Revolution extended their Conceal and Define collection with lots of new launches this week, including the Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define Infinite Face Brush Set. As well as the brush set, they also launched an Infinite Setting Spray.
Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define Infinite Face Brush Set
I’ve had a somewhat mixed experience with their brushes, but I really like the look of this new Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define Infinite Face Brush Set.
From the many brushes I’ve tried from Revolution over the years, I’ve found that their face brushes tend to be the best quality. They’re usually really great, but their eye brushes tend to be less precisely.
The bristles can feel quite rough and bristly on the skin which is less than ideal on the delicate skin around the eyes. This new set is called their Infinite Base Brush Set, and it contains four pieces for £18.
The Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define Infinite Face Brush Set is described as being the perfect starter base brush set to create your complexion makeup.
Inside the set there’s a black, teardrop shaped blending sponge, a tapered blending brush, a large fluffy brush and a densely packed rounded brush. The blending brush looks ideal for setting your under eye area, or for applying highlighter.
The large fluffy brush looks like the perfect powder brush, and the brush with shorter, denser bristles looks very similar to the Real Techniques Expert Face Brush so it’d work amazingly for buffing in your primer or foundation. Then the blending sponge would also be great for blending in your foundation too.
One of the Revolution brush sets I’ve tried before, is their Ultra Sculpt & Blend Collection which had gold metallic handles.
However, the brushes felt very lightweight and cheap, but the design of the Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define Infinite Face Brush Set looks a lot more luxe
. The handles have a rose gold to black faded ombré design, with duo tone synthetic bristles which looks very soft. For £18 this is a really great set, and it works out at only £4.50 per piece in the set so it’s great value too.
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