I am writing this review for the white handled blending brush, which i purchased for $3.99.
Best blending brush EVER. Ok fine, I haven't used one before this but this thing is great. I mean, I couldn't properly apply shadow before I got a blending brush and this one really seems to know how to mesh the colors lightly without taking all the shadow onto it's brush.
It's easy to use, easy to wash and really cheap while still being a known brand. It works equally well in blending my high end and drugtore shadows. Love this thing, would buy again if i ever lost it. or broke it :( (i hope i dont)
so far I havent lost any bristle and have washed it about 3 times. it stays as soft as when i got it too.
I loooove this brush!
I work as a makeup artist at MAC.... our brushes are some of the best but I came upon this blending brush one day and I fell in love. I have since bought an extra 4 of them.... just in case.
They are fluffy enough to blend but still skinny enough to get right in the crease.
This brush is amazing!
Initially I was quite pleased with this brush(the white-handled one). It did a great job of working color into my crease and it was so soft. But just after a few months of use the hairs went loony and it's just not as soft anymore, I clean my brushes pretty well and this brush(and my estranged Benefit Get Bent e/l piece-o-crap) looked horrible. For the price, it's a steal but if you want better quality look into the black-handled ergonomic series. I prefer Sephora's as of now but I think I'm going to replace my white SK blending brush with the one from SK's ergo line.
This is my favorite go to blending brush, I have one of mac's but prefer this one more.
I use it to blend, to put shadow on lightly to the lid. I have had it for over a year and washed it several times and it has never shed or become fragile. I just bought my second to have as a back up.
Go get this brush it is awesome!
This is one of my most favorite and most used brushes. It is a really great brush for blending, especially in the crease area. It's also great for just applying dark e/s into the crease. (I find that to be the case, anyway). With brands like SK, I really find no reason to purchase high end name brands. (And I do own h/e brushes). I use this brush everyday and wash it with soap and water once a week and spritz with brush cleanser everyday. It's as good as it has ever been, and I've had it for a year and a half.
The price for this brush is a steal. No question there. Although, its so soft and makes blending in the crease a breeze....it sheds alot. But, you can only expect a certain level of greatness from a $10 product ya know?
I've tried other brushes of Sonia and loved them all. This is the only one I'm so-so on. I would buy again because...lets be honest its cheap. But, my other quality brushes that I've purchased I've had for years and don't plan on needing to replace. This one I don't see lasting too long.
I bought this to make blending (especially in the crease) easier, and I'm so glad I did. It's very soft and is the perfect shape for using in the crease. I had no idea the reviews for this brush were so good...but I can see why!
Can we say soft?!? I was looking for a nice blending brush to help with, what else, my blending skills. I was going to purchase either MAC 224 or 217 until I read that Sonia Kashuk made a comparable brush. I'm glad I did. It really helps with my dark, matte shadows for an even and buildable application. No more blotchy work for me. This brush is a steal for about $10.
I consider this brush just as good if not better than the MAC 224. These are my reasons, which may be surprising to some, but I am a huge brush addict: The SK blending brush is softer imo than MAC 224 during application. Also, the MAC 224 may appear to have a bit smaller head size than the SK, however, the SK has a narrower tip. Since that is what I am using, the tip in the crease, the sk does as good a job. However, if I need to apply to a wider surface, the sk does the better job than the 224 when pressing down on the applicator a bit harder because the 224 splays out too much in my opinion, while the SK remains full and dense despite pressing harder on the brush head. The shape and feel of the SK handle is also more comfortable for me, and the quality of the bristles actually feels and looks better than the MAC 224 imo. Now, many may disagree, but I would challenge those ladies to think past the fact that they are "in love" with their MAC brushes and look at/use these two brushes against each other's capabilities with less bias. Also, I cannot say that the other SK brushes are comparable to any in MAC, only this one. $9.00 at Target. I am partial to my MAC 217, but I may try the SK brush with similar head to the 217 and see if I have the same experience. I dont expect it, but I will be open minded :)
great brush, great quality. cheap. i find myself using this everyday. will definately repurchase.