My Favourite Affordable Makeup Brushes




My makeup brush collection is ever growing and becoming abit of a pain in the butt when it comes to cleaning them often but I love to try out new brushes and find what works best with different products. Todays post is about some of my favourites that are also very affordable! You don't need to spend loads of money to get a great quality brush.


Firstly I will talk about one of my favourite foundation brushes, the Morphe E6 Premium Flat Buffer Brush. I have spoke about this brush in my Morphe Brushes Review which was one of my first ever posts back in January. This brush costs around £15, depending on where you buy it from. It is a very dense flat brush which is great for keeping the coverage in the foundation and makes it easy to blend without leaving any streaky marks on the skin. I only use this with liquid foundations. It is a very sturdy, great quality brush with no shedding that I can't be without.



Next is another Morphe Brush which was mentioned in my Morphe Brushes Review and in my Januray Favourites. The E8 Detail Contour Brush which costs around £9. Other than my Beauty Blender this is the only brush I will use to buff out concealer, it isn't too dense but not too fluffy either. Blends out product seamlessly and doesn't shed. This is also great for contouring which is what it was made for and works best for me to blend out cream bronzers giving a natural finish.



This next one is a great all rounder brush. The Makeup Revolution Pro F105 Contour Brush. I use this brush to set my undereye concealer, apply bronzer and blusher. This brush is super affordable with it only being £3.49 from Superdrug. It is very soft and makes blending very easy, it doesn't leave bronzer or blusher looking patchy on the skin. I haven't experienced any shedding with this which I am surprised by since its low price tag.



Another great brush for bronzing is the Real Techniques Powder Brush costing £10.99. I don't use this too often for bronzing but when I do it applies product evenly and is a lovely soft brush. I mainly use this brush to bronze my neck since I can never get a perfect match with foundations but I do occasionaly use it to powder my whole face aswell if I am in a rush. It is very large so makes it very quick and easy. Again, this does not shed.




My last favourite brush which by far is the most affordable is from my £4 Makeup Brush Set post. It is the unbranded fluffy rounded blending brush from Ebay which is a dupe for the Sigma P82 Precision Round brush. It is very soft and blends out product really well. I have actually used this brush to do a whole eye look and the end result looked pretty good if I do say so myself. The whole brush set is great to have for £4!




What are the brushes you are most loving right now? There are so many great brands out there offering such affordable brushes. There is so much to choose from and it can be quite overwhelming.

Thanks for reading,
HannahLeanne