Revlon • All Over Shadow Brush • Makeup Brushes
|Would buy this product again.||91%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I picked this up this evening and am looking forward to using it. It looks very similar to a Maybelline eye shadow brush that I've had for years, and since I've had trouble finding another one as a backup I hope this fits the bills. I like the shape of the brush and how soft it feels. Hoping it also holds up as well as my Maybelline and MAC brushes.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
This brush is awesome and inexpensive so everyone who wears makeup should get one in my opinion
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
Love it! I purchased this brush at Big Lots and to my surprise I am not disappointed. Since the it's a little larger I use it to apply my base and then to blend. The brissels are soft and it doesn't shed. It's a really nice brush.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Hazel
I gave this Revlon brush many changes, but alas, it has failed!
The bristles, though dense, are not very firm, something that makes application a bit sloppy. Also, I noticed it does not pick up nearly as much color as, say, the MAC 208, or even all-over shadow brushes by many other brands. Also, its a bit big and bulky, another factor which contributes to sloppy application. I'm also not too crazy about the slight sharpness of the bristles. Returned it.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
PROS: Comes with a pouch for protection. Works wonderfully for a somewhat vague line in application (not too defined.) Wish I could give it a "6." But still deposits color well. I use when I think my MAC 213 will deposit too much or will leave too definite/harsh a border. Quite inexpensive.
CONS: There really aren't any for me.
ALTERNATES: This is like the MAC 213 Shader Brush, but bigger and a bit softer , less precise application.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
LOVE THIS BRUSH. At first I thought the brush would be a little too big because I have very small asian eyes but it was perfect. The price is very cheap too, I didnt think it would be as good quality as it is for 8 dollars. not scratchy at all. I like it better than my mac brush! ive had it for a few weeks and use it every day. its starting to shed, but veryvery little maybe 3 hairs have fallen out? i will be buying 2 more!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Fine Eyes: Black
I bought this brush today..luv it-excellent multitasker!would recommend..quality is better than mac brush's!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
This is easily the most versatile brush I own at the moment. I love how it's flat but widens upwards and ends in a flat rounded tip that fits perfectly into my crease. It takes exactly two swipes with this brush to create a perfect crease - one for applying colour and one for blending. If you hold it horizontally in your crease it gives a very precise but soft crease shadow, and if you hold it vertically it blends lines to smooth perfection.
The bristles are very soft and densely packed, they don't shed at all and the handle is very long so it gives better control. This, the Revlon contour shadow brush and the mac 219 (pencil brush) is pretty much all I need to create a perfect eye look in less than 3 minutes. I apply a wash of a light colour with the contour brush, then apply a darker shade to my upper and lower lashline with the 219 and darken my crease with the all over shader.
I picked this up for £5 in Superdrug, it's a ridiculous price for such a good brush. Revlon brushes seem to be really good quality as well, I've my contour shadow brushes for over a year and they're good as new.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I got lucky and picked this brush up for less than $2.00 at a Big Lots store.
It's very soft and I like how long the handle is. I like using this only for my brow bone highlight shadows, it's great at softening and diffusing sharp edges of my shadows on my lids and blending upward toward my brow bone.
Great brush and definitely worth having one around.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Warm Hair: Black, Coarse Eyes: Brown
Oh my goodness, HG ALERT! HG ALERT! I first need to say that even though I own over 50 makeup brushes, I find myself not being able to say no to a good quality, inexpensive makeup brush. Case in point, I was in Big Lots a few a weeks ago and stumbled upon this brush which was only $2.50. I didn't even bother taking it out of the package to test it for I already own two Revlon Contour Shadow Brush which I adore so I was sure this brush would be OK quality. Thankfully, this brush is better than OK quality, it is AWESOME. It's super soft, dense, picks up & deposits colors beautifully, hasn't shed or bled after multiple cleanings/washings and was very inexpensive. I liked this brush so much that when Ulta had a Revlon Brush BOGOF a couple of weeks after buying the first brush, I bought two more brushes (thankfully, I had a coupon so I was able to get the second brush for free) and get this, I now own three wonderful eyeshadow brushes and I paid less than $9 for all of them combined -- now that is a bargain.
This brush has replaced the $1 ELF Professional Shadow Brush as my favorite eyeshadow brush. The only con about this brush is that it's difficult to find, so I suggest you either stalk your local Big Lots or purchase this brush from either Ulta/Ulta.com or Drugstore.com for they are well worth the additional effort to locate.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
this was dirttttttt cheap.
great as a crease brush.
very nice, the bristles are strong too.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Olive, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
Brush # 1159-04 I found a few of these at my local CCO... I bought them all after taking one out of the package and feeling the quality... also bought all of the contour shadow brushes they had (see my review on that one). For reference, it falls in between a MAC 213 & 227, leaning more toward the 213 in size. It is extremely soft, well cut, and the handle is fatter, therefore more comfortable (to me, anyway) than the 213. It's 7.5 inches long, including the bristles, 3/8 of an inch wide across the widest part of the ferrule, and 1/8 thick at top of ferrule. The actual bristles are 1/2" x 1/2" at widest/tallest points. The ferrule is 1 9/16" long. I have to say, that I'm in love with these. They really pack on color, and can perform multi-function... all over lid (as the name implies), crease, hilighter, and can even get into my outer corners fairly well (I have fairly large lids, though). The bristles have great snap-back, and hold their shape well. I didn't have any fall out, or mess when picking up shadows from palettes, nor on my cheek when applying. They're super sturdy feeling, as well... and I yanked on the bristles to be sure there would be no stragglers falling out when I got home and actually used them (and there haven't been... knock wood). These are all natural bristles with birch handles... the package doesn't state which fur... but are super soft and firm. If you can find them somewhere, I recommend grabbing a few. Really fantastic brushes!