Unlisted Brand • Spa Resource Makeup Brushes • Makeup Brushes
|Would buy this product again.||63%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Olive, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I have 7 of these brushes - Powder, Foundation, Stipple, Blush, Smudge, Cream Shadow and Eye & Brow Definer. I got all of these brushes for under $7 a piece, which in my opinion, is a pretty awesome steal. These are actually very good quality brushes. They're super soft and I've had almost little to no shedding during washes. The only brush that I probably don't like is the Eye & Brow Definer because of how rough and scratchy it is. But other than that, these brushes are superb in terms of softness, application and price. These are great for someone on a budget who doesn't wanna splurge on higher end brands. The appearance is pretty nice too. The brushes are really similar (if not identical) to the Bobbi Brown brushes with the black ferrule and wooden lacquered handle.
I'll most likely be repurchasing when time comes to replace mine.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Amazing brushes!! MAC quality! Under $9 for a face brush, under $5 for an eye brush. So soft, so durable. Does its jobs beautifully I have 9 of these brushes and I've only experience shedding with the stippling brush. The only problem I have is that the handles are way too long and don't fit in my makeup bag. That's only 3 of my single brushes though. I have the stippling brush, the foundation brush, the crease blender & the 6 piece eye brush set. None of then were over $10 before tax the set was 9.97!! Steal! The eye brush set came with mini handles and a portable case with a pocket to the side perfect for putting everyday mascaras in. It comes with a brow and eye definer, a brow and lash brush, an eye smudge brush, a cream eyeshadow brush, and my 2 favorites for blending- the eye sweep brush and the angled eyeshadow brush. These brushes are so soft and when they're needed to be dense they are but still soft. None of them are scratchy and the eye brushes are the perfect sizes for they're job. The brow and lash brush is pretty standard but I comb out my clumps of mascara with the lash side. The cream shadow brush is just a standard flat shader, pretty dense. The brow and eye definer isn't the best for eyes especially the inner corners because it is too thick, I wish it wasn't because its dense enough to be an eyeliner brush. At first I was skeptical about the smudge brush because they had brushes out to feel before you buy them, it seemed like it was less dense then the crease blender and I wanted to use that as a pencil brush but it turned out to be actually amazing for applying crease colors but the shape of it makes it work beautifully yet not harsh on eyes. The angled eye brush and the eye sweep brush blend like no other, I was expecting myself to like the angled one more because of the shape but they both do an amazing job for blending. The crease blender is PERFECT for applying colour to the crease but the name is misleading because it's just as good as blending as a flat shader would be. The stippling brush does shed a little but I use it for blush, contouring, highlighting, & foundation, it's so multifunctional and gets the job done flawlessly but it sheds. The foundation brug was my first brush not only from this brand it was my first brush ever; the brush leaves your foundation cakey and streaky so I was about to throw it out cause I got a foundation brush from a random brand that got the job done. But I blended my under eye concealer with this and holy crap!! It's amazing for that's blends concealer like no other and leaves it looking flawless in no time. Overall this brand has high end quality, soft brushes. People need to try more than the stippling brush. Bottom line, I recommend this brand for brushes 100%
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I got this brush on a whim and it sheds. SHEDS SHEDS SHEDS. It's not terrible where chunks of the brush come out. It just leaves one or two strands that you have to use your fingers to get off completely ruining the blending aspect of this tool. Avoid this one if you can.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Red, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I bought Spa Resource's Stippling Brush to try out with my foundation. It was $7 at Wal-Mart. It actually does the job pretty well, despite a bit of shedding at times. I bought Elf's Studio stippling brush to compare and found that I preferred the large size of the Spa Resource one. I'll eventually buy a better quality stippling brush, but this one does the job for now.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Other
Ugh. How do I even begin this review? I purchased the travel set a month ago. My main issue is with the blush brush, which sheds an awful lot. I am truly disappointed with this purchase, and although I don't have issues with the rest of the brushes (w/c i hardly use anyway), i feel like i should have spent my money on another brand. The blush brush feels scratchy and stringy and itchy on the face. The product display was soft and seemed okay when i tried it, but after a couple of uses and washes, it became all stringy. Please do yourselves a favor and get something else!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Grey
I have the SPAresource powder brush and I really really really hate it. Not only does it shed so easily, but it quickly loses it's softness. The ones in Walmart on display are so soft to the touch, but after one use it becomes significantly less soft and almost too rough to use on your face. Additionally, it's rather bulky and awkwardly sized. It's also annoying to clean and I've just had an awful experience with this brush. I can honestly say that my $1 Forever21 brush functions better than this powder brush!! There are so many better alternatives within the $10 ish range, don't waste your time with this brush.
FYI - I bought it for using pressed powder and bronzer.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Curly, Fine Eyes: Blue
I have two of these brushes, the crease brush and the stipple brush. I love the crease brush and I use it every day so I figured that the stipple brush would be a good buy as well. I wish I still had my receipt because I would return it. It sheds like crazy and I have to pick bristles off my face. I washed it twice so far and it still sheds. I am looking for the Ecotools kabuki but it is always sold out. I would buy the smaller brushes again but not the larger bristle ones.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I got this brush at walmart for under $5. Love this brush. I use it everyday now. Great for applying my crease color. Its soft and holds color great. Percect size for my small eyes. I have washed it a handfuI of times and so far its holding its shade very well. No flaring like some brushes do. I want to try the foundation brush next.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I've got two of these brushes - the crease blender (good stuff) and two stipple brushes (one for me, one for my mom).
The stipple brush SHEDS LIKE CRAZY. I felt like someone rubbed a cat all over my face as I was trying to put on my makeup. I'm going to try washing it a few times to see if it reduces the shedding, but otherwise I am extremely unhappy with that brush (as is my mother).
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
i bought the stipple brush and it SHEDS like crazy when i first used it to dip foundation off my hands...the brush blended my liquid foundation really well though while i tested out on my hand. i was reluctant to put it on my face...i would not recommend this brush...i was having high hopes that it would work well...since the price is amazing...i would not recommend this stipple brush...
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Other, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I got the stippling brush from walmart and i did not like this brush at all. i was looking for the eco tools one but it was sold out so i got this one. The smell of this brush smells bad but it isn't a strong smell. The reason why i couldn't stand it was because it kept shedding so much. Every time i used it, it shed like crazy. i used liquid foundation with this brush and gave a pretty good finish. My skin didn't look cakey or show up dry flakes. However, i find this gives me less coverage and absorbs a lot of product. Overall, the application is good but shedding really bothered me.
Price: $10CAD at walmart
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
got the stippling brush from walmart seems like the only place i've seen these brushes. I saw this a few times but hesitated b/c it looked a little cheap but i lovvve cheap thrills so what the hey i decided to buy it. Turns out it's a pretty good brush i used it for my foundation it's really soft and i didn't notice any odd smells from the brush. It makes my makeup look flawless it works much better then the sponges that i usually use which sucks up all the foundation before im done =) the only downfall it does sometimes shed on my face but i just usually pick it off lol
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I was excited when I saw a stippling brush that looked like it was pretty good quality and it had a pretty good price (8$) from wal-mart. So, I decided to buy it. The packaging is cheap, but thats what you usually get from drugstore products.
When I opened it, it smelt SO bad. Like, disgusting. So, I washed it. The smell was still awful, but not as bad. I use this with powder, (rarely liquid foundation) and it worked amazingly. It was so soft on my face, and it gave me full coverage. I was amazed.
So, I kept using this for about 5 months now, not everyday, but once a week maybe. And, I was using it about 2 minutes ago, and ALL the bristles fell out.
I have no idea how this happened. When I would wash it, I would be extra careful and be sure that no water went into the handle. And none ever did. The glue just came loose and ALL of my bristles fell out.
I am definately going to buy this again because I love the application it gives with powder and liquid foundation, and the price is good too. But if this happens to me one more time, than I will never repurchase this product again.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Kinky, Medium Eyes: Brown
These brushes are really good :D They're arn't as expensive as the other brushes and they're super soft and dense!! It such a good quality brush. My only is issue, is the barrel and the handle. I have the new stipple brush , foundation brush and concealer brush. The stipple brush and the concealer brushes handle and the barrel are a little loose, but they dont bother me that much. Overall a great product.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Red Eyes: Green
Decent inexpensive brushes.The bristles are soft and preform really well with m/u application. I have purchased the blush brush, the powder brush, the concealer brush, eyeshadow brushes, and contour brush in my collection. The only cons I have had are they do shed during washings, the powder brush isn't as dense as other powder brushes in my collection, and they are built to last for more then a few months.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I love the SPAresource brushes! I own five: the blush brush, the powder brush, the concealer brush, the lip brush (which I use for concealer, too.), and the foundation brush. All were an incredibly good deal, and are found only at Walmart, I think. The powder brush is amazing, it is so soft and big and rivals face brushes that are five times the price (I bought it for about $7 or $8). The blush brush is my least favourite of the five, but it is still soft and applies blushes, bronzers, and highlighters all over the face very well. It was about $5. The foundation brush was $3, and is VERY soft, and applies cream and liquid foundations as well as brushes that are many times more expensive. The concealer brush looks like a small synthetic eyeshadow brush, but it works well to apply and blend concealers. The lip brush is perfect to precisely apply and blend concealer on very small areas, such as pimples. Both brushes were around $2.
All the SPAresource brushes I purchased were of wonderful quality and value. I definitely recommend them!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Good brush for the value. I paid about $3 Cdn at Walmart for the eyeshadow brush. It's a very dependable brush. Its bristles aren't super dense or super soft but they are not prickley either. Because the bristles aren't very dense (like a MAC), you will have to work a little more at packing on the colour but I'm okay with that.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I own the small eyeshadow brush and I absolutely love it! In fact, I was in Sephora the other day and saw that it is an exact replica of the Sephora Professionnel Platinum Natural Small Eyeshadow Brush #15 that sells for $18 US. I only paid $3 for this!
I love the size of the brush because it is perfect for my small eyelids. Also, the bristles are densely packed which can pick up a lot of product. I wash this everyday after use with a solution of water and dish soap, and none of the bristles have fallen out. I treat it once a month with hair conditioner and the bristles are still soft. I already own two of these and would purchase more!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I also got some of Spa Resources brushes from WalMart Canada.
I got the concealer brush and medium e/s brush.
The concealer brush STANK (!!!) when I took it out of the packaging.
I washed it several times, still STANK!
I just couldn't get rid of the smell so I've stopped using it.
Besides, the bristles aren't that great either.
They created streaks on my under eye area, which I had to use my finger to blend the concealer instead.
So what's the point of using the brush????
The other e/s brush is a-ok.
It felt soft when I first ran my finger through it, but that's deceiving!
It didn't pack much e/s and it didn't spread the e/s well over my lid (it's a bit stiff!)
I know they're cheap, that's why I bought them in the first place.
But the quality is disappointing.
I'd rather save the money to buy better quality brushes that are just a tad more expensive than the Spa Resources ones.
- POSH brushes (around CDN5-15, depending on what kind of brushes, they often go on SALE for 25-30% off at PharmaPlus/Rexall). THEY'RE AWESOME!
- E.L.F. brushes (e/s, blending, angled defining for USD1. Great quality - just for those 3 though!)
- ECOTools brushes (they also have these at Walmart Canada, but not many selections. The powder and blush brushes are super soft and eco-friendly. I got them for about CDN7-8)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I got these from Walmart in Canada, and I have to say, I'm fairly impressed with the product! To date, I have the concealer brush, the foundation brush, and the brow/liner brush.
They are nicely lacquered and have, thus far, had little to no shedding. They are all synthetic fibers.
My least favorite of the 3 I own has to be the concealer brush, as I find the bristles 'clump' together over time with concealer application. However, it still gets the job done. And to be fair - I typically use this brush to apply MAC Paint Pots, which is not the same consistency as concealer.
Raves for the foundation brush. However, I do not use it for its stated purpose. I use it for concealer application. It is soft and blends beautifully. However, it is not as large as other foundation brushes, which could mean that it would take longer to apply foundation if you purchase it for this purpose (I use my Sephora Professional Foundation brush for my foundation, as it is bigger!).
The brow brush is a middle of the road brush, that does a great job for a $2 (CAN) price tag. Great brushes.