Vegan Makeup Brushes
Wet N Wild wants you to create everyday makeup looks, guilt-free with their new line of cruelty-free makeup brushes. Member of PETA and “Beauty without Bunnies” program, Wet N Wild promise to never test on animals. The brand loves our furry, feathery and scaly friends, and believes products can be created without hurting animals. Most products are vegan, ensuring they never endangers animals. Just one of the reasons why I continue to support them on this fashion blog.
Animal hair brushes are usually more effective, due to the imperfections that occur in natural hair. Therefor this tends to pick up more product and apply more effortlessly. Wet N Wild’s new line of vegan makeup brushes are made from an exclusive thermoplastic polymer complex. It’s designed to mimic natural hair. The small breaks and imperfections that you find in animal hair brushes are imitate in these new brushes. This allows for the same effectiveness as in animal hair brushes, but PETA certified and vegan.
Wet N Wild brush comes with a unique ergonomic handle that’s done in a sleek white design. It fits perfectly into the palm of your hand. The brush provides precise application, allowing you to effortlessly create a flawless canvas. This allows for finesse in any colourful look you desire. The brush hair itself is done in a beautiful pale pink shade, that’s oh so girly.
Each brush is incredibly lightweight and extremely soft and fluffy. It has a medium density head that allows for buildable colour. You can easily go from light to intense colour payoff. The ferrules are extremely lightweight and easy to hold. I did go ahead and wash a few, just to see how they would hold up. So far, so good. I didn’t experience any shedding and no issues with the bristles falling out. I actually found them easier to wash and clean than some of my natural hair brushes.
Wet N Wild Blush Brush is designed to perfectly apply product to the apples of your cheeks. Its innovative bristles help to provide just the right amount of product. No fear of over doing it or looking like a clown.
Wet N Wild Powder Brush features a slightly larger design with soft, fluffy, plush, curved bristles that effortlessly pick up just the right amount of powder for an even application. I’ve been using this as a setting powder brush as it glides across my entire face like silk and provides a soft airbrush finish. It could also double as a bronzing or blush brush for an all over rosy, healthy glow.
Wet N Wild Large Stipple Brush features two lengths of fibers, the shorter ones pick up the product and the slightly longer ones help to blend. It’s designed to create a sheer, streak-free application with almost an airbrush effect.
Wet N Wild Flat Top Brush is an all-purpose brush that’s designed with a flat top hard and dense bristles to pick up the formula you desire to use that day. It works equally as beautiful with both liquid and powder textures.
Wet N Wild Small Stipple Brush is the baby to the large stipple brush and features the same short and long fibers and helps to get into smaller areas the larger brush can’t reach.
Wet N Wild Foundation Brush is a fairly dense, flat brush. Its the perfect balance of firmness and softness. The brush helps to seamlessly apply both cream and liquid foundation. It provides a streak-free, flawless finish that looks incredibly natural. Although this wouldn’t be my brush of choice for applying foundation, it actually works fairly well. It helps to give an easy, even, very natural finish to your complexion.
Wet N Wild Contour Brush is a plush, angled brush that fits the contour of your face perfectly. It helps to sculpt and shape your cheekbones. The brush helps to blend out the powder evenly and smoothly. The unique design fits perfectly into the hollows of the cheeks and along the jaw line for easy contouring. It creates a soft, but defined bronzing contour to the hollows of the cheeks. The brush adds a lovely, but natural healthy glow. It also works wonderfully for apply highlight to the top of the cheekbone and down the bridge of the nose.
Wet N Wild Fan Brush is a large, flat fan brush. Its the perfect brush for lightly dusting on highlight to the top of your cheekbones. It’s an excellent little tool at removing excess powder fallout under the eye area. This is a excellent brush to have in your collection.
Wet N Wild Large Eyeshadow Brush is a slightly larger eyeshadow brush. It features rounded bristles that picks up just the right amount of shadow and blends outs beautifully. This is one brush you need in your collection.
Wet N Wild Large Concealer features a firm, flat head that easily conceals imperfections with an extremely natural finish. Slightly larger than other concealer brushes, it’s still easy to work with. It can get into the smallest areas, like around the nose with ease. It’s wonderful at blurring the appearance of blemishes and discolouration. It also helps to hide dark circles under the eyes in the morning. I can also see it being used to apply cream eyeshadows.
Wet N Wild Crease Brush features a long-tipped, tapered brush. Its designed to flawlessly pick up shadow and apply it to the crease of the eye. It effortlessly blends out and darkens your eyelids and provides a professional finish.
Wet N Wild Smoky Liner Brush features tiny, short, round, firm bristles designed to create a sultry smoky eye. It allows you to get deep down in between the lashes to create fine line in a few strokes. The perfect brush for creating extremely fine lines.
Wet N Wild Angled Liner Brush features a small precision brush with short, angled bristles. It helps to line and define your eyes with use. This is the perfect brush for applying dark shadow to your upper and lower lash line.
The new Wet N Wild Cruelty-Free Makeup Brushes come in a total of 17 styles. I believe only 4 will be available in Canada as of right now. You can find the entire vegan makeup brushes online. Collection also features Wet N Wild Bent Liner Brush, Brow & Lash Comb, Small Eyeshadow Brush and Small Concealer Brush.
Fabulous review! Available at Drugstores or online?
I haven’t used any of their products since high school, but these brushes sound pretty amazing! I’ll have to give the powder brush a try, since mine is getting pretty nasty.
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These brushes look amazing! I keep hearing such wonderful things about them. I wish we could get them in the UK!
Where in Canada are these supposed to be available?