I bought 2 of these on sale about 3 years ago. They are still in perfect condition (they have the silver ferrule) - now I see they have some that are silver, some are black.
I wash mine very 3 days and use one to fill in brows daily, the other for gel/powder liners. Works great, washes easily, no issues with quality or hair shedding at all. Very easy to use and Shoppers often has sales. I would recommend the Quo brushes to anyone looking to build up their collection! I went back and got the fan brush, kabuki, eyeshadow brushes etc and yes, if they ever fell apart (they are still perfect) I would repurchase.
Love this brush. I use it everyday to fill in my eyebrows. I dunno what else to say I just love this brush and how well it works.
I have had this brush over ten years and love love love it. I have used it wet, dry, or with gel liners and have always had the results I wanted!! Quo brushes are the best!
I originally bought it for brows, but ended up using it for gel and liquid liners. It does the trick well and economically. After 2 years, it's held up really well
Bought this on 40% off, obviously (: It's very fine, which i absolutely love. It's sooo much better than the EcoTools one. I use it for liner and brows, and LOVE it.
i use this brush pretty much every day, in fact i like to keep a spare on hand. if you get it on sale, it's a steal.
This is a nice brush if you're on a budget, but I find it a bit too thick, and it's not easy at all to make a nice wing with it. But it does fine in a pinch, or if you're just starting out and need an affordable brush to play around with. For what it's worth, I bought the Professional version (black handle) one at the same time, and I don't see a difference, so save your money and pick this up instead (at 40% off of course).
I use this brush for eyeliner only. Actually, I don't use brow powder so i haven't tried it on my brows so I don't know about that. It's a good eyeliner brush and gives a very precise line. I also like the fact that it doesn't shed. I have washed it many times and it is still together!
I use this brush strictly for gel/cream eyeliners. Quo brushes are not all winners, but this one is definitely a hit. I got this on sale at shoppers drug mart (they have Quo stuff on 40% off sale once in a while). This is good for medium to thicker lining, which i prefer due to my eye shape, you can also get a precise wing out of it for cat eyes because it's angled. I think this is more suitable if you want your eyes to stand out with strong eye lining techniques, but not so much for simple, barely there very thin lines or tight lines. The brush itself is very high quality as well, it's the perfect stiffness to line your eyes with. I always wipe it clean on a piece of tissue after usage to avoid clumps for the next use, and soap clean it once a week.
I love the versatility of these brushes - you can use them for applying cream/gel liner, applying dark shadow over liner to set it, filling in the brows, precision concealer application - even as a lip brush. The bristles are dense enough to apply a decent amount of even product, but also the tapered tip and angle allow for detailed and precise application. I find these easer to control than traditional liner brushes and these brushes are soft and gentle on delicate skin in the eye area. I find the quality and feel of this Quo brush to be nearly comparable to MAC's 266 brush but for a fraction of the price. They last forever (I even have a travel size one that kicks around in the bottom of my makeup bag and used on a daily basis and I've had it for over a year - still perfect!) and don't frizz or lose bristles. These are a steal if you can pick them up in an SDM sale, but even at regular price they're a great investment for those who can't stretch to MAC prices!