Oh Sephora, you are slowly bankrupting me with your heaven like store. Not only have I been taking advantage of purchasing brands that aren’t available in the UK such as Marc Jacobs, I have been stocking up on brand such as Hourglass which are so much cheaper than in the UK. My last trip to Sephora ended up with me having a little make over and walking away with the MUFE HD Foundation, a new NARS blusher and the first brush to start my collection of the Sephora Pro Airbrush Brushes. The Sephora Pro Airbrush Blush Brush #54 is the first out of many that I intend to buy and here is why.
I have several brands of brushes already and my most used brush is the Real Techniques Blush brush. Although it is a quite a large brush, I always think that blush brushes should be a bit smaller as the larger they are, the bigger the area of the cheek they cover. The Sephora Pro Airbrush Blush Brush #54 is a smaller brush with medium length bristles that are more densely compact than other blush brushes. Still domed in shape, it gives a light, flawless, airbrushed finish.
The bristles are synthetic and softer than soft. As they are synthetic, they pick up both powder and cream blush without a problem and distribute the product evenly across your cheeks. Application is effortless and blending is a dream as the bristles glide across your skin. I honestly can’t describe just how perfect this brush is.
The Sephora Pro Airbrush Blush Brush #54 isn’t the cheapest brush at $34, which is around £20, however it isn’t more than what I would usually pay. I think my MAC Blush brush was £28 so its a lot cheaper than other brands. The next Pro Airbrush brushes I’ll be getting are #56 for Foundation and #57 for concealer. If you get chance to get a trip to Sephora or order online, then I whole heartedly recommend that you build up your collection with these beauties.