The EcoTool brushes are a recent addition to my make up brush collection (which has grown considerably since I realised I hadn't bought any new ones for years). They are made by EcoTools and the ones pictured are a mixture of the Fresh & Flawless Complexion Brush Set (£11.99 for a set of 5 brushes) and the EcoTools Duo Eye Enhancing Set blending and shading brushes (£6.99 for two brushes, double ended).
The brushes are made of natural materials and they are very soft and glide effortlessly across your eyes and face, the handles are made of bamboo so are very light. I bought these in Superdrug and must admit to taking ages to choose as there were several options, the range is fairly extensive and they are extremely good value as they are lovely brushes and well priced. I've just checked the Superdrug.com website and they are all on there if you want to go and have a look.
Before I bought these (and my Real Techniques which I will do a post on soon) I'd been using a mixture of Laura Mercier, MAC and Bobbi Brown brushes as well as a Ruby & Millie brush which just goes to show how long I've had them as Ruby & Millie are not in business as a brand any more (more's the pity). I don't think I realised before the importance of having good brushes, and clean brushes as well, they really do make a difference to the application of make up and the overall
Great for Travel
I took the Fresh & Flawless Complexion Brush Set on holiday (hence the photo of them on the sunbed) as they were in a very handy case that I just put in my bag. When I got home they went straight in my brush pot alongside my new Real Techniques brushes (another brand I'm currently obsessed with!). I washed them gently in Baby Shampoo and flat dried them over a towel on the radiator overnight and they were good as new in the morning.
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