I was watching Lisa Eldridge the other day doing one of her makeup videos, and one thing she always emphasizes upon is using a good brush. In fact, a good brush is possibly one of the best keys to makeup and she cannot seem to emphasize on that enough. I absolutely love her videos, and right now, cannot afford a MAC one. So it was a snap between the Colorbar, Inglot, and Faces powder brush. Inglot store, as usual, did not have it.
And the amazing review I read of the Colorbar ‘KeepBlushing’ Blush Brush made me cringe, so I guess my choices were limited.
About Faces Canada Powder Brush:-
Faces professional make-up brushes are handcrafted using the finest material quality for the perfect make-up. They come with an impeccable grip and supremely soft and luxurious bristles to get you a highly defined flawless finish to flaunt.
I must say, I was not expecting this brush to be so classy to look at, but it is. Sturdy and black, with a long black handle, this brush actually reminds me of the MAC brush (I totally forgot the number, must check one of these days), both in packaging and weight. The brush comes in a lovely, travel-friendly package (which is really useful to carry more brushes) and has a protective inner cover to REALLY make sure that the bristles are left untouched.
The brush seems to be made of goat hair, although nowhere on the body of the brush is written the same so I will remain a skeptic, thank you very much. However, the bristles are super soft and not scratchy on my skin at all, so yes, I love that part. It easily picks up powder and distributes it evenly over my skin, and the good thing is, FACES actually has a short tutorial on the package for newbies who do not know how to use the brush. It is really good with my Rimmel face powder, which, for some reason, does not come with a sponge or applicator (WHY RIMMEL WHY??).
The brush has a black body, with the word powder clearly written on the handle, in case you suddenly have amnesia and forget which brush to use for what. I admit, I absolutely love this brush. It is so soft on my skin! I have used other brushes and I daresay, with the price as well as value for money department, this has totally gotten the bases covered. The bristles are really soft but are really low in the fallout department. I generally wash this with a bit of baby shampoo and water and that is about it. So, yes, this brush really makes sense to me, because the bristles do not fall off, as I first was afraid they would. The only con is possibly availability, as, apart from Medplusbeauty and one store in New Market, I am yet to see this anywhere else.
What I like about Faces Canada Powder Brush:-
- Great brush for using powder
- Soft on my skin
- Classy packaging
- Easy to use
What I don;t like about Faces Canada Powder Brush:-
Verdict: For the price this brush is totally worth every cent.
Have you tried Faces Canada Powder Brush?
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