Monday, 21 November 2016

Charlotte Tilbury Cheek and Sculpt Brush Review



I bought this Charlotte Tilbury Cheek and Sculpt brush after watching a YouTube video on her personal channel. As you may know from my previous reviews and hauls, I collect makeup brushes like they're going out of style, so it didn't really take much persuasion to make me buy this brush!

I saw Charlotte use this brush in a video where she did Olivia Culpos makeup. The video was just so refreshing to watch, it didn't seem too scripted and awkward like some tutorials can, they genuinely looked like friends hanging out.

Naturally after watching the video I went and bought everything that I didn't already own. One of which was the Cheek and Sculpt Brush. The way she used this brush on Olivia alongside the powder Filmstar Bronze and Glow just looked so stunning.

She lightly dabbed the brush in the contour shade and said her famous catchphrase... "Follow the hallow", meaning under the cheekbones and it looked absolutely gorgeous.



So I ordered it the same evening that I watched the video. I paid for express delivery like I always do and it was delivered the following day. This brush really has changed the way my contour looks.

Thanks to the small and not overly fluffy bristles it applies the product precisely to the area where you want it, but because it is tapered it helps to defuse the product and help to look natural. Before I had this brush I used the Real Techniques Blush Brush, which is a large tapered brush and as great as it is, it can make the contour look too large and sometimes choppy.



As I am sure you have seen, all over the Internet Charlotte Tilbury makeup is raved about all over as are her brushes. They are a very high quality and simply by feeing the brush you can sense the quality.

So, I have been using this brush for around a month or so now and I have used it everyday and cleaned it regularly and it still looks brand new. Also through all the uses I haven't notice one single hair shed from the brush. Which is a problem that I found quite a lot with my MAC brushes, sometimes with the MAC 187 the malting can be so bad that I have to pick the hairs off my face using tweezers!

I think I paid £32 when I bought this brush directly from the Charlotte Tilbury website, it may be a lot but if the quality is anything to go by I can already tell this is going to be a staple in my collection for many years to come.

Aside from contouring I have used this brush to powder my entire face, it is pretty small but it does the job amazingly because it doesn't hold too much product within the bristles. It is also great for touch ups throughout the day because it isn't too large to carry in my handbag when I am out and about.

Overall, there is no other way to say this but I really love this brush. It has soon became a favourite of mine and I can't wait to buy and try out new Charlotte Tilbury brushes in the future.

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4 comments

  1. I'm glad to hear that this performs to match it's price tag, I don't usually spend too much on brushes but I love a good tapered brush so definitely going to check this one out!

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    xx

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    1. I really do think it is worth the money!

      Danielle xx

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  2. I so very nearly bought this last week on Cult Beauty then decided I couldn't part with the money for one brush but it sounds and looks amazing! I might still buy it!

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    1. I really do think that it is worth the money, I have used it everyday since I first bought it!

      Danielle

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