I struggled for ages to come up with a natty title for this post and you can see that I failed. I was watching Phoenix Nights when I settled on this title so it's meant to be read in the whole (the link is to Youtube so be warned if you've got your volume up) "garlic...bread?" rhyme pattern.
This badboy is one of my beauty "investment pieces".. my other investment piece being my GHD's.
What do I use it for? Exfoliation mainly, I put my exfoliator on and then swirl this around my mush until my skin feels cleaner. I also use it for removing masks. I don't know if I'm the only one but I get a bit annoyed when a mask hardens on your face and you add water to remove it and it forms a paste and you have to really rub your face to get it off (the mask, not your face..) Well, if you use this brush you can wait for the mask to harden and then (whilst the brush is dry) swirl it around your face and it will take all the masky bits off, leaving you with nice, smooth skin.
I used it after the fridge man left and my Korres mask was ready to come off, this is why there are white bits ensconced within the bristles. I also used it over the course of the weekend, this explains the green mask bits on the handle. I'm not a dutty cow, I do wash this brush ;)
The Body Shop have changed the design of this brush and you now only get the brush with a handle right on top of it. However, this is where I'm happy with The Body Shop because they've made the item smaller AND reduced the price. The new brush costs £3 whereas mine cost me £5.
Considering how much I've used it, a fiver is nothing..says the girl who as a 14 year old baulked at paying five quid for it as she only got £15 pocket money a week.
Has anyone else used this and if you have any skin investment pieces, let me know!