Anyone who is a fan of Pixiwoo, will no doubt have heard of Louise young. Her brushes are favoured by countless professionals, as they are extremely innovative, and well, work bloody great! Not only are they excellent quality, but they are also reasonably priced; if compared to say Suqqu.
The brush I am going to discuss with you today; is possibly the most unique of the range. With its distinctive dome shape; it epitomizes the foundation brush of my dreams. This is of course the Super Foundation brush or LY34. I love brushes such as the Mac 190; the traditional foundation brush. However such brushes can be a real hassle to use. They can apply streaky if you’re not 100% focused, and are a pain to clean.
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This brush embodies all the characteristics of the traditional foundation brush, with one major difference; it’s shape. The dome is firm if pressed, yet soft if moved in circular motions. making it the ideal brush for both application and blending, a feat that is often lacking in the majority of brushes these days.
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This brush allows you to blend your foundation effortlessly, making it ideal for early morning starts; or simply us lazy girls! This brush is also synthetic making it generous with your product; no slurped up foundation here! This is a fantastic brush, with many possible uses, such as cream blusher; or bronzer. Over the last week, I have put aside my stippling brushes, instead opting for this exquisite brush every day. The finish it creates is just fantastic, and so easily achieved. This is definitely worth a try, if you’re in the market for a new foundation applicator, or simply the best foundation brush I have ever tried.
Thanks for reading,