My Favourite Travel Brushes
Recently I've found myself travelling quite a lot and so I've got used to packing up my brushes and makeup so I've learnt what brushes I can't live without.
Both the RT Buffing Brush and Contour Brush are from the Core Collection so you cannot buy them separately but I 100% recommend that if you don't already, you buy the Core Collection as I love it. I reviewed them here back in 2013 and I still love them which is a pretty good sign. I swear by the Buffing Brush for foundation and it's always my go to brush.
I have had about 4 of the ELF Powder Brushes and I'm yet to find anything I prefer to apply my powder with and I've found one on iHerb for £1.94 which is a bargain so I'll be buying myself another one soon.
I bought Topshop's Blush Brush a few years ago and I still love it. Although the packaging (can I say that for a brush?!) has changed and the brush now has pink and white bristles I'm sure that it still works just as well as my 'old' one.
Finally the RT Fan Brush is from the Sculpting Set (review here) which I adore. I love the set in general but when I'm away I've only been taking the Fan Brush with me for highlighting.
Another brush I adore is the ELF Crease Brush which I use for putting shadow in my crease and for blending (I have 2 of these, so one for each job). I can't fault these brushes at all as they're the perfect size for my crease and yet again, another bargain from ELF.
I picked up the Next Eyebrow Brush a few years ago in a set for about £5 and I've never needed to replace it ever since. However MUA have an eyebrow brush that is only £1.50 which I think I'll try out.
If you've been keeping up with my blog you'll probably realise that these are now my favourite eyelash curlers and this photo was taken a while ago. Saying that, these Primark Eyelash Curlers still do the job and were only £1, bargain!
So there we have it, my favourite travel brushes that I swear by! Have you tried any of the brushes above? What are your favourite travel brushes?