The Vintage Cosmetic Company – Essential Brush Set

I am already a fan of The Vintage Cosmetic Company‘s cruelty-free range of beauty tools and in particular their eyeshadow brushes, which I reviewed here, so when I was recently sent their Essential Face Brush Set I was very excited to test all the brushes out.




The Vintage Cosmetic Company Essential Face Brush Set (£27)* comprises of a super soft Powder Brush, Blusher Brush and a perfectly chiselled Foundation Brush – all fabulous for achieving that flawless complexion. In their classic style the Vintage Cosmetic Company have housed these brushes in lovely vintage-inspired packaged and each brush has its name on too so you’ll know exactly what to use them for!

The Foundation Brush has a lovely flat surface and rounded tip, making light work of applying foundation to all the contours of the face and the creases around the nose. Following it up is the large Powder brush which is great for applying loose powder or mineral make-up. Its flattened head means you can buff the powder onto the skin for an airbrushed finished, completely avoiding that cakey look. Finally the perfectly sized Blusher Brush really grabs onto the pigment and helps to add colour to the apples of your cheeks.




The Vintage Cosmetic Company brushes are cruelty-free, and made of super-soft, high quality synthetic hair. The powder and blusher brushes really grab onto the pigment and blend well, while the foundation brush leaves a flawless, almost airbrushed finish to your makeup and doesn’t seem to soak up too much of my foundation as I’ve found with other brushes I’ve tried. This set is a great addition to my arsenal of makeup tools and would also make a lovely gift!

Right now you can receive a free set of Strip Lashes (worth £6) when you purchase the Vintage Cosmetic Company Essential Face Brush Set, exclusively over at The Libbie Club!

*PR Sample

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10 thoughts on “The Vintage Cosmetic Company – Essential Brush Set

  1. rachaelaflood says:

    This just made me want to buy these even more! I need new brushes , or rather a good excuse to buy them haha , would love it if you checked out my latest post 🙂 xx

    • Helen says:

      Thanks for your comment, will check out your blog 🙂 If you do go for the brushes you’ll have to let me know what you think of them! X

  2. George says:

    Unfortunately the company is not cruelty free; they offer natural bristle brushes as well as synthetic fibre ones. One example of animal materials they use is boar bristles.

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