I love this brush so much, I bought a second as back up and won't hesitate to buy a third! I use it with my Revlon Color Stay liquid everyday. As others have said, apply the foundation to your face in dots or small patches, then dot and stipple with this brush, finishing with light blending motions. It's AMAZING! Airbrush finish is exactly right.
I've washed the brush, and it dried back in perfect condition. Not a single complaint about this brush...it is top notch.
I'm dropping my overall rating down to a 1 from a 4. When I had first gotten this the bristles popped right out of the metal in one chunk. I fixed it with super glue. It happened a second time and I only had elmers glue. I just fixed it for a third time with super glue and I'm fed up. I've had cheaper brushes that haven't fallen apart!
Holy crap! Why did I ever apply foundation with my fingers??
I'm a late bloomer, mostly a makeup idiot. However I can't manage to streak or poorly blend foundation with this brush. It feels good on my face and gives me a better than hoped for finish.
BEST brush ever!! I love it for applying foundation- nice and small so I can get everywhere unlike my Elf powder brush which is too big. I love it! Nice and firm and dense. Such good quality (and for $15)! It never has shed at all and is very durable. Very quick and easy to use! And super soft. Perfect!!
Excellent. I use it every day for cream blushes. It's most distinctive in its delicate, uniform application of highly pigmented products. Press gently first, then blend. No shedding at all.
What a fabulous brush! I use it for liquid foundation and I'm so please with the results! I paid around 13 bucks for this baby at Target, came home, washed it and let dry over night. Like the others said, it does take forever to dry because it's so dense. But I'm not complaining. To apply my foundation, I put little dots of the make up all over and then buffed in with this brush. The brush does soak up a lot of the product, again, because it's so dense, so that's why I apply the foundation to my face first. The result is a beautiful, light, airbrushed finish. I'm in love with this thing! I'm going to buy another one for my cheek stain and highlighter, it's so multipurposed. Def a great investment. It doesn't shed or stink or feel course after washing it, it's just a wonderful brush.
This brush really is amazing. I use it to apply my Nars sheer glow foundation. First off I have to comment on the quality of the brush. It is ridiculously soft. The design of the handle is so practical and really allows one to grip the brush. When used with liquid foundation, this brush allows me to really work the foundation onto my skin and easily blends it. You hardly have to do any work! Try this with liquid foundation i guarantee you will be satisfied. does not shed and i give this brush a 10/10! Got it at target for like 14.99. Pretty good price i believe compared to MAC.
I Lalala LOVE this brush! I have used it with liquid foundation, loose powder, pressed powder and blush. It definitely what it says, a multipurpose brush. You can not beat the price either!
I bought this brush at Target a couple of days ago based on the reviews I've been reading here, and I must say that I LOVE LOVE LOVE this brush! This is the first time I've used a brush to apply and blend liquid foundation (I've only used kabuki brushes to apply mineral foundation). I was considering ordering the dual fiber brush from MAC, but did some research and kept reading wonderful things about this brush. I'm on a pretty tight budget, and I think that this is a great deal. I only paid $16 for mine at Target. The bristles are very soft on my very sensitive skin, but dense enough to blend and buff my foundation flawlessly. I would definitely repurchase!! :)
Love, Love, Love this brush! I use it to apply liquid foundation. All you need is a tiny bit of foundation and this applies it beautifully and with no shedding! This brush is really great quality for the price. This has replaced my MAC 188 and 109. I wish I had discovered Sonia Kashuk brushes before I spent hundreds and hundreds of dollars on MAC ones.