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Calvin Klein Brush, Real Techniques Buffing Brush, MAC 187, Elf Blush Brush & MAC 168se
Calvin Klein Powder Brush
Ok so this brush hasn't got an actual name or a number like the others but I would say it's called a Powder Brush or a Large Powder Brush. It's absolutely AMAZING. I've had this brush for ages and I use it to apply my mineral powder to set my liquid foundation and I love it. It's huge and so soft and fluffy but not flimsy at all like some other powder brushes i've tried. I got this in a gift set so i'm not sure where you can get it in the shops but i'm sure you'd be able to find it online, I can't reccomend this enough!
Real Techniques Buffing Brush
It seems like everyone has this brush and with good reason, I love it! It buffs liquid foundation into the skin perfectly and makes your face look flawless. It's part of the Core Collection by YouTuber Make-up Artist Samantha Chapman and in that kit you get 4 brushes. They are all lovely but it's worth getting it just for this one. I got the Core Collection from Boots for £21.99 and honestly I would of paid that just for this one brush so if you're thinking of buying this set then I would say DO IT!
MAC 187 Duo Fibre Stippling Brush
This is another brush that I use for my liquid foundation, but it can also be nice for powder blushes too. Just like the above buffing brush it makes your skin look flawless. I alternate between the two of them so I had to include this one in my top 5 aswell! It's expensive for a brush especially now MAC have upped the price, I think it's somewhere around £30.00 (I got mine in the Airport a few years ago - Yay for Duty Free!) but if you're looking to invest in a good brush this one is great.
ELF Blush Brush
This is the only brush i've used for my blusher for about the last two years (apart from those little ones you get in the Benefit Box Powders) so that shows that I love it. The size is perfect for blusher and it's a total bargain at £3.75!
MAC 168se Mini Angled Contour Brush
I got this in a set last Christmas with other mini versions of some of MACs brushes and it's amazing! I love that it's angled so it's perfect for bronzing and contouring and even though it's mini I think it's the perfect size. You can get the regular size brush for £26.00, I think Elf do an angled brush too so that may be worth a try if the quality of the Elf Blush Brush is anything to go by.
Hope this post was helpful! Do you have any of these brushes? What are you top 5 make-up brushes?