How you all are doing? Today I have got one great brush for you all. Read on to know. 🙂
Product name: Kryolan Professional Blusher Brush Art no. 1716
Price: Rs. 300
AboutÂ Kryolan Professional Blusher Brush Art no. 1716:-
Â Professional Blusher Brush with soft, natural bristles specially designed for application of blusher.
How many of you like painting? Well I do but I canâ€™t even paint, all those art brushes looked scary to me.Â How much I tried I could not master the art of using brushes to create wonderful paintings 🙁 But this time I have got a super simple and easy â€œArt brushâ€ to paint my face and boy! I am impressed. I am not much of a makeup person but I do like basic light makeup.Â M.A.C. Studio Fix powder foundation has been my best friend for the past one year. I used up its sponge and I really wanted to apply powder with brush so I headed straight to M.A.C. Just as I entered the mall, I saw a Kryolan store. I headed to check out their brushes instead. I asked the person (donâ€™t know if he is the SA) to show me powder brush and blusher brush (for my future blush purchase :-)) He showed me this brush and said that I can use it for both powder and blush. I was overjoyed. Without any trial I came home with my first ever brush.
The brush comes with a boring flip type plastic cover. I am still using this cover during my travels also. Overall packaging is a bit turn off for me.
Coming to the brush, it comes with a long handle, with the bristles packed into an aluminium wrap. It is lightweight. The bristles are nicely packed, I wonâ€™t say tightly packed. They claim to be natural but I donâ€™t know what material they are made of. They are black in color. The bristles felt little rough when I tried the tester at the counter, the SA told that as it is old, it is like that (that means, when the new brush will be old, it will be poky??)
Anyways, the new brush felt soft. It picked up the pressed powder well and applies nicely. Initially it did shed 2 to 3 bristles but nothing major after that. I wash this twice weekly and till now it must have shed some 8 bristles (yes I did keep a count 🙂 ) I had purchased it in September so in 4 months it had shed 8 bristles. At this price, I donâ€™t mind repurchasing.
Now coming to the bad thing, the powder seems very light on my face in the first application. I have to apply powder three to four times to mattify my face. I like the natural sheer coverage this brush gives but I do like a little bit more powder to keep oiliness and shine at bay. Other than this I donâ€™t face any issues with this brush. May be as this is a blusher brush, it is meant for light blush application. I have not tried blushes so canâ€™t comment on that. 🙂
What I like about Kryolan Professional Blusher Brush Art no. 1716:
- Inexpensive brush
- Soft bristles, claimed to be natural
- Applies powder softly
What I donâ€™t like about Kryolan Professional Blusher Brush Art no. 1716:
- Packaging is not nice
- I have to build the powder application to get the desired coverage
Do I recommend? OH Yes! At this price, the brush is of very good quality and itâ€™s Kryolan! Their products do work.
Take care girls! See you soon.
Have you tried Kryolan Professional Blusher Brush Art no. 1716?
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