Primark Stippling Brush Review

Wednesday, 18 May 2016
I'll be honest, after trying Primark makeup I was slightly underwhelmed. However, one product in particular from Primark will keep me coming back and looking for what's new. This product is the Primark Stippling brush, it doesn't look any different to other stippling brushes but it is probably one of my favourite brushes in my collection.

Primark Stippling and Makeup Revolution Contour Kit

These brushes cost £1.50 and seem to last forever. I've had some of mine for a couple of years. If I'm honest the brushes feel a tad more expensive than their price tag suggests but they're not quite up to the quality feel of brushes from RealTechniques. The brushes are quite girly in that they are black to pink, the ones above are my newer ones as the first few I bought had a hot pink but I rather prefer the pastel.

Primark Stippling Brush

The brushes themselves have densely packed bristles which taper out into a flat top. This flat top and dense bristle combination make applying foundation a dream. The brush doesn't let the product sink too far down and lets you completely work the foundation into the face giving quite a natural coverage. Of course if you want a no makeup look a beauty blender type sponge will be your best bet but if you want more coverage than a sponge that still looks natural go for this brush.


Now while I tend to use the brush mostly for foundation you might be surprised to know that it is very versatile. Day to day I use it for cream or liquid foundations but it can be used for cream blush, it makes great work of blending it out nicely. Also if you have a coloured face powder that can add extra coverage this is great for patting extra powder on top . If you want you can even bronze and contour with it.


This brush is something I will definitely keep on repurchasing, (I have about 5 on the go already,) if you're in need of an inexpensive new foundation brush, or just starting your makeup collection: try this. You'll be pleasantly surprised, and if you're not it's only £1.50 you've invested!

9 comments:

  1. I brought a cheap buffing brush from Amazon a few months ago and love it, so maybe Ill give this a go too! Do they shred at all? xx

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    1. So far I see no shredding which is good for such an inexpensive brush!xx

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  2. Ooo, I'm definitely going to nip to Primark to try these! They look lovely and sound like they do the job! xx

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    1. They are lovely and quite pretty too!xx

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  3. I love this Primark stippling brush for cream blush, makes blending so easy. Lovely post!
    taniaawrites.blogspot.co.uk x

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    1. I need to use it for cream blush more often!xx

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