I don't often get the urge to try new makeup brushes. I've been comfortable with my array of Real Techniques brushes and honestly, I love a good product that applies best with fingers. However, I've been hearing passing whispers that Zoeva brushes are pretty darn good so thought I'd give one a go. In fact, it was whilst watching a Lisa Eldridge video over breakfast I decided to get the 110 Face Brush. This is a small and densely packed brush that I've been loving to buff in my concealer both under the eyes and around the face. It blends product in so nicely and if I'm having a dry skin day doesn't cause my skin to shed further. Definitely soft and feels like a good quality keeper.
I also thought I'd pop in the bdellium 945 brush, I love the design of this one. It's a lot lighter and the bristles are more fanned out. I wasn't entirely sure what I wanted to use this for but I've found myself picking this up to apply a highlight from the Mai Couture Glowgeous Trio. It does the job well because it doesn't deposit or pick up too much product. However, I do find it's a bit pokey and not as soft as the Zoeva brush. I'm not convinced by this one but I'll definitely be looking into a couple other Zoeva brushes. I love the look of the Silk Finish Brush and the mini stippling because, well, I just have a thing for those kinds of brushes.