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Swiitch Beauty Sphere Brushes

#Brushes are definitely the one thing worth splurging on. I've dusted and #blended with just about every brush out there. So needless to say when these new "hairbrush" looking brushes hit the market I had to get my hands on them. These new makeup brushes on the block known by many names such as #Artis/#Oval/#Sphere are the latest #beautytrend.

This 10 piece #sphere brush set by #SwiitchBeauty is made from their #crueltyfree exclusive fibre, covering everything from #concealer and #foundation to #blush, #bronzer, #eyeshadow and #lipstick. These #brushes kind of look like a mini hair brush and have a much different shape and style than a typical #makeup brush and although they may look confusing and difficult, they're actually pretty easy to use.

The set comes with 5 Face/Oval brushes in different sizes, 3 Linear #brushes perfect for #contouring and 2 round brushes which can be used to blend #eyeshadow and #lipstick.

High-tec, soft fibres and a sleek modern design that delivers streak free, blended results. They are super soft and have densely packed bristles that allow for an #airbrushed finish when using #powders,#liquids and #creams. How ever when applying #foundation with the face/oval #brushes it does tend to look a lot heavier opposed to using a flat #foundation brush or #beautyblender.

I personally don't find the need to have 5 face brushes, especially since 2 of them are too big for my #face, although I guess they could be used for applying bronzers or foundation for your body.

The 3 linear brushes are great for achieving a perfect chiseled look when contouring your cheek bones and they're great for #contouring around your nose too. Once again I don't feel the need to have as many as 3, 1 could have done the trick just as well.

Personally speaking the rounded #brushes aren't the best for me, as my lips are quiet small for me to apply lipstick with them, however they are quiet useful when it comes to blending out #eyeshadow around the crease line.