I liked this brush so much that after using the one that I had for years, I decided to go out one day and buy four more. What I don't like about it now, is that each and every brush #213 that I have is cut differently. Not a single one of the four that I bought are cut the same way as my first one. Quite annoying and very misleading, since the reason I bought four more of these brushes was because I really liked the cut of the first one. And since they're all the same number and are in theory supposed to be the same brush, why the difference in cut? I do realize they're not all supposed to be exactly the same, but a lot of them differ wildly in how they should be cut. Very poor quality control in my opinion.
Nice brush to pack the colour on my lids. Soft hair!
This is a good brush, I use this one to apply e/s to my lid, it does not pack it on heavily, for a brush that does buy MAC #239 which is the BEST brush for packing e/s on! I still use this one though and worth it, it retails for $18 USD!
The #213 is a great general brush. It is good for all over lid color, not super good at blending. Does not apply color heavily. best when used with #224.
I have bought several e/s brushes over the years. From cheap, to
a spendy L'Oreal LE that was not worth the price, to a Maybelline that was mid priced, but WAY too long, and crappy quality. So, back to MAC. This is the brush that came with palettes I've purchased, I LOVE it. Perfect size, shape, the last one lasted 3 years, and I am not nice to my e/s brushes!
I don't use this brush too often. In the past I would have thought this was great, but it pales in comparison to my MAC goat hair brushes. This doesn't pick up very much color and isn't really stiff enough so it can be messy, difficult to work with, and not particularly precise. I do use it wet with pigments and that works pretty well, but not to define shapes.
i love this brush, i have a small lid so this is perfect on my lids.
This brush gets a good amount out of the eyeshadow pot/pan. And thats a good thing. However, you have to be really careful about how you use it or the shadow can get messy and go all over the place.
I like how this is sort of stiff and deposits color RIGHT to where you want it. It won't budge unless you blend. I don't really like to blend too much with this brush though because it is stiff. This IS the only brush I can use though to deposit my bright highly pigmented eye shadows like sushi flower, creme de violet and hepcat since I don't want those shades traveling or depositing elsewhere. Love the long black handle, makes it easy to grab and use. Enjoy! =)
I like to use this to pack on pigments on the lid.. whats weird is that it picks up some colors better than others. i can also use it on the crease which is a plus. however, mines gotten quite pokey=/ i can't even find that one strand of hair thats out of place but it has really irritated my lid! it drives me crazy.. so i mainly use this brush when damp.