Aren't unedited photos the best? Well, I'm here to talk about a brand that I've been trying to buy for about six months now. Probably even longer than that. The name is ecotools, and this product I own is the six piece bamboo brush set. Very eco friendly. ecotools boasts about earth-friendly beauty. The brushes in this pack of earth-friendliness involves:
- soft, cruelty-free bristles
- natural & recycled materials
- convenient cosmetic bag
This will be a rather lengthy review with a few pictures.
The bag is very convenient indeed. Size comparison to a drug-store brand I acquired from my mother. The bag itself has a nice texture to it. It's small and handy. The bag has a side where you can place your brushes on the inside once you unfold it and also where you can store them. It makes it a little more compact and useful.
Green Tip: Turn the water off while brushing your teeth, washing your hands, and washing dishes in order to conserve water.Every little bit counts, guys. It all makes a difference if we all put in even the smallest effort. We don't have to be heroes. We just have to try.
Now. My review of the product is pretty genial. The brushes are soft, but the blush brush is by far the nicest on the skin. The eyeshadow, foundation, and angled brushes are wonderful as well. However, in my foundation brush, there's something I call a dog spike inside. There are a few matted pieces of the brush that form an odd spike in the brush. However, when I used it on a friend, she said she didn't feel it. It's not an awful thing, but it's a small little nuance.
I bought this at a Target for about $12, and so far, I'm enjoying my purchase very much. To all of you out there, thank you for reading my blog and my incessant rambilngs. Thank you for your support. Can't wait to see you in 2013.