Unlisted Brand • Posh - crease brush duo • Makeup Brushes
|Would buy this product again.||82%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan, Neutral Hair: Brown, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I was in a tight crunch. My crease brushes disappeared and I didn't have the $$$ to go to MAC or sephora to get the brands I wanted [and everywhere was out of NYX, Ecotools, ELF brushes which are the drug store brands I turned too. So I saw this duo of brushes and decided to try it out. They were AWFUL they shed right in my eyes on the FIRSTuse. If I could return them for my money I would.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I love this crease brush duo! They work better than my MAC brushes for the crease. I found this duo one night as I was grocery shopping at Lucky Supermarket and it was only $2.99 for the duo! I figured $2.99 was a near nothing lose if they didn't work well but to my surprise I fell in love with them and would buy more brushes like these.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Black
Got this for 50% off at the Rexall counter, what a steal! The small ones great for the lower lashline, and even filling in the brows. The bigger ones great for, well, the crease!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Green
I can be such a skeptic about detail brushes. Of course it's easy to find great fluffy powder brushes, but it's not at all the same game with small brushes. I had been looking for a brush for applying shadow to my lower lash line and had finally admitted to myself that I was just going to buy MAC's 219 rather than have a brush that wasn't "right". I AM SO GLAD THAT I BOUGHT THESE! The smaller one does exactly what I want it to, and does it perfectly! From the shape, the point, stiffness, softness of hairs, this brush is perfect. The larger one is the most precise crease brush that I've ever seen, once again perfect! I'm not even curious about the 219 any longer, check these out!!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
What a bargain these brushes are. I've got several MAC brushes including the MAC pencil brush and the 224 but these Posh brushes perform just as well for me and at a fraction of the price of one MAC brush. So far they haven't shed (even if they do, they were such a bargain that I'll still feel they were worth the price) and they are soft but firm enough to do the jobs I need them to do. I wish I could find more brushes from this company but the store where I got them doesn't seem to be carrying them any more.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Curly, Fine Eyes: Blue
I enjoy these two brushes more than I thought I would. I own quite a few Posh brushes and for the most part, they are great. Others have mentioned these being a bit rough and not soft...Maybe the consistency isn't the same(?) because mine are very soft, yet packed in well ...so they do the job but without tearing up my eyes. I have had mine for about a year...possibly a bit longer. I can't recall specifics. I have used mine over and over and washed them each time and they haven't become scratchy. I find myself using the larger one for placement of crease color and the small one for creating a smokey effect under my eyes...using the shadows under my lower lashes. It works very well for that, perfect size. Others have mentioned their prices of purchase....I don't remember the exact amout, but I'd say it is right on target to what they've said. Great deal for two brushes! Especially since I have gotten so much use out of them and not had any significant shedding or break down of the brush.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I used to think I loved Posh brushes, but lately I'm changing my mind, and these 2 brushes are partly to blame. They are stiffer and scratchier than I would like, and I can't use even the larger one to blend. Too bad, because I really need good brushes that are this exact size. The Yves Rocher crease brush is similar in size to the larger one in this duo, but it's so much softer and fluffier.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Love this brush duo. They usually retail for $7.99 at Pharmaplus but I had a $2 off coupon and got the set for $5.99. Unlike some other reviewers, I haven't had problems with the shedding and mine seem to be solidily made.
I particularly like this duo because the brush heads are quite small and they suit my small Asian eyes perfectly. The bristles are very soft but are definitely not cut as precisely as a MAC brush but for the price I can live with that.
EDIT: After a couple of weeks of use and washes, I have found the bristles have gotten scratchy.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Other Eyes: Hazel
I got this set for $7.99 at K-Mart and they are a steal! Perfect for blending, or all-over application. They are super soft, don't shed, and wash nicely with soap and water.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
I love these brushes! I got them at K-Mart for next to nothing and they are such good quality. Very soft, perfect for the job, no shedding...can't ask for much more! They are also very cute! Love the shiney red handle!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Price : $5.99 CAD (on sale at Rexall canadian drugstore, reg $7.99)
Two brushes for $5.99 is dirt cheap! but i only use the little one for putting on shimmery white e/s near my tear duct and the other one i never use because it's too dome shape for depositing color into the crease and it's too dense and small for blending color in the crease. The big one also sheds like crazy which i hate plus the ferrule of brushes came off so i had to glue it back :(. i wouldnt buy this again because it's a bit useless for me.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight Eyes: Green
These aren't the softest brushes I've ever owned, but for what they are, they're amazing. At 8 bucks (CDN) for two brushes... I'm blown away.
The larger one is an amazing crease brush for me, it's the perfect size, and the perfect mix between blender brush and shader brush to distribute and blend out crease colours. It's a great choice for creating an outer V, too.
The brush I'm more impressed with, honestly, though, is the smaller one. This one is exactly what I wanted MAC's 219 to be. I find the 219 to be a little too pointed and too stiff. This one is the same size, but quite a bit softer and a little more rounded, and makes it so much easier to blend out harsh liner, or deposit colour under my lower lashline without poking myself.
I'm very pleased with these brushes, and even more pleased that I didn't have to shell out the hefty pricetags of higher end brushes. The only issue with these is that one of my brushes had the handle dislodge from the ferrule, so I had to superglue them back together, but haven't had a problem since.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
ABSOLUTELY satisfied with my purchase of these brushes :)
I use the big one A LOT to define my crease (or create a 'fake' crease, since I have the monolid asian eyes).
It works wonders! The brush is very soft, yet dense.
It packs on A LOT of e/s, so one sweep (or even a dab!) on your e/s is enough!
I use the small one (which is as amazing as the big sis) to color my inner corners and smudge the eyeliner on my lower lash lines.
It's also great to create the outer-v, since smaller eyes (like mine) don't have a wide enough space to draw the outer-v using regular crease/angled brush.
I got them at Rexall (Canadian drug store) for 25% off regular price (yay!)
They often go on sale and I regretted that I didn't get the other brushes on that day :(
WILL BUY MORE! :D :D
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I totally agree with the reviewer below, this two brushes are great: great control, soft application and soooo feminine, will buy again if they ever get lost/too old :)
I have other Posh brushes and I'm hooked :)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Dry, Tan Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I am surprised that these brushes don't get more love. These brushes remind me of the Essence of Beauty crease brushes found at CVS except they are even better. You can find these brushes at any Kmart for 7.99. Like the Essence of Beauty crease brushes, there's two that come in a clear plastic pouch with a sliding closure. There's a medium sized fluffy brush and a smaller one that is about half the size. They are great for blending. I've washed them and they're holding up as well. There has not been any shedding or changes in shape/form. The bristles are more dense and packed more closely together than the EOB ones hence there is more control. The larger one blends beautifully and I actually think this is more effective than my MAC 217 which costed me over $20. The smaller brush is far superior to the EOB one and works like the MAC 219 which I also own and it also costed me over $20 as well. It is not as good as the 219 but it's very close. It smudges eyeshadow and applies eyeshadow to the lower lashline pretty well. I am thinking about buying another pack of these and I hardly ever buy two of the exact same brush..that's how much I love them and for only 7.99, why not. If I had known how great these brushes were, I wouldn't have purchased the 219 and 217.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Dark Hair: Black Eyes: Other
these brushes are great
the bigger one for the crease and the smaller one u can use to put shadow on the lower lashline. GREAT brushes
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
I love posh brushes. I was surprised that their products were listed on here, so I thought I would make the first one. I hope they aren't listed and I just didn't find them.
This crease brush duo comes with two crease brushes, one smaller and one bigger. They are fabulous! really good quality. Posh brushes always come packaged very nicely in a plastic baggy thing with a closure on the side and can be re-used. Their motto is "you can purchase a more expensive make-up brush, but not a better one" - and it's true.