16 October 2012

Blank Canvas Cosmetics Flat Top Kabuki Brush Review + Pics



It's always great when a new company comes along offering high quality make up brushes at affordable prices. And it's even better when that company turns out to be Irish!

Blank Canvas is the creation of Irish makeup artist Una Tynan who set out to design a range of stylish, well made brushes of professional quality. I've had the F20 Flat Top Kabuki brush to play with and I like it a lot - the synthetic bristles are super soft and perfect for buffing or stippling foundation. It's easy to clean, I've experienced no shedding thus far, and it's a very affordable €14.

You can buy Blank Canvas from their website here; and yep, they ship worldwide!

Brushes are a relatively new addiction for me but one that's quickly become full-blown - you can check out how my collection looked around this time last year here, and see what it's developed into on this post on beaut.ie.  I find them quicker and cleaner than using my fingers to apply - though I still do that sometimes - and feel it's easier to achieve a flawless finish.

What's your favourite brush brand? Anything I should really be checking out? And if you fancy building up your collection, come back this afternoon for an international giveaway that might help you do just that!

6 comments:

Adele said...

I swear by a good brush set. I have a Chanel set which I use daily.
Have a fab Tuesday Hun xoxo
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little t said...

No way- not too many Irish cosmetics companies around. I'll definitely be checking this one out!

EMA said...

Oh that brush looks so good!

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Rowena @ rolala loves said...

There is always a market for high quality makeup brushes at affordable prices. I use Shu Uemura brushes myself.


Rowena @ rolala loves

Scarie said...

I have this brush! Thinks better than my mac stippling brush but no where near as amazing as my pout stippling rush. I love that brush so mcj, I will cry when it dies ( have had it over 5 years)

Anonymous said...

I use Sephora brushes. They do a great job!

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