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The Vintage Cosmetic Company Powder Brush

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Type: Powder Brush / Brand: The Vintage Cosmetic Company / What it does: Smoothes / Gender: for Women

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      09.02.2014 15:58
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      nice brush look out for site doing offers

      I came across this brand when i received an eyelash curler from a beauty box and a 50% off purchase code. I don't know what it is with "offers" but i decided i had to use it and this is one of the things i bought.

      **The brand**
      "She may never be a domestic goddess, but she would re-create the gorgeous, glamorous, girly accessories that would turn from glamour mess.....to glamour puss......" taken from the website.I would say that the company aims to create vintage/girlie accessories. If i had to use one word to describe a lot of the products it would be pretty,alot of items have a pink or floral look.

      **Product**
      "A powder brush not only evens out your skin tone but also creates a smooth and flawless look that will last all day. Use instead of your fingers and make-up sponges for optimum hygiene and skin health."
      Approx.155mm from the tip of the brush to the end of the handle. Made exclusively for The Vintage Cosmetic Company. Made from natural bristles.
      You can buy this in cream or pink.I think i got the cream one but it now looks a cross between the two colours.

      **In use**
      This is a very soft feeling brush even though i have washed it several times.It has shed slightly (no worse than a mac brush) but its still very usable. I use this when i am using loose powder foundation or if i want to use a highlighter over my face. It doesn't work as well with blusher (for me anyway) as the brush is too big (about the size of a 50p piece/slightly bigger)and i don't use that much blusher.The bristles have stained slightly from use but it doesn't matter as it hasn't affected how well it works. I dont like this type of brush with liquid foundation as i think it can leave brush marks on skin and not blend in as well

      **Compares to**
      I'm probably not the only one on here that owns "quite a few" different makeup brushes off all different brands. I would say that this is most like the gosh face brush but with softer bristles and the mac 188 brush but bigger (possibly same size as mac 187)


      **Price and where to get**
      This currently costs £16 from the vintage cosmetic company website and they take paypal etc.Its worthwhile looking out for codes/offers as i got 50% off mine.

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      The Vintage Cosmetic Company Powder Brush not only evens out your skin tone but also creates a smooth and flawless look that will last all day / Use instead of your fingers and makeup sponges for optimum hygiene and skin health / Approx / 180mm long from the tip of the brush to the end of the handle / Made exclusively for The Vintage Cosmetic Company / The Vintage Cosmetic Company story / how it all began: Standing in her frilly pinny (the one she had bought especially for the occasion), her kitchen a war zone / Connie examined her meticulously prepared cupcakes / Yuk! / Why did they never come out the same as they looked in her 'Perfect Baking' cookery book? She had followed the instructions to the letter / Let's face it; she was never going to be a domestic goddess! / HOW did those women in the 1950's ALWAYS manage to look so glamorous / EVEN when effortlessly hosting the perfect dinner party? She peered at her reflection in the mirror; her face was smeared with more cake mix than make up! It was at this instant she decided to ditch the baking and focus on the glamour / She may never be a domestic goddess, but she would re-create the gorgeous, glamorous, girly accessories that would turn from glamour mess / to glamour puss / As for the dinner party? She'd get it catered / The Vintage Cosmetic Company was born /