Body Shop All-in-One BB Cream Review (Shade 03)

So, I popped into Body Shop with my £10 off voucher which you get if you buy something worth £15 the previous month or so; I am not sure how it works again. We all know Body Shop always has these offers and I am pretty sure I have never bought anything full price from Body Shop..nah, that ain't happening and it's not because they are not worth it; they absolutely are. It's just because they always offer these discount codes and other offers so why pay full price? Anyway, I popped down there and picked up the Body Shop Instablur Primer and Body Shop All-in-One BB Cream and both of them cost £16 altogether which is not too shabby at all (this was after all my discounts). Today's review will focus on the Body Shop All-in-One BB Cream....

Unless a product is amazingly fantastic, I see no reason why I should forgive a tube packaging; I just loathe it :-(. Plastic tubes are a little bit more acceptable but I generally don't like tubes for Foundation/BB creams packaging but I guess the default packaging for BB creams are tubes. Apart from that, it actually looks cute and it was lovely to photograph. Although it looks like a metal tube, it is plastic/elastic (I think) so it springs back into shape once you give it a squeeze and that is commendable.

I and BB creams have never gotten along because I have just never found any that suits me and  I have tried two BB creams: Drug store (Sleek BB Cream) and High end (Bobbi Brown BB Cream) and none of them were inspiring enough for me to make another purchase. My conclusion is there are very few BB creams that work well for women with darker skin. Somehow,  the lovely sales lady convinced me to try the Body Shop BB cream and I found myself just sitting down for a mini makeover. I was matched to the shade 03 which is more suited for olive/warmer/dark skin tones. At first, I had a poker face during application because I was so sure I was going to say"I told you no BB cream could suit me" but I was surprised; it actually looked nice. You see, its white texture is speckled with tiny pigments and particles that mimic the skin tone to create a blurring effect to the skin which is why it looked good on my skin and matched well.

This is when things go downhill; the texture is a little different to what I am used to. It feels liquid-ey which I don't mind but when it's time to blend it in, it becomes problematic. On my face, it just feels a little pasty and I feel I have to work really fast to ensure it blends really well. The best tool for using this BB cream is a Beauty Blender or any other sponge you may have but the Beauty Blender, for me, gives the best results. It also has a weird fragrance/scent which reminds me of something unappealing but I can't seem to place my fingers on it. It's not a bad smell per say but I am just not a fan although it's not unbearable and it does not get in the way of application.

I won't say it gives the best coverage, for Pete's sake it's a damn BB cream, but it gives that needed better-than-skin coverage. Paired with the Body Shop Instablur Primer, it gives a really good finish to the skin. If you have some dark blemishes like me, you may want to use a concealer to hide those blemishes if you want more coverage. To set this BB cream, I follow up with the MAC Mineralize Skin Finish Natural (MSF) and it just looks like my skin but much more better. I doubt if I can just use this BB cream on its own without a primer or a powder as I don't think it will deliver the same results. However, for summer, I think this is really promising.

Without any discounts, this retails for £12 which is not too bad for a BB cream seeing that high end brands are much more expensive. As mentioned earlier, Body Shop constantly has offers so you don't have to pay full price for this. I got BB Cream and the Instablur for £16 altogether when it should have been £26 so it's worth checking for discount codes before you make any purchases and their discounts run almost all year long.

1. I know I have mentioned this before but I am not a fan of the packaging although it looks beautiful.
2. The fragrance is not one of my favourites; I just don't find it appealing in any way.
3. The texture is a bit funny and not the easiest to blend.

Personal Thoughts
I know I may have sounded negative in this review (which was not my intention) but the Body Shop All-in-One BB Cream cream is actually one of the best I have tried despite all its cons/flaws listed above. The finished result is well worth the whole stress of applying it. As mentioned earlier, the primer (Instablur) and MAC Mineralize Skin Finish make it amazingly fantastic and it's perfect for summer. I use this during weekends when I have time to blend it in properly because blending this effectively can cause you go to late to work (speaking from experience, don't tell my boss..sshhh) . However, it gives a really natural and skin-like (but better) finish and I just really like it which is why I decided to post a review on it. Have you tried the Body Shop BB cream? See you in my next post...xx

P.S. Totally unrelated but Debenhams is having £5 off all Lipsticks today to mark National Lipstick Day (It's online and only today!!)..... and Yes!! It includes MAC Lipsticks (at £10.50 amazing!!).. (Link)

Clinique Chubby Stick Freebie in Glamour Magazine (July 2014)

I know this is almost late but Glamour Magazine has this amazing freebie- Clinique Chubby Stick (Lip Balms) in Super Strawberry and Woppin Watermelon in its July 2014 Issue. I think the best time to pick up magazines (and their freebies) is summer time and I just love how various magazines try to outdo each other with these freebies...  I complain not!! The Clinique Chubby Sticks have been around for a little while now but I have never thought of buying them although the packaging looks super cute. Clinique even has Chubby Sticks for the cheeks (recent launch) and for the eyes which means these chubby lil' sticks must be doing well. If you have not picked up Glamour Magazine for July 2014 by now, there is a very high chance you will not get these lovely Clinique Chubby Sticks and I say this because every one I know went to pick these up. It was really difficult for me to get my hands on them because they all seemed to be sold out everywhere I went to. Also, the fact that the magazine as £2 was not helping matters at all!! As you can see, I was greedy enough to pick up two of these magazines; one from ASDA and one from Waitrose. Don't even bother with the newsagent or WHSmith as some terrible people actually steal the freebies from the magazine. I wonder how they do it and get away with it!! Anyway, if you want to get this, best to try Waitrose, Marks and Spencer or ASDA. Apart from these Chubby Sticks, Glamour had two other freebies/samples: The Clinique High Impact Mascara sample and the Clinique Dramatic Moisturiser but I did not pick these up because I had tried them out already. Enough rambling and let's dive in...P.S. some of the pictures have a yellow tinge which is only there because it was quite dark-Sowiee about that!!!

Clinique Chubby Stick in  06 Wopping Watermelon
At first,I thought this would not show up on my lips because it seemed very light but I was surprised. It actually did. It is a sheer light pink shade which feels really moisturising but not greasy. I really like it and I have worn this alone on "no makeup" makeup days and on top of MAC's Lovelorn Lipstick. I love how simple and chic it looks on my lips and I think it's perfect for an everyday look and if you work in a conservative office. The packaging is really cute but not in a very girlish way which I like. It can be twisted up to get more product but there is no need at this stage as there is enough to last for a while before I would need to do that. The thing is, the little part peeking out cannot be twisted back into the packaging (I think that's the style) so you need to be careful when closing the lid because you may damage it. However, that has not happened yet. Thank God for that!! This Chubby Stick has been keeping my lips really moisturised although it has to be reapplied every now and again which I don't mind at all.

Clinique Chubby Stick in 07 Super Strawberry
Now this was the shade that I had to haunt down because it was nowhere to be seen and I can imagine why. As the name implies, it is deep strawberry shade which is surprisingly pigmented for a lip balm. I think this looks much more flattering on my lips and would definitely suit ladies with dark skin tones. Just like the Wopping Watermelon, this applies really easily and does not feel heavy/greasy on the lips. It does what it says and that is to moisturise the lips while adding some much needed colour. I have only worn this on its own because it is beautiful like that. It's one of those lip balms that you can reapply without a mirror because the pencil is shaped in a way that traces the contours of your lips perfectly. Also, thumbs up  to Clinique for choosing really fun names for these Chubby Sticks...even the name Chubby Stick is a lovely name and reminds me of a chubby baby with fluffy

Would I repurchase?
I really love these Chubby Sticks but for Pete's sake, they are £17 a pop and darlings, that is a lot of money for me to spend on a lip balm regardless of how wonderful it is. Maybe someday, when I have some loose change and Clinique is having their bonus time, just maybe!! If you are Lip Balm Girl and you don't mind the price, I would say go for it because it is truly amazing and the packaging is on point. I hope you had a wonderful weekend and I would see you in my next post..x

Bourjois Rouge Velvet Limited Edition Matte Liquid Lipsticks

Why do brands think it's okay to have the longest product name ever? It totally beats me but when these products are amazing, I guess I have little to complain about.I don't think I have ever tried liquid lipsticks so I was naturally intrigued to try this out. When I heard Bourjois had launched the Rouge Velvet Edition Liquid Lipsticks/Stains which were Matte at the same time, I knew I had to try it for myself. I don’t know if I can classify these as lipglosses because they look like one but I think they are actually liquid lipsticks. It does not say on the packaging though. Now, I bought these two at different times. Peach Club was purchased first and it was full price £8.99 and it looked so good that I was not even bothered at the price. They had other shades but they seemed to be too bright and I wanted something I could get more wear from as an everyday/summer lip colour. The second shade Nude-ist was purchased two weeks ago or so from Superdrug and it was much cheaper (£5.99) as it was on offer so there was absolutely no excuse...

Can we just give a resounding round of applause for Bourjois? I have to say this is the most luxurious drug store packaging I have ever come across. I am really impressed with Bourjois Packaging and it looks so much more expensive than it really is. It is hard plastic but feels very sturdy and it has a click when the wand is in place which I always like; it just feels satisfying to hear a click. The wand is small enough to cover the lips with one or two sweeps and that's all.

Whenever I hear the word "Matte " in the same sentence with Lipstick/Lipgloss/Lipstains I shuddered a little because pictures of unforgiving cracked lips being exposed sprung to mind. The fact that this matte lipstick claimed to be non-drying and non-sticky as well made me really curious and I can confirm that The Bourjois Rouge Edition Velvet lives up to its name and more. Its formula is non-sticky and it applies so smoothly and glides on even better which I think may be because the wand is uniquely shaped. It is really hard to explain the texture but it feels really sleek, silky and velvety but not wet/glossy/sticky. The biggest selling point for this is its staying power. Honey, let me tell you, this Liquid Lipstick is going nowhere no matter what you do...Eat, drink, talk, kiss, whatever you fancy, it won’t budge. You actually need to remove this with a makeup remover and that shows how impressive its staining power is. Sometimes, I use a lip brush to apply this from the wand because I want to prevent any "bleeding" and i find that it works and lasts much better that way.

I am always very careful with bright lips, I guess I am not that adventurous and I have always been partial to a nude lip or soft pink and demure looks which I think suits me best. So, I knew instantly that I would only choose similar shades with the Bourjois Rouge Edition.  As mentioned earlier, the first one I purchased was Peach Club which seemed like the safest of the lot they had at the time (There are loads of reds and pinks) I would describe it as true peach with a bright coral tinge. It reminds me of a Jemma Kidd Coral Lipgloss which I think may have been discontinued. I tried this out in store first on my hands (not on my lips thank you) and I liked how it looked so I bought it. This has to be the most I have spent on a drug store lip product and there was no offer at all. It is a perfect shade for Spring/Summer and it will suit most skin tones even if you are darker than me. I always use a lip liner (MAC’s Cork) before using this just because it looks much better. The next shade I bought was the Nude-ist which is not really a nude colour for my lips but maybe for someone with a paler skin tone. This is among the new launch of more Bourjois Rouge Edition and when I saw a press release of this, I knew I had to get it because it was right down my alley and more wearable for me. I would describe it as watermelon/dusty pink shade which is super pigmented as expected but I would say this will suit a wider range of skin tones than the others from the range. I have been wearing this ever since I purchased it because it is just my kinda shade.

It is not the cheapest drug store lip product with at £8.99 however; Superdrug and Boots constantly have offers for Bourjois products. At the time of writing, Boots is currently having a 3 for 2 offer on Bourjois products and Superdrug has this for £5.99 which is super impressive. I got the Peach Club full price without any offers but the Nude-ist was purchased for £5.99

Although the staying power is really strong, it begins fade ever so slightly in the middle of the lips which is not too bad as you can always reapply but I thought it was worth a mention. I also wish they launch more toned down shades especially a proper pinkish brown for ladies with darker skin tones.

Personal Thoughts
I am really falling in love with Bourjois products having already tried their Bourjois 1-Seconde Volume Mascara (review here) which was amazing. I just wish their Happy Light Foundation had my shade as I have heard many good things about them. I am pleased with these liquid lipsticks and these days, I always have a wander around the Bourjois stand which I never did because I did not rate their products (I know, I know....How could I have never tried them? ). Hope you enjoyed this and see you in my next post.

Sleek Face Form Palette Review (Medium)

I recently reviewed the Sleek Corrector and Concealer Palette which seemed to go down well with you and I promised to review the Face Form Palette which I think I may have purchased almost at the same time as the Corrector and Concealer Palette because I think some offers were up at the time. Sleek Face Form Palette is not entirely new to me per say because I had previously tried the Sleek Contour Kit which I totally love but the Sleek Face Form comes with an additional blush which enticed me to pick it up.

As expected from Sleek Packaging, the Face Form comes in a sturdy matte black case which houses the Contour, Highlighter and Blush. I have to say it is a much bigger packaging than the Sleek Corrector and Concealer Palette which means you get more product which is an added value for your buck. My shade is Medium 374 and I am not sure but they may be a Dark but I have not really seen that shade in store or maybe it is always sold out. Who knows?

How I use it
I have already featured this in my May Favourites Blog Post and it has remained one of my favourite products from month to month. The Contour section is perfect for my skin tone and it is very pigmented which means a light hand and effective blending is essential. I use my Real Techniques Contour Brush which is part of the Core Collection and it does the job wonderfully well. Sometimes, I go back in with my Real Techniques Expert Face Brush to blend it in a little more. I use the contour for the side of my face to give it some definition which it may have lost after I have applied foundation and it just makes a massive difference although I am not an expert in the contouring malarkey. The Highlighter section is also a nice shade which is not too glittery which I find in some highlighters which makes it rather unsuitable to wear especially if you have darker skin tone. The Sleek Highlighter gives a more subtle highlight which illuminates the high points of my cheek bone. To be fair, I don't really like using this everyday but when I do, it is just amazing especially for the summer. I find that the best brush for this is the Real Techniques Setting Brush which is one of my favourite RT brushes because I have got so much use from it. Last but not least is the Blush section which drew me to this palette. I love bright blushes for occasions but for everyday use, I love really toned down blushes which are subtle but gives that added glow to the face and cheeks. I have very high cheek bones which are quite chubby so blushes are very noticeable on my face so I try to keep it really calm over there. This Blush is bronzey deep brown shade which is very flattering and perfect for summer. It can also double as a bronzer but as expected from Sleek, it is very pigmented so a light hand is very much needed. I use the Real Techniques Blush Brush for this and it is perfect because it distributes this pigmented blush really lightly so you don't have to worry about blending too much.

I think this may be one of their best selling products because it is always sold out in most Boots and Superdrug stores I pop into. Maybe I am unlucky, who knows? Anyway, when I finally laid eyes on it, I grabbed it for £9.99 which is not an amount that will break the bank and I have had so much use from it that I am seriously considering purchasing a backup even though it is not showing any signs of depleting. I think there are offers on Sleek Cosmetics in Boots, Superdrug and the Sleek Website.  so this is a good time to purchase this as usual.

To be fair, I can't really think of any at the top of my head because I have just really been enjoying it. I guess maybe Sleek should introduce a few more shades because I can imagine that some ladies may not find any shade that is best suited for them. I believe they have Fair, Light, Medium and I think Dark and some people may fall outside of these categories. But to be fair, Sleek Palettes usually suit a wide range of skin tones and complexions.

Personal Thoughts
As mentioned earlier, this has been a firm favourite from month to month and I absolutely love it. I have not even tried any other contour kit from any other brand because I feel Sleek Contour and Face Form Palette packs the punch and it is very affordable. They are definitely one of the best drug store contour kits available (yes, that is a really wide claim but I am sure you would agree with me). See you in my next post...x

Longchamp LM Metal Large Shopper/Tote Review

I have not always been a handbag girl and I cannot classify myself as one but it is slowly turning into a little love/addiction. I have quite a few bags but I only use one at a time until I get fed up and change it. I admire people who change their bags ever so often; I am too lazy for all that malarkey. Of course, I change my bag if I am going for an event, say, church, wedding, dinner, etc as it would be atrocious to lug around my heavy everyday bag. Zara is my go-to High Street Store for anything handbag or leather accessories because they are so fantastic in quality, style and price and they last really well. Read my reviews of my Zara Bags here and here to see what I am talking about. Anyways, my most expensive bag is/was my Zara Office City Bag which I still love but it's quite heavy and encourages me to stuff it to the brim. Zara Bags are the bridge between good quality and affordable prices and they are my usual choice when I want to splurge on a bag. However, I have been eyeing Longchamp bags for over two years, in particular, the Le Pliage range which is the commonest and best selling Longchamp bag. I could not decide on what colour I wanted and to be fair, I did not really want to purchase a bag that was really common despite my lust love for it.

Enter the Longchamp LM Metal Large Shopper...Before now, I had never seen this design so I was quite intrigued and even more when I discovered it was on sale in Elys Wimbledon. When I heard Elys were having sales, I popped down (as you will)  to see what was on offer. Most of the best selling colours of the Le Pliage were sold out/not on sale until I spotted this lovely one- The Longchamp LM Metal and it was love at first sight although I deliberated on buying it but it was on offer and who even sees Longchamp bags on offer? It's not an everyday occurrence so I picked it up. Although it may look like an impulse buy but it’s not technically because I wanted a Longchamp bag since 2012 which is a pretty long time to be lusting after a bag that won’t technically break the bank or piggy savings in my opinion.

The Story behind the Brand-Longchamp
Longchamp was founded in 1948 by Jean Cassegrain who inherited his family’s Tobacco shop and decided to create an innovative pipe wrapped in leather which was instant hit and was sold exclusively in his store. Seeing that leather was desirable, he branched out into more leather goods like handbags, purses, wallets and other leather accessories which were also instant hits. With a new line comes the need for a new name, he chose the name “Longchamp” after he was walking past a Horse Race Track in Paris and he thought that would be an amazing name and I can't agree more. In case you are wondering, Longchamp in French translates to “Long Field” and it is the basis for the Longchamp Logo which is a Jockey riding a horse and I really like it. Today, Longchamp is a brand going strong even after 66 years of its launch.

Longchamp LM Line
The Longchamp LM line was first launched in the early 1970s and as usual, they were an instant hit. The original LM Line was made of Calf-Skin Leather which was silk screened with a vintage horse and belt criss-cross logo but the line was discontinued in the 1980’s. In 2008, the LM line was re-launched in honour of Longchamp’s 60th anniversary although the re-launch is slightly different to the original one. Longchamp LM metal collection is known for how uniquely it showcases the LM logo in a wide variety of fabrics and patterns. The LM range comes in Metal and Cuir but the LM Metal is much cheaper than the Cuir. The LM Metal has the horse (with jockey) and Belt print borrowed from the original LM range with a signature equestrian grid which patterns a shimmering metallic tote.

Details of the LM Metal Large Shopper/Tote
The Longchamp LM Metal comes in various sizes: Small, Medium and Large and it also comes in various shapes: Totes (Shoppers) and Handbags. The basic difference between the Longchamp Handbags and Totes/Shoppers lies in the handle; the Handbag has a shorter handle which means you can only hang it in the crook of your hand or elbow while the Tote has a longer handle which can be worn over the shoulder. I personally prefer the Totes because it feels more comfortable and I prefer to have my hands free. I believe the Totes are slightly more expensive than the Handbags. Its dimensions are: Height (30cm), Width (31cm) and Depth (19cm). It is made from coated cotton which makes it really durable. Its outer body is quite soft because it is not made from canvas as found in the Le Pliage. It has an internal slip pocket and a top zipper and popper fastening all embossed with the Longchamp Horse/Jockey symbol. Inside is fully lined and made from a burnt orange cotton material which is easy to clean. It also has fixed leather handles that has a 9inch drop which means it drops to the side of the bag when it is standing.

I have had this for a month now and it still looks brand new. This is my new everyday bag and I love it because it has a lot of  space. It does not have any partition inside which means that your handbag items can get missing in the abyss which is why I purchased handbag dividers which give the bag some structure and also helps me organise my items. To be honest, due to its wide space, I load this bag with a lot of things which is really bad but I love that it contains all the essential things I need. I initially had some problems with structure before the handbag dividers arrived so I just cut some cardboard and put it at the bottom of the bag and it made a massive difference. I found the cardboard in the bag when I purchased it which I guess they left inside to give the bag some structure and shape when it was on display. You can buy any cardboard from your local stationery shop to do the job

I have not had any issues with cleaning it although it is a little difficult to clean inside because it is made from coated cotton but it cleans well eventually. I just turn the bag inside out to get rid of any debris and lightly clean it with a damp cloth and leave it to air dry. The exterior is easier to clean and I just use a microfiber cloth for that it looks brand new again. The exterior hardly gets dirty anyway because of the texture of the material

I got this on sale in Elys Wimbledon for £60 which is a massive bargain from the original price of £86 which is still the current price in Selfridges, Saks, Nordstrom and of course, the Longchamp website and outlet stores. A few sellers sell it in on Ebay but I have not yet learnt the skills of purchasing designer handbags or any luxury goods from Ebay so I steer clear.

Personal Thoughts
I am sure you can tell that I am obsessed with this bag (imagine how many photos I took; it's ridiculous..I know, I know!!)  and my love for it seems to grow every single time I use it. It’s a perfect everyday bag and it’s my first dabble into a somewhat designer bag and I am really pleased with it. I am thinking of adding a wallet or cardholder...just a fleeting wish! If you are thinking of buying it, I suggest buying it from Duty Free (if you are travelling) as it would be slightly cheaper. Sadly, Elys has sold out all their Longchamp Sales items. I also heard from the grapevine that this collection will soon be discontinued (again!) so now is the time to buy it. Oooohh, it also has comes in Gold and White colours which all look beautiful but Black seems more universal which is why I chose it.  Hope you enjoyed this post and I will see you in my next...x

Top 5 Foundation Brushes

I have never been one to use my fingers to apply foundation and I am actually shocked as to how people manage to pull it off and still look so put together. I have always used foundation brushes for foundation and my fingers for other kinds of makeup like concealer, eye shadows (don't judge me), etc.  Following on from previous post on Tips on Choosing the Right Foundation, I thought it would be useful to have Foundation Brush post as a sequel . I can only talk about the brushes I have in my collection so this is not a very extensive list but those which I have tried and tested so I can report back to you. These are not necessarily tips but more like the foundation brushes in my stash.
P.S. I went a little cray cray with pictures so it's a picture heavy post so pardon me :-)

Real Techniques Buffing Brush
Let me introduce you to my BFF. I love this brush and it has to be one of the best foundation brushes I have ever used and I have a review on it here. It has a slightly domed shape which buffs in foundation in the right places and with the right coverage. It feels ever so soft and fluffy and I absolutely love it. It's best if you are after medium-full coverage and it gives an even flawless base. The bristles are dense but not stiff which helps with application. If you are looking for an all rounder, this is your guy...Grab him!!

Nanshy Flat Top Foundation Brush*
This is one of my favourite brushes for foundation because it has a flat top which means it has a larger surface area so you can work faster on your face. Its bristles are also very dense and it feels ever so soft. The thing with it is, it absorbs products really fast/well which may lead to waste so you need to work quite fast with it. This is also good for medium-full coverage. I like the white handles and the white tips which just makes it look ever so lush.

Lancome Pointed Foundation Brush
Although this is a travel size version, it is as good as a full size. I really like how small it looks because it is easy to work with especially if you have small fingers. Most pointed foundation brushes are perfect if you want full coverage because they layer up the foundation as opposed to buffing it in. It takes more time but you can achieve a really flawless finish with this. It's also good for those hard to reach areas like between your nose and near the eyes. I also used this for concealer because it is small and more targeted.

Body Shop Foundation Brush
Just like the Lancome one, the Body Shop Foundation Brush is a typical pointed tip foundation brush which is useful in layering foundation on the skin. Generally, I feel pointed foundation brush take up more time and require more expertise to get a nice flawless finish and I guess most Makeup Artists can achieve this easily. I use this brush when I have a lot of time in the morning because it's not one that you just buff in and go; you need to work it in properly. This is one of my oldest brushes and it has served me well and it's going on strong. The bristles are still soft although with more than a few washes, they are no longer as soft as they used to be. All in all, this is a firm favourite especially when I want a really flawless finish and I have loads of time to get ready.

Beauty Blender
This is the most recent addition to my foundation brushes. Well, it's technically not a brush but I would say it is better than most brushes. It looks like an egg/dome shape or a stress ball as my BF describes it. Due to its shape, softness and elasticity, it is perfect for any kind of coverage you are after be it light, medium or full, you can be sure the beauty blender will deliver depending on your blending technique The pointed tip is perfect for under the eyes and between the nose and the base( larger rounded bit) is good for all the other parts of the face. It can also be used for other makeup bases apart from foundation like BB creams, Tinted Moisturisers and the like. It is amazing and a full review will be up soon so stay tuned!!

I have other Foundation brushes like the Real Techniques Expert Face Brush which is equally amazing but I think these five are the most used within my stash. Let me know what your most used/favourite brush is. See you in my next post...x

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