I remember being exposed to Look Good Feel Better quite early on in my blogging life. I had won a competition to visit a fashion show and the whole event was being done in aid of Look Good Feel Better. What’s special about Look Good Feel Better is that they are a fantastic international cancer support charity, the only one of their kind. What makes them different is that they provide practical support for women and teenagers, struggling with the visible side effects of cancer treatment.
Before I’d been introduced to them I’d sadly never given side effects of much thought, but once you get thinking about it, it’s pretty hard to shake off. The role of Look Good Feel Better, is to provide free skincare and make-up workshops help women regain confidence when they need it most. So today I wanted to introduce to you some fabulous brushes, which have been created and developed by Bespoke Europe, of which Look Good Feel Better are the benefiting charity. So these fabulous brushes allow you to support the charity, but also treat yourself to something a little bit special.
The Look Good Feel Better brushes are beautifully designed – they arrive in simple and elegant white packaging, which is finished with simple black and pink lettering, with the Look Good Feel Better logo. Inside each of the packs you find a selection of different brushes, pictured here I have The Makeover Brush Set* and the Multi Tasking Brush*. All of the brushes are finished in a very similar way, featuring a classic black handle, which has the words ‘Look Good Feel Better’ engraved down the sides. The top of the brushes are finished with a gold/silver metal, which holds the bristles in place, which is also finished with the Look Good Feel Better Logo.
Inside the Makeover Brush Set you get four beautiful brushes and a pretty pouch to keep them in. There’s the Powder Brush (great for any type of powder, but I love using it with my pressed powder), the Finishing Brush (fantastic for setting your makeup in place), the Tapered Blending Brush (great for blending out a smokey eye) and the Detailing Brush (fantastic at adding colour into the crease of the eye). The Multi Tasking Brush is exactly what it says on the tin, a good all-rounder – I like using it to apply blusher to the apples of the cheeks.
The Makeover Brush Set retails for £24.99 here and the Multi Tasking Brush retails for £11.99 here. A 12% donation will be made to Look Good Feel Better from the sale of Look Good Feel Better Brushes.