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Beauty - So Eco rose gold stippling brush review

Hey lovelies,
In recent months I've really got into adding to my makeup brush collection, and one brush I really felt was missing from my collection was the perfect brush for applying blusher, so when I had the opportunity to try out So Eco's rose gold stippling brush* I was bang up for it. I have a couple of So Eco's brushes in my stash already so I already new the brush was gonna be good quality.
What I love about So Eco as a brand they are cruelty free, unbelievably soft, hand cut, vegan and vegi friendly even their packaging is eco friendly, so you can enjoy great quality brushes without any guilt.

The stippling brush itself is very aesthetically pleasing with its bamboo and rose gold handle and white tipped brush head, which may I add is so soft, I may be so bold to say, the softest brush in my collection. 
I find it perfect for applying blusher, it seems to pick up just the right amount of product and blends beautifully to give my face a subtle pinky glow. I must say I am so impressed with this brush and would love to add more brushes from the brand to my makeup brush collection.

Have you tried any So Eco brushes?

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