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Artiste Brushes

Wednesday, 27 April 2016
manicure artiste brush brushes review
I have always been a bit of a fan of the Artiste brushes (full review here) and I was lucky enough to get some more recently to try out for you guys. They are all great but there is one that is AMAZING and fills a gap in my brush collection so stay tuned to find out which one is my new favourite. 

There is a lot to love about this range of brushes. They are a really great affordable option that are readily available from Priceline and are often on sale. For instance, there is currently a 3 for 2 sale on all Artiste brushes at Priceline until 3rd May 2016. It is also a great alternative to the Real Techniques range which seems to be the only other good drugstore option for brushes in Australia.
Artiste Rounded Powder Brush #12 $23.95
Artiste Rounded Powder Brush #12 review
This is quite simply a lovely powder brush. The bristles are quite soft and I actually really like the domed taper top. It means you can target the powder on smaller areas or push a little harder which makes the bristles spread out on a larger area. It is a good medium-large sized powder brush which also moderately dense to blend the powder nicely without packing it on too heavy. Basically, there isn't many good affordable and accessible powder options but this is a great one.

Artiste 2-in-1 Foundation/Concealer Brush #50 $24.95
Artiste 2-in-1 Foundation/Concealer Brush 50 review
Now for my favourite! I don't really think is the right shape or big enough to use as an all over foundation brush, it is an amazing concealer brush to blend out my undereye concealer and highlight. The bristles are soft and dense which blends out my concealer beautifully. I also love that it tapers to a really defined point which means I can blend it in the tricky inner corner of my eye and right up to my lashline while also using the side to blend out larger areas. For the longest time I never really got on with traditional concealer brushes so I just used my fingers. This has really filled a gap in my brush collection and I have been using it every day since I got it. 

Artiste Short Handle Bronzer Brush #23 $20.95
Artiste Short Handle Bronzer Brush #23 review
I already have the other long handle #20 Bronzer Brush ($20.95) which is also slightly smaller and less dense but I think I like this stumpy version better. I do have to note though that I had a bit of dye come out the first time I washed this but I didn't have any issues when using it. This is perfect for really buffing in bronzer around the perimeter of the face and the short thick handle also makes this very comfortable to hold and buff in. The bristles are also moderately soft (though I have felt softer) and it blends really nicely. It is of course too big if you want a more defined contour but I love it for a more all over, natural bronze.

So there you have my review of the newest additions to my Artiste brush collection. I do quite like a lot of their brushes. They have a great range at a great price point to give use something more to choose from than just Real Techniques brushes which are of course awesome too. Have you tried any Artiste brushes that I should try next? Will you be picking some of these up to try after reading my review? Let me know in the comments below.
2 comments on "Artiste Brushes"
  1. I have never really looked at the Artise brushes when in Priceline as I just assumed that the quality would be a little disappointing but it is great to hear that that is not the case at all. I may have to have a proper look at them next time. Great review.

    Nicole xx | www.nicolesbeautybabble.com

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  2. Ahh, I've only tried one Artiste brush before and it was the dupe for the Nars NITA brush and it just kept bleeding black everytime I washed it. Totally turned me off their brand! x

    Katina Lindaa | www.katinalindaa.com

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