Beauty tools make life just that little bit better and even more luxurious but finding the right tool for the job that won’t break the bank is particularly difficult! A few years back (actually more like 8 years back) I discovered that The Body Shop offered great affordable tools.
I must admit that although they aren’t my favourite tools ever (Real Techniques would probably steal this) they are still great quality and would highly recommend them if you are looking for affordable good quality brushes. They have a good range of eye, lips and face brushes which are very sturdy, sleek and all high-quality synthetic hair.
Prices of individual brushes start at £8 for an eyebrow brush and go up to just £18 for a Face & Body brush. However they have no partnered with Teenage Cancer Trust to give us all an even better deal whilst raising money for the charity. They now have an Essential Brush Collection retailing for £18, The Expert Collection retailing for £30 and the Ultimate Collection retailing for £30 all with a £15-£20 saving! Above I have the Expert Brush Collection photographed which actually comes with a great selection of brushes.
My favourite things however are The Body Shop’s skincare tools, especially as skincare tools seem to be quite hard to find. I’ve used and loved the Double Ended Blackhead Remover since being a teenager, I know you are always told not to pick at spots but sometimes I just have to and this way I can do so without using potentially dirty fingers. I’ve also always had a few of the Facial Buffers in my skincare draw which I often use with my cleaners or even mask to also help exfoliate my skin. My newest discovery is the Facial Massager which I’ve only been using for a few days, it’s quite an unusual tool but I’ve heard it is great for congested, cystic acne prone skin like mine. If you are as confused as I originally was check out Caroline’s blog post but I’ve actually really been enjoying it.
What beauty tools have you tried from The Body Shop?