The short, densely packed hairs of this brush allow you to apply and blend all types of foundation to achieve gorgeous airbrushed finish.
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I was looking for an alternative to my Real Technique’s buffing brush. The Smith brush is nice quality hair but its not rounded enough for a buffing brush. The hairs soak up a bit of the product and it doesnt sit on top of the hairs like a stippling brush. It left my foundation a streaky mess. You cant buff out the harsh edges. Also, the package doesnt come with any instructions on how to best use the brush. Their website doesn’t have any information either. I’m disappointed in this foundation brush and was expecting more since its a brand created by working MUAs. I will likely return this brush.
I really enjoy how dense this brush is. I have seen a lot of Q&A videos on their brushes and this brush is really meant for light to medium coverage foundations. It is a wide enough brush to quickly apply the foundation to the face. Then with the lightest pressure buff in the foundation with just the tip of the brush. The bristles are so soft you can really get a nice diffused look. This is not flat top kabuki brush, vigorously buffing in the foundation will leave streaks.
A small , but a very good foundation brush , it melts the foundation into skin , it works the best with liquid foundations , a high-end brush worth the money
This is my first Smith brush, purchased with three of their eye brushes. I really wanted to love these brushes. I have the same complaint about all of the white-haired brushes - they shed profusely. Not only is it annoying when using the brushes on my own face, but some of the bristles have also fallen into my client's eyes. This is unacceptable. It's dangerous! Further to that, the bristles get stuck in my creme products and I have to dig them out afterward. Other than that, I agree with one of the other reviewers that it would have been nice to have a video or clearer instructions on how to use the brush. I've used plenty of foundation brushes in my time and this one seems quite unique. I won't return it until I've figured it out.