Perfect for blending and building blush and powder into the skin, this brush features long, soft bristles.
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I use this for blush. It makes me feel like an artist! It is a good level of softness. I really like it and recommend it. Lovely length handle. Sturdy and posh.
I'd been wanting to try Smith brushes, so was really excited to be able to get them through Beautylish. I'm very happy with this brush so far - I'd been using the Chikuhodo MK-11 (retractable powder brush) for blush, as I like a larger brush for blush, and this Smith one is a great size for blush imo. It is a bit stiffer and picks up product easier than the Chikuhodo (something that took a bit of adjustment as the first day I was sporting some strong blush), but applies it well and if you go in with a lighter hand can build really well. The 118 is still soft, but being goat isn't as soft as squirrel. I find this brush to be a better version of the MAC 129 (which was dyed bristles and shed terribly, but a nice size). It works very well, though, and for the price I'm probably going to pick up another and will definitely be trying more Smith brushes.
My husband bought this brush for me-(same address under my husbands account if the Team needs to verify purchase)
I'm just going to stick with Smith brushes from now on. They dont get nearly the hype that they deserve imo which I guess is good for me bc I dont have to worry about THEM BEING CONSTANTLY OUT OF STOCK-Unlike other brands of brushes on this site.
They're reasonably priced I LOVE their eyeshadow blending brushes much more so than the Sonia G eyeset I bought. I honestly regret purchasing those and should have just bought backups of these.
The personal way I rate my favorites is when all of my brushes are freshly washed out of all the options I have -i reach for my Smith brushes over everything else. I guess that makes me the odd man out with what's currently hyped up
I also want to mention that I dont demand that my brushes are the softest in the world. They aren't that. But they aren't scratchy either tho.
-I need my brushes to function and to feel like I'm actually accomplishing the act of moving stubborn product around on my eyes/ face in an ergonomical and convienient fashion.
This brush does the job once again. It fits within the hollows of my cheeks perfectly and is multi functional as a blush brush for bronzer you can set your powder with it etc. If you are a makeup artist or a consumer who is just starting out building your brush collection and you need a solid natural hair brand that looks professional and/or pretty on your vanity
if you want something which isn't going to completely destroy your bank account- Go for Smith. Easy to wash, provided you know what you're doing and you use brush guards afterwards. It fluffs out after a few washes into a beautiful shape.
I LOVE the luxurious look and feel of the handles. These are just a perfect midrange quality brand of brushes with shapes of the bristles which are easy and familiar for me to use. I saw they released a new collection on their website but am waiting for Beautylish to add them bc I'm too cheap to pay for shipping lol
No one is paying me to write them I just love them that much and really look forward to collecting them all from here on out.
I have to be very honest, I was extremely excited that I purchased this brush, but when it arrived I was dissapointed. For the price the brush itself is extremely light and the ferrel feels hollow and cheap, yes it is soft but not any softer than a few morphe brushes I own that are a fraction of the price of this one. I've heard great things when it comes to Smith Cosmetics brushes but given the qualityI don't believe the 32.50 that this brush costs is worth it.