Sunday, 9 October 2016

Makeup Revolution Precision Pro Oval Brush Review

Make up brushes aren't things I buy too often. I seem to fall in love with a hand full and stick to them until they either completely fall apart or something really sparks my interest. The latter was definitely the case with the Makeup Revolution Precision Oval Pro Brush.

Since oval brushes swept the blogging world about a year ago I have been totally intrigued. I kept reading reviews of different brands left right and centre and couldn't decide if they would work for me or not. The reviews were all very mixed with some people swearing by them and other swearing off them for life, so I came to the conclusion I just had to try one for myself. 

Makeup Revolution Precision Pro Oval Brush

The Artis brushes were far too expensive for me; especially if I wasn't sure if they would work for me or not, but the cheap ebay alternatives that were floating around just didn't appeal to me. I just couldn't see how a make up brush costing roughly £2 would leave my make up looking good on my skin. So I was looking for a happy medium.

That's when I spotted how Make Up Revolution were branching into the oval brush craze and, to my delight, for a reasonable price. They aren't expensive but still not stupidly cheap that they had me automatically assuming they'd be crap. So off to Superdrug I went to pick one up.

Makeup Revolution do have a number of brush sets so you can buy a handful of different sized oval brushes and although this is a cheaper way of doing it, I didn't want to buy more than one brush until I knew if I liked them or not. The Precision Pro Brush is only £10 which is a great price for a brush, especially one that looks this pretty.


This brush is actually really great and I fell in love after just one use. The brush gives amazing coverage and you don't have to take ages blending to get an even finish. The bristles are really tightly packed so don't soak up a lot of the product. It took me a little while to get used to having to do circular motions instead of the buffing motion in order for this brush to reach it's full potential but once I got comfortable, I really loved the pay off it gives.

The Makeup Revolution Precision Pro Oval Brush is also super soft. I know most brushes are beyond soft nowadays but I find the cheaper brands don't quite get this softness right. This brush however is a dream to touch and feels amazing on the skin. The only negative thing about this brush is that it's a little difficult to clean, but for the shamefully long lengths of time I go between washes, this shouldn't be too much of an issue for me. 

So, not only is this brush gorgeous to look at and will most definitely be featuring in a lot of my Instagram pictures (no doubt you'll get bored of seeing it) but it is also an amazing brush to actually use. It provides great coverage and gives a beautiful finish with real ease. 

Have you tried any oval brushes? How about this range from Make up Revolution? Let me know your thought's below.

Thanks for reading,
Hannah xxx
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4 comments

  1. I really want to try these brushes, your post may have persuaded me to go get some!

    Warmth and love
    Jazziepickles xoxo

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  2. I really want to try these brushes, your post may have persuaded me to go get some!

    Warmth and love
    Jazziepickles xoxo

    Www.jazziepickles.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. I've seen Oval brushes everywhere but wasn't sure if they would be something I'd invest in.. for £10 though this brush sounds amazing. I love Make up Revolution so will have to give this a go! x

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