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Louise Young Foundation Brush | Review | L.E.M Beauty Blog

 Like most things i buy, I saw this on Anna ( you tube video. I was intrigued but the size of the brush and how quickly the foundation buffed onto the skin.
I did a bit of twitter research and the general feel of the brush was positive so while i was repurchasing my Oskia Renaissance Gel Cleanser i added the Louise Young LY34 to my shopping cart too. It was £24.00 for the brush so for me (I am a Real Techniques Girl I love the Buffing Brush) its a fair amount to pay for a brush. I have only been using the brush for about a week, but i really like it. At first i was a little worried that it was not going to be a good purchase for me because it felt like a traditional foundation brush however after a few used its softened and glides the foundation into the skin nicely. It has a really large head on the brush so you can cover the face in about a minute which is handy if you are in a rush getting ready! It also has a slightly tapered head so its handy for round the eyes and nose.  I have had a couple of bristles fall out but its not a huge problem for me to be honest. 

Its a multi purpose brush so not only do i use it for foundation i have also used it with cream Highlighter & blusher so i do think you are getting a pretty good product for your money. 

Louise Young Foundation Brush | Review | L.E.M Beauty Blog

Overall i would recommend the Louise Young Foundation brush for a speedy application 🙂 

What base brushes do you recommend? 

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