It was a beautiful day in London. Blossom fever is definitely at its max. And I was preparing this post in the sunshine…what a bliss!
Hope your day is going just fine!
Along with the Zoeva Rose Golden complete Eye Set, I also purchased 2 brushes from the Rae Morris Magnetic range. Something I have always wanted to try…So as soon as I got an email from Beautybay informing me that they now stock Rae Morris brushes…my fingers pulled the triggers happily:)
Photos as I unboxed the brushes:
After using the brushes for a few weeks, I’m glad to report that I really love them. As you have seen from my previous post that I have been gravitating towards cream blushes and the Rae Morris Deluxe Kabuki brush has been a perfect applicator. The bristles are made from goat hair and it is very soft.
Prior to owing the Rae Morris Deluxe Kabuki brush, I was using the Real Techniques Contour Brush. I find that the Real Techniques Contour Brush was good to use for dabbing the cream blush on. However, it was to dense and to rough for blending the edges out without disturbing the foundation underneath. Unlike the Rae Morris Deluxe Kabuki, I can dab the product on slowly using one side of the brush and use another side to blend the edges out.
Here are a few pictures to compare the Rae Morris Deluxe Kabuki and the Real Techniques Contour Brush:
I have not stopped using the Rae Morris Deluxe Kabuki since I received it. You can also use the Rae Morris Deluxe Kabuki for powder blush, setting powder and contouring.
The Rae Morris Square Kabuki brush is a something that I am still experimenting with. I’m still trying to study what the best applications are. The bristles are made from Blue squirrel hair and it is ultra soft. It is perfect to contour the sides of your nose. I am still perfecting how to use it to contour my cheeks without creating harsh lines. But it is definitely an effect that I can not do in a hurry:)
I have not tried but I can foresee using the Rae Morris Square Kabuki Brush to polish the side of my eyes, to dust away any fall out under my eyes. Rae Morris recommends this brush also with cream products, so you can probably use it to blend out your foundation at the edges of your hair. It is a small brush and can be use for multi purposes. So I can see that it is a great brush to pack with on my travels.
Have you tried any of the Rae Morris brushes? What are your criteria for makeup brushes?
Thank you for reading.
“It’s up to you to find beauty in the uggliest days.”