I'm in the minority of the reviews because I didn't like the handle and how dense it was. I ended up returning this because I have a smaller ecotools brush that works much better, which came from a 5pc set, and I love it. I would've liked it if the handle wasn't a huge cylinder.
Am I the only one that has issues with washing this brush? Before washing, it was lovely, just as all the below reviews described. But after (I used baby shampoo, which is what I have used for years on a variety of brushes, with no ill effects) the bristles became extremely hard and scratchy, to the point of being unusable. This happened with the travel kabuki too, though not the brush or eye brushes, which I also have. SO WEIRD. Anyone?
This is a amazingly high quality brush that only cost me $9.99 at Target. This brush is sooo soft and the bristles are densly packed. The head is HUGE, so you can do your face quickly. This is currently my favorite brush. I use it for my Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation, Blot Powder, MUFE HD Powder and my all over bronzer. I love that it's eco friendly and creulty free as well. It's a win-win situation.
Takes forever to dry!!! I am too impatient to wait for it to dry. I stopped using it and moved on to more less densely packed brush.
I love this brush so much that I bought two backups. It is a super soft quality brush, like all Eco Tools brushes are. I use this brush to buff mineral foundation or to buff in blush or bronzer. No longer will I buy MAC brushes when Eco Tools are just as good or superior for a fraction of the price.
Ummm, have I died and gone to heaven??!? A makeup brush that's under $10 and is a quality product??!? I was skeptical to pick this brush up, but am I glad I did. It is super soft yet thick and dense. Absorbs plenty of product yet disperses all of it instead of soaking it up like many of the cheaper counter parts. I use this particular one as my regular powder brush. I enjoy using it, and love the price tag. Just goes to prove that a quality product doesn't have to cost you a fortune. Hopefully ecotools doesn't catch on that their brushes are that great and bump up the price ;)
I love this brush, use it daily. I don't wear bronzer. I use this brush to buff off any excess loose mineral makeup. I first apply the loose mineral makeup with Coastal Scents Flat Top Synthetic Brush, which is wonderful. Then I use the Ecotools Bronzer Brush to buff the excess and refine the finish. Love this brush so much I bought a few backups. The best low end brush I've ever had.
First of all, "bronzer" blush, my ass. This performs better than most of what they label kabuki brush. The bristles are super soft and don't shed, unlike Spa Resources.
I use it to apply Maybelline Mineral Power powder fdn. It deposits colour evenly and smoothly. I like how this doesn't ppick up too much powder. This is basically an excellent kabuki w/rather long handle :)
Another product I have and LOVE from Ecotools. It works just as well as high-top designer bronzer brushes. It's literally a kabuki on a longer shaft. It works really well, and it's an amazing price. Highly recommended. Can be purchased at any drugstore or Target.
I adore this brush. It's a big, super dense, uber soft kabuki on a nice big bamboo handle. I feel like I should have (and would have) paid way more for it than I did- $10 is a steal for this brush. However, I don't use it for bronzer. I use it to apply mineral foundation, or whatever powder I am setting with that I happen to want a bit of coverage from. This buffs product in perfectly. I also use it to do a final buff over my face to blend blush and bronzer into the skin. I try to clean this daily with a spritz of alcohol and a quick wipe on a paper towel, but when I do a thorough wash it takes a whole day for this densely packed brush to dry. I've had this for a year and it hasn't shed an artificial filament. I recommend this, and all Ecotools brushes, regularly to friends/family and would surely repurchase.