Boots No7 Eyeshadow Blend & Contour Brush Reviews
Product Type: Boots in Beauty
Description:Type: Eye Shadow Brush / Brand: Boots / Suitable for: Eye
Newest Review: ... I am always happy to use these vouchers when they are available, sometimes even buying them on eBay for a pound or two to ... more
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Customer Boots No7 Eyeshadow Blend & Contour Brush Reviews (6)
by - written on 03/07/12 (Very useful, 85 readings)
I shop in Boots quite frequently. I buy my lunches in there quite often and take advantage of their meal deals. Quite often I receive a £5 off No 7 voucher and I use these all up and update my make-up bag and brushes in the process. I probably own almost every single No 7 brush that they've made over the past few years and I like knowing that I pay just a couple of pounds for these brushes too, even better! This brush can currently be purchased in store for £7.25. This is a little bit expensive for a make-up brush, however, I bought this when it was £7.00 (I think?) and so I paid just £2.00 with my voucher. This was a great price and I picked up a number of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/11 (Very useful, 44 readings)
I had a spare Boots £5 voucher (since writing these reviews I have noticed that a lot of my make up purchases have originated from these!) so decided to invest in some more make up brushes. Over the years I have managed to collect a couple of lovely MAC make up brushes which work really well. However, as they are a little costly, I don't like taking them away with me on weekends or when getting ready in other people's houses for fear of losing them. Hence, when I received the voucher I decided some cheaper brushes would be a good investment. As soon as I began eyeing up the brushes I immediately noticed this brush as it looked so similar to one of my MAC ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/10/10 (Very useful, 169 readings)
I think I have a slightly updated version of this brush as it is called the exact same name, however the brush is a pale pink colour and the bristles are brown. Also, it is double ended, with a rounded, typical 'eyeshadow' style end and the other is slanted for contouring. The brush came in the No 7 brushes set, which I am not sure whether they still sell any more, however, singularly I think I have seen it for around £7.50, though you may be able to pick it up cheaper online, don't forget you have to pay postage on most items. It is available from Boots, as all No7 items are exclusive there, however, I think it is also available on the online store, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/07/10 (Very useful, 168 readings)
*I think I may have the slightly older/newer design of this brush as while most elements of the shape and size are the same my brush has a pearl handle and brown bristles so that is the one I will be reviewing.* When I woke up on Friday morning I randomly decided to quit smoking so now ever since then (and I havent had a ciggie YIPPPPEE!) Ive been trying to keep myself busy by organising pretty much everything and my make-up cases were the first that needed sorting. And believe me there was a lot of crap in there but I also found some really great products that I had totally forgotten I even had and this one falls into the latter catagory. This "No7 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/11/11 (Very useful, 19 readings)
Introduction: For some time now I have been meaning to get better at applying eyeshadow, more experimentative, use more colours and blend and contour! During certain time periods, when you shop at Boots and spend over five pounds on qualifying products (of which there is a very wide range) you receive a voucher for five pounds off your next No7 purchase. There is no qualifying spend. When I receive these vouchers I really do make the most of them. I had one in my hand and was browsing the No7 range when I spotted these brushes. They cost seven pounds and twenty five pence, but with the voucher I only had to pay just over two pounds for this ... Read the complete review
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