I recently purchased some Charlotte Tilbury makeup brushes and am blown away by the quality of them. I think that nice makeup brushes make a huge difference in how your makeup looks, and are worth investing in more than your makeup. In my experience, a nice brush will make almost any product look smooth and blended, whereas a bad brush will make even the nicest makeup going on streaky. I have therefore been slowing growing my collection over the last few years and the Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Complexion Brush, Eye Smudger Brush and Beauty Filter blush brush are my favorites to date!
I bought the Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Complexion Brush after a Nordstrom sales woman tested some products on my face and used the brush. It is hands down the best foundation brush I have ever used. It is soft, the bristles are dense, and it truly gives an airbrush finish. When I used the brush the first time I literally said "Woah!" out loud, I was so impressed with how it smoothed and blended my foundation and the Flawless Filter. The dual ends make it easy to fit around your noise, hairline and chin as well. If you are going to buy a foundation brush, buy this one!
The Charlotte Tilbury Eye Smudge brush is the perfect size to apply eyeshadow to the crease of your eyelid, as well as the inside and outside corners of your eye. I love how it both applies eyeshadow really nicely and blends it out, since I used to use two brushes for my eyeshadow. In addition, the brush is soft instead of scratchy like most smudges brushes.
Finally, I have the blush brush from the Charlotte Tilbury Beauty Filter Pretty Youth Glow Blush set. It is a very unique shape - the brush has a diver in the middle so it sits on top of your cheekbone perfectly. It is very soft and very dense, so it picks up a lot of product with one swipe. I love the unique shape, and that it applies cream blushes and not just powder ones.
Overall, I am so happy with my purchases and give these brushes an A+. Have you tried Charlotte Tilbury brushes? Do you have any makeup brush suggestions?