Thursday, 20 February 2014

Zoeva Rose Gold Makeup Brushes

Hey honey bears
I have heard amazing things about Zoeva make up brushes but have never really thought about buying some. Until a couple of weeks ago I saw that they were launching a rose gold set of brushes. Now if you know me then you will know that I am obsessed with rose gold and will literally buy anything that is. Therefore without a doubt I just had to have this set. I am so pleased with how they look and the quality of them. Warning this is a very picture heavy post! 

102 Silk Finish

110 Face Shape

106 Powder

127 Luxe Sheer Cheek

142 Concealer Buffer

227 Luxe Soft Definer

231 Petit Crease

317 Wing Liner
All these brushes are stunning, they look beautiful and elegant, as well as being wonderful quality and feeling great. I love that they came in a chic textured clutch bag which is really good quality and it also has a protective travel bag. The brushes were packaged well in a plastic wrapper and also those plastic things which protect the bristles (not sure of the name). 

My only criticism is that the 2 white brushes, the Luxe Sheer Cheek and Luxe Soft definer, have a few bristles that are a bit astray as you might see from the photos. This might be because of how they were packaged but I shall see what they are like once I've used and washed them. 

I bought my brushes direct from the Zoeva Site The prices on their site are in Euro's but this set costs £48. As they are based in Germany you do have to pay £6.23 postage but I did not mind as I wanted them so badly. 

I hope you enjoyed this post bubs 

Chloe x

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  1. These brushes look so good! I love the rose gold too!
    Serena xo

    1. They are such good quality and look beautiful as well! Win Win hehe x

  2. They look gorgeous!
    Love the look of the Petite Crease.
    Just don't know if can justify the price!
    Great post :)

    nailsandteapots xx

    1. That is my favourite brush, its amazing! Yh that's what I thought at first but if you thing about it, it works out to about £7 per brush which is great x