Probably the most handy set of the bunch is the make-over brush set, which includes four brushes in a handy travel case.
Powder Brush - I really like this large, rounded brush because it’s just the right size. I find some powder brushes can take over your whole face, but this is ideal for dusting loose or pressed powder for a smooth, natural-looking finish.
Finishing Brush - A soft bristled, flat brush that I have been using to make sure my foundation and powders are blended down into my neck, as well as for blending out my contour when I have been slightly heavy handed (come on we’ve all been there, right?). It’s a really handy brush to have in your kit.
Tapered Blending Brush - A hand-sculpted brush designed for contouring and shading. Its tapered tip allows you to accurately buffer for increased definition. Perfect for contouring down the nose, but I have also been using with eyeshadow, perfect eye blender.
Detail Brush - Again, great for the eyes or precise contouring/highlighting. This works really well at placing highlighter down the bridge of the nose and brow bone.
This can be used for absolutely anything; powder, blusher and bronzer. I have been using this for blush because it picks up just the right amount of product and makes it easy to blend for subtle cheek action.
FOAM APPLICATOR WAND (£10.99)*
I have tried many foamy type brushes before, and none have ever lived up to the beautyblender or any other make-up sponge. I just find them quite awkward to use. This one is quite soft and sqidgy (so much so it feels like it’s going to bend off while applying product - it doesn’t FYI!) but I am sorry to say that I still don’t love it. The sponge has been designed with a pointed tip and a flat edge, which is meant to evenly apply foundation and concealer to areas with precision. So this is definitely no good - for me - for foundation application; it takes too long to blend, however - when used damp - it’s great at blending out concealer under the eyes. The sponge is really soft and feels nice on the skin, but I am just not wowed. It has its uses like I said, for concealer, but i’ll probably just stick to my beautyblender unless I am traveling (this is good for that to ensure no product from the sponge gets on your hands). A bit hit and miss I suppose.
Overall though, a great brand with a great cause if you're in the market for new brushes (aren't we always? I always am!)