Crownbrush Pro Range Review

Up until now I’ve only had a couple brushes from Crownbrush in my collection and they’ve been my essential, everyday, and favourite brushes. But I’m so pleased that I’ve now got to try more because these have been my most used brushes for weeks now and I can positively say that I am completely hooked. It’s taken me a little while to write this as I don’t get ready as much as I used to thanks to chronic pain, and I wanted to see how the brushes were after being washed. It’s the ultimate test of a brush, how does it last with constant use and then how does it react to a good clean. Some brushes can and do shred after being washed but not these.

The Crown Pro Brush range truly is beautiful, they’re hand crafted and there’s a mix of synthetic and natural brushes. I’ve been sent such a great selection, including:

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C529 Pro Jumbo Blending Crease Brush – £9.99
C514 Pro Detail Liner Brush – £3.99
C528 Pro Crease Detail Brush – £5.99
C513 Pro Detail Crease Brush – £5.99
C507 Pro Powder Shadow Brush -£6.99
C511 Pro Blending Fluff Brush – £6.99
C526 Pro Dome Crease Brush – £6.99
C510 Pro Oval Shader Brush – £5.99

C513, C511, C510 and c528 are some of the best brushes I’ve ever used. They have countless uses and help to create a flawless look. I was really surprised at how well priced the brushes are too for their quality and I cannot recommend them enough.

I also got to try out the Rose Gold Eyeshadow Palette with 35 colours for £22.99 but unfortunately it was less than impressive. Obviously with big palettes like these at such cheap prices, the quality isn’t going to be amazing but there really wasn’t a great colour payoff with these at all. It’s such a shame as it’s a truly beautiful looking palette.

 

 

 

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