make application smooth and I use tweezers to help be more precise, when applying I was able to position the lashes just where I wanted them, the glue didn't instantly dry making it easy to move some bits where I felt they weren't sitting right but once dried and in place they didn't move and I didn't have to re-apply any glue or loose any lashes throughout the night. I wore these lashes to a gig so it was a heavy going night and when I got home they were still in place. 



I can definitely say that I would buy more of these lashes, I was impressed with the quality, the glue held well and these lashes definitely made a great impression with me, I would for sure recommend these to anyone looking for lashes that help bulk up your natural lashes. 



Next up I tried the Brush works Blush brush. 

Very rarely do I venture out my comfort zone for make up brushes, I always love my spectrum collections ones but I am starting to find more and more that I would use regularly. 

When I seen that I was sent this brush I was really quite excited, have I found a new brand of brush that's not going to break the bank? 
These brushes are a good price to be honest and won't leave you crying at your balance once you've purchased them, but are they good quality? 

I really like the packaging, it's clear and straight to the point. You can see the brush clearly and it tells you what kind of make up brush it is. I really like the design of the brush, it's sleek and has a good trip on it. 


If I'm honest I can't say I would purchase this brush but I might venture into getting more brush works brushes because maybe it was just a bad brush in the batch but with all the shedding of the bristles it didn't really stand out to me. It was shedding as soon as I took it out the packet and after the wash test. I do hope that it was maybe a fluke and not all of their brushes are like that because the over all look of the brush is nice and it came in nice packaging so I would consider giving this brand another try. 

The brush was super soft which I did like, it wasn't bristily and applied the blush quite nice. The whole look of the brush is lovely and the feel is nice, it's just a shame that all the shedding of the brush let it down because if it never, I would be ranking this brush quite high. As I said, I would be willing to try out more from their range in the hopes this is just a one off. 


Thank's again to Sparkle PR for sending these out for me to try, I have now found lashes that I will most definitely buy again and got to try out a new make up brush. All in all I am happy with the products and would consider trying more from these ranges. 


You can get Eye Candy Lashes HERE and Brush works Blush brush HERE


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2 comments

  1. I used to buy these lashes from Body Care! They totally do the job and are such a bargain. The only annoying thing is that they can't really be reused, but hey ho - for the price I don't mind! Eyelashes are something I buy all the time! Cutting them into three to apply is GENIUS!! I've never thought of that before x

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