It’s no secret that I’m a gal who loves her makeup. I think there is an inner makeup artist in me just busting to get out, and I’m always on the lookout for tips and tricks that will give me that professional makeup finish. A few months ago I stumbled across one of the best makeup tools I’ve seen in a long time, a makeup brush designed by Celebrity Makeup Artist Jacqueline Kalab to give you that professional finish at home. Ladies, allow me to introduce you to the Magic Foundation Brush, a makeup brush that will rock your world and take your makeup application to new heights.
Ideal for liquid, powder or mineral foundation this fab little brush might be small but it handles the job like a boss. It’s easy to hold which makes blending a breeze and from the second it touches your skin you know it’s not mucking around, this baby handles foundation like a pro. Created using high-quality nylon, it’s lightweight and easy to add to your everyday makeup bag. It’s a cinch to clean and keeps its shape. This brush is perfect for germophobes like me who hate using sponges, it’s hygienic and is easy to look after.
A big thumbs up to Jacqueline Kalab for creating a must-have brush that all women need to add to their makeup bag to give your foundation a professional finish.
Would you like to win your own Magic Foundation Brush for your makeup bag? Simply share with me what is one make up product you cannot live without? I will choose my favourite answer and announce a winner 20th of October at 10 pm.
Good luck x
Jacqueline Kalab is a makeup artist for stars/ VIP’s/ fashion/ television/ high-end advertising. She has worked with thousands of celebrities – both locally and internationally known – from musicians to sports stars, models, actors and politicians and many more; over a hundred television programs spanning all the top networks; international fashion shows and fashion shoots; billboards, publicity and large scale marketing campaigns. Jacqueline has launched her own makeup/ brush range that is gaining a cult following worldwide, and is regularly featured on television and in the press.