I've been using EcoTools makeup brushes for the longest time now and I've never had a problem with them. As of late I got it into my mind that I needed more makeup brushes when my blusher brush went missing (it's probably buried in one of my makeup boxes if I'm honest!) and this was an excuse to go and buy the EcoTools Fresh & Flawless Five Piece Complexion Set, a set which I've wanted for ages now.
This five set of brushes are so pretty with their multi-coloured printed metal designs below the brush head. They are incredibly soft and there has been no fallout from the brushes at all - a big plus! The brushes come in a little open up box with individual casings for the brushes on one side and a list of the brush names and what they're used for on the other. This case is really nice for storing the brushes after use and keeping them safe (unlike my missing blusher brush!). One thing I was surprised by with the brushes is just how small they are. The handles are quite short, much shorter than my other EcoTools brushes but in my opinion that makes them far better for popping in a makeup bag when out and about or travelling.
The brushes included are a flat concealer brush, buffing concealer brush, precision foundation brush, complexion blending brush and full powder brush so this set really has everything you need to complete the perfect concealer and foundation base. Used together these brushes can help to create smooth airbrush-look finish to your makeup - how fab is that?! I highly recommend these brushes to anyone who wants a good, sturdy, core collection of complexion brushes and whilst I would prefer a longer handle on the brushes I think the smaller size is great for being able to do finer detailing perfectly, like covering those dark circles under my eyes with concealer.
The EcoTools Fresh & Flawless Five Piece Complexion Set is just €15.49 which I think is a great prize for five, fab quality makeup brushes, although I got mine with my Boots points so I'm even more delighted with my brushes due to the fact that they were kinda free! Yay!
Have you ever used EcoTools makeup brushes? Are you a fan?