May 24, 2012
I've always preferred fluff brushes to your run-of-the-mill dense eyeshadow brush. I find they pick up color well. But why I prefer them is because it lets go of the product. Normal eyeshadow brushes (I feel) harbor the shadows, and are a (excuse my language) bitch to clean. And eventually, with your norm eyeshadow brush, the colors become muddy because they all get stuck in the brush. I have a Mary Kay one I've been using for years. But now I need more. I've been eyeing the Bubbi fluff brush, and the Coastal Scents and Japonesque as well. So what are you guys favorite fluff brushes?
May 25, 2012
Please guys, I really need help with this.
Honestly I always go back to my MAC brushes for fluffy brushes and I have a TON from different companies. I haven't tried Hakuhodo brushes though and I'm kind of intrigued for the purpose of a fluffy brush.
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I don't own either of these, but I can tell you the MAC 224 is fairly fluffy. Its Sigma kin, the E40, is fluffier. I had a similar-shaped e.l.f. brush from their $1 line, which I got in a set years ago, and (IMO) it was bloody awful. I don't recommend that one.
However, I'll recommend the Louise Young LY38. Mine is, I think, closer in shape to a MAC 224 than its would-be kin, the limited edition MAC 226. But you can apply colour with it as well as blend.
Another one I know is fluffy is the Inglot 4SS, which is similar to the long-discontinued MAC 225. You may also like the 6SS (also similar to 224).
May 26, 2012
Oh, a fluff brush is an eyeshadow brush guys. It's softer than a normal one, less dense, and obviously, fluffier. But it's not a blending brush. It's a paddle brush. Maybe i'll make a teeny video on my iPod touch showing you guys the one i have! Seems like barely anyone knows what a fluff brush is.
@Jasmine on the Hokuhodo website, there are the Kokutan brushes- the Kokutan eyeshadow brushes M and SG seem to be what I'm looking for. But sadly, they're a tad expensive, and I'm not into animal hair brushes. Especially blue squirrel hair brishes... >.< But that is, more or less, the kind of brush I'm looking for!
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