[[ Victoria Loves Beauty disposable make-up tools ]]
Ever since I first started doing other people's make-up, whether that be for a stage show, photo shoot or just a night out I have been a fan of disposable make-up tools. They are a fantastic way to keep from transferring germs and oil from your client's skin back into your make-up pot since you throw the applicator away once it has made contact with your client. They are also such a great help when you are working on multiple models, since they save you from having to clean your kit brushes between each person - it saves so much time! Not only that, but they take up next to no room in your kit - excellent :)
[[ Disposable mascara wands. ]]
There are a wide selection of mascara wands available, from the tiny sizes perfect for the lower lashline to larger ones for a fuller lash look. I found each want to be sturdy and well made, coating the lashes well and picking up mascara from the tube easily. These are also perfect for grooming eyebrows and applying eyebrows gel.
[[ Eye Applicators ]]
I loved the mini angle brush - ideal for eyeliner and filling in eyebrows. The sponge tip applicator was great for smudging out eyeliner, though of course not for applying colour (does anyone use sponge applicators for that any more?!) Both the long and short tipped eyeliner applicators gave an even, neat finish, though I preferred the short brush for easier control and a precision finish. The tiny cotton bud was excellent for wiping mascara smudges from the lower lashline - ideal for making mistakes vanish!
[[ Disposable Blush Brush/ Disposable Make-up Spatula ]]
The spatula is ideal for transferring cream products from pot to palette and mixing liquid or cream products. I'm generally not a fan of blush brushes shaped in this way, though it did pick up a decent amount of product and blending was a doddle.
The sponge lip gloss applicator was sturdy and applied gloss evenly - also perfect for mixing glosses and lipsticks in a palette. The lip brush wasn't quite dense or flat enough for a nice, neat edge or even coverage - I'd leave this one in the shop.
In general, I was impressed with everything I received. Each piece was well made, performed well, applied well and there was no shedding. I'd happily recommend these to make-up artists, performers and the hygiene concious individual. Each product is available from the Victoria Loves Beauty website and come in packs of multiples, prices are all below £10 for the disposable make-up tools.