This is a lovely, soft, natural bristle blush brush. Unlike other Reviewers, I don't find it sheds. The size of the head and density of the bristles allows for beautiful, natural blush application. It's easy to keep clean. I really love this blush brush, but the $56 price tag is a bit high. If you're a makeup artist, perfectionist or brush junkie, this is a brilliant brush.
I got this as a gift and use it as a blush/highlighter brush. It works just fine, but it does shed quite a bit and when I wash it, blue comes out of it. Otherwise, I like it because the bristles are soft and it applies my blush amazingly.
I'm not sure where $56 comes from, the Lancome website says $41. NOT THAT THIS IS ALL THAT MUCH CHEAPER :D
I bought this brush when I was in college. That was 10 years ago. I would have never bought such an expensive brush (I hardly knew what good brushes were), but I had a credit at Saks from a gift return. It's been beat up, lost a few hairs, but still applies my blush like a champ! The bristles have become baby soft over time, and I actually don't mind losing some hairs because it makes for a nice, sheer, easily blended application. I can use this with my most pigmented blush (NARS Exhibit A) and trust that I won't overdo it.
It is very soft. Yes, it is. However, it shreds like crazy. I was so surprised seeing how can an expensive brush can shred so easily with very bristle hair O-O. It looked nice though
With that kind of price and how much it shreds just after two months of use, even softer version can't make me happy...
I really regret buying it :). I would rather spend that money for MAC brush.
I got this in a kit so It looks a little different the one sold seperately but wow the price is insane for a blush brush. However it is super soft and does the job but definitely not worth 50 bucks.
I bought this brush atleast 4 years ago. I found it to be very expensive at $56. It is soft and does the job just fine. It shed a bit when I first started to use it, but doesn't now. I bought this brush when I was new to blush, it was my first blush type brush. I have bought atleat 12 other blush type brushes but always come back to this one, it applies the blush the best. I would buy a new one if I ever lost it or it got wrecked.
I own this brush,it was very expensive, like all the reviews have mentioned,though its a very nice light and easy to use brush,thep rice is not so easy! Wow! 56.00$ for a blush brush,I know Lancome makes good brushes but they are better out there like Trish McEvoy, I do find that this brush is suitable for many funtions,and its soft and subtle, will repurchase if the price was lower.
Wonderfully soft, perfect sized head, on a long, sturdy handle. It doesn't drag along the cheek, and distributes blush effortlessly. Wow, Lancome! I am pleased to find a quality product among your many, many sub-par offerings!
This is actually a really great blush brush, its just that it is ridiculously expensive. I got it in a GWP though : D I mean, what else do you expect from lancome? When I washed this, not a lot of product came out, and this is after like 2 months of use. Not a lot of bristles come out, but they do, which can get annoying but oh well. I wouldn't buy this though, its too pricey for me, so I'm going to take good care of this brush and make sure it lasts a long time.
BEST blush brush out there!!!
It is expensive (56$CAD+tax) but well worth the money if you consider it's performance, quality, excellent handles, and extra packaging. Chanel's is similar but has extremely short handles which I don't like. MAC has a whole bunch of different ones, but the quality is not as great for the same price you pay and the packaging is poor.
The hairs are all natural, super soft, pick up just the right amount of blush (or other powder, I also use it for my Chanel powder highlighter), and are dense. It applies very naturally too. Love the silver lacquered handles too!