BECCA's best- selling beauty multi-tasker is now available in a limited edition gold handle and decorative box for the Holiday season!
A true beauty multitasker, this brush can be used with liquids, creams, powders and anything in between. The flat edges of the brush fit the linear contours of your face, while the curved corners allow for targeted, precise appliaction. The long, flexible bristles also make a variety of application techniques possible, like stippling, blending, lowlighting and highlighting.
Non-porous, high quality cashmere hair
Brushes are reinforced with shed resistant technology
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I am really conflicted on how to rate this brush. I've had it for about a year and a half and I LOVE it for contour! You can cut out a cheek bone so well that you take 20 lbs off the face or turn it on it's edge for the softest most natural contour that's perfectly blended on contact. So as a contour tool it's a 5 star brush and been a brush that I have featured multiple times on Youtube. However as a brush that you use to do your whole face with I'm not into it. I generally don't like the idea of switching from liquid to powder on the same brush and then using that same brush to set my makeup with setting powder after I have used it to blend contour or bronzer, blush and highlight. And to be honest I just think things looked muddy when I tried the brush like that. I also just feel like it's to big to do everything I want to do on my face. I'm not ever sure I loved it as a foundation brush. I just think there are better tools (the beauty blender, Goss 01, Cover fx liquid foundation brush) for applying foundation. Do I regret buying it? No, because like I said for contour it's phenomenal. But would I recommend it for it's intended claim... no. It's a splurge in my opinion and if you are super into contouring then it's 100% worth getting! Hope that helps!
This is the best contour brush I have ever tried! I got a few of my friends to buy it after trying mine!
Although this product is a splurge and claims to do a multitude of things I probably will never try, it is my holy grail contour brush. The long edges of the brush cover your entire cheek to apply product in one sweep. The edge is also quite sharp and defined which allows you to get a strong contour line if desired. While that looks amazing, if you want a soft, blended contour, just blend, blend, blend!
The only downside to this product is the bristles could be softer. It definitely doesn't irritate my skin, but it is not as soft as most of the brushes I own.
I recommend this brush for contouring, its dense so it's easy to blend out in just a few strokes it's shape also allows for very straight lines if you're looking to better sculpt your face. It's a great brush if you want to get things done quickly, it applies and blends in just a few seconds. It only takes me about 2 minutes to contour my whole face with the brush. Wouldn't really use it for anything else but contouring, it's a very dense, hard brush made to work best with back and forward strokes, would opt for something much softer for other face products.
I didn't order this from Beautylish, but I ended up sending it back to where I had ordered it from. The shape and size of the brush seemed more like a body brush then a face brush (I also have the Rae Morris 26 Radiance brush which is a similar shape but much smaller, softer and easier to use to apply foundation). The bristles were so hard compared to my other goat hair brushes and I honestly didn't then want to try it on my face. This brush isn't cheap either, so if you really want this type of unique brush style, I'd recommend paying extra to get the Rae Morris version as it's much more user-friendly and a higher quality and softer type of goat hair.
The bristle is hard, i think it must be cut. Only use for contour. For foundations? It is a joke. I wanted a big foundation brush and bought it first because it’s cheaper than Rae Morris 26, but it was so uncomfortable that I had to buy Rae Morris 26 again.