I’ve been meaning to write about these brushes for ages. I’ve had the pleasure of working with these Eco Tools make-up brushes from the Complexion Collection range on lots of occasions. They’re a permanent part of my make-up brush line up. Here’s some of the amazing benefits you’ll get from these brushes.
- Firstly they are synthetic so completely bacteria free. I’ve heard of serious staphylococcus infections through real hair make-up brushes infecting broken skin after sharing dirty brushes with friends.
- These brushes are easy to wash and very quick to dry.
- No malting hair so preventing any getting stuck to the face.
- These brushes offer a sturdy and directional application whether you’re using cream or powder, great for contouring, blusher and eye shadow and good for body painting.
Further info on Eco Tools and available to buy online here at Boots UK
Through my work i’ve used many different types and makes of Lashes. From high glam, advertizing, portraits and drag artists. Seems they never go out of fashion. Just think back in relation to Hollywood films with leading ladies like Clara Bow in the 20’s and Gene Harlow in the 30’s ( one of the first blonds in movies) they wore false lashes to accentuate their eyes on film to lure and engage the viewer. Ardell invited me to celebrate 45 years at the Langham Hotel in central London with a glamorous event to show off the new Press On Lashes and natural styles. Certainly Oscar Winners.
The NEW press on Ardell lashes come in styles 101, 105 and Wispies £8.45, the ones below £5.49, lashes are knotted and feathered by hand using natural hair so will have a soft natural effect.
ARDELL® lashes are stocked at Boots, Superdrug and Tesco stores nationwide.
@Ardell_Lashes On twitter at the moment they have a competition to win a VIP trip to Hollywood for two. Ardell Lashes.