- Facial cleansing brush
Believe the hype about the cleansing gadget that gives you beautiful skin. These brushes exfoliate and remove dead skin cells, revealing a healthy and glowy complexion. They are even gentle enough to use daily! I believe the rotating brush heads are better for a deeper clean other than the vibrating ones. Anyways, don’t take my word for it, these come in a range of prices so they are affordable. Grab one and transform your skin.
2. Beauty blender
It has taken me a while to accept the beauty blender as part of my makeup application process. I was fine with using brushes to apply and blend my foundation and concealer until I decided to get myself a beauty blender. I love it! I like to run it under some water, then squeeze the excess water out and then dab my makeup with it to achieve and even and dewy finish.
You can also use it when its dry to swipe off some extra makeup and bend out brush lines.
Keep your brows on fleek and perfect your eyebrow arch with this classic beauty tool. Tweezerman tweezers are perfect, the slanted tip is the secret to achieve precisely sculpted browbar brows. They will also come in handy to untangle your tangled necklaces which can be a pain when you’re only using your hands. Catch a bit of the knot and gently tug on it to loosen it. As it gets looser, there will be enough necklace for you to hold, untie and untangle.
The latest skin care innovation for problem skin! These cutting-edge masks work using LED light technology claim to rejuvenate the skin help treat problems such as acne, wrinkles, discolouration and plenty more. Although prices may not be affordable for everyone, treatments in beauty salons begin at a mere £45. Celebrities such as Kourtney Kardashian, and Chrissy Teigenhave used these so could this be the future of skincare?
- Makeup brushes
Gone are they days where we used our fingertips and hands to apply makeup. Make up brushes are a beauty girls staple. Whatever you need to apply, there’s a brush for it. However, take caution not to buy into the cheaper foundation brushes. Their fibres are more likely to leave brush strokes, but they are suitable for eyeshadow, eyeliner, blush and contour. For a more even finish, go over it with your beauty blender.
Written by Fiona Bigirwenkya
Edited by Jasmin Woodward