I hope you’re all doing well. I have posted a picture on the Lottie London Soap Star Brush Cleanser and Tan Time Brush over on my Instagram as well as a quick demo of the brush cleanser on my Snapchat story. If you want to know more about the products, scroll down below!
Lottie London is a UK-based cosmetic brush and accessories company that is recently released in Australia. I honestly have not heard of the brand before I saw an Instagram post on the brush cleanser being available at Target. I was about to pick up one of the brush cleansers at Target but it was unfortunately unavailable at my local Target. A few days later, Lottie London emailed me to ask whether I was interested to try out their products so I obviously had to request the brush cleanser. They also sent me their Tan Time brush which I initially wasn’t quite interested in because I am quite picky with brushes and I haven’t heard much about the brand but when I received the brush, OH MY GOD! It quickly became my staple powder/bronzer brush in my everyday makeup routine.
Above is the Lottie London Soap Star Brush Cleanser. It is a solid brush cleanser with added Coconut Oil and Shea Butter to condition your makeup brushes. They retail for AUD$16 and available at your local Target or here. I absolutely adore the Soap Star Brush Cleanser. They are compact, easy to use and cleans your brushes very well. It removed all makeup residues on my brushes and left them squeaky clean. I also didn’t notice any harsh fragrance which is great if you have sensitive skin. I do think that this Soap Star Brush Cleanser is best for travelling as it’s so easy to carry and isn’t as bulky as if you were carrying liquid brush cleansers like the ones from Daiso. A con to the Soap Star Brush Cleanser is that I feel that the price is a little pricey, even though it is actually worth it if you think about how convenient it is. In saying that though, I would 100% repurchase this product when I run out. It is recommended that the soap cleanser is used only with synthetic brushes but I have used it with natural hair brushes and they seemed fine.
The next product is the Lottie London Tan Time Brush. As I mentioned above, I initially wasn’t interested in purchasing any of the Lottie London brushes during my visit to my local Target but when I received the brush in the mail sent by Lottie London I was immediately in love. It’s such a great brush and I think that it’s a lot better than my Real Techniques powder brush that I own. The bristles are amazingly soft (yes, I think it’s softer than my Real Techniques brushes) and they are dense enough to pick up enough product and not too dense that it will pick up too much.
I have washed the brush and I haven’t noticed any shedding or colour running which is a good sign. The handles also felt sturdy and the colour is just absolutely adorable! I don’t have any negative things to say about the brush from Lottie London and I am definitely going to pick up some more from their range when I visit Target. The brush retails for AUD$18 and it is available at Target and here.
I definitely recommend waiting for Target cosmetic sales so you could pick them up for less than the RRP. Let me know if you have tried the brushes, if not, are you going to pick up some?
*The products mentioned in this review are sent to me for PR purposes but all opinions and views are honest.