Unlisted Brand • Royal and Langnickel Brushes • Makeup Brushes
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Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
These brushes are excellent quality and very well priced. I have the concealer brush and the angled liner brush and both are brilliant quality. Now that I'm older and some say wiser, I now buy only R&L and Real Techniques brushes. Easy to get via Amazon.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Hazel
One of my absolute favorite brushes is the Large Smudger brush C455 from the Silk Pro line. It's a large domed crease brush with stiff(er) bristles than any other blending/crease brush. Even though I have smaller eyes, I don't find this too big for my crease. It can be used to place color in the crease in order to blend it out with another brush, or you can use it for both placement and blending, which is what I normally do.
The handle is wider and shorter than an of the other brushes I own from MAC, Sigma, Sedona Lace, ELF, Sonia Kashuk, etc.
Age: Unknown Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Thanks to an awesome MUA'er here, my brush collection is nearly complete. I cannot believe my blessing of one brush in particular - the Royal and Langnickel BC166 Silk Synthetic Contour Brush. I had no idea what is was used for so I had to look it up. It's for precise application of cream blush, which is exactly what I needed - only I didn't know it, lol.
The brush is soft and silky feeling and the handle is perfect. The synthetic fibers are cut on an angle, so all I have to do is brush them across a stick or cream blush and I can brush color exactly where I wanted to on my cheekbones. The brush is so precise that as soon as I started applying it my cheekbones popped out with color that I had never seem before.
Normally I had been applying cream blush with my fingers, doing all sorts of tapping motions, which never deposited color exactly where I needed it. So I'd been staying away from cream blushes for this reason. I even gave a lot of my cream and liquid blushes away because I found that powder was just easier.
Now that I have the correct tool, I plan to start buying creme blushes again. It's pretty much become my favorite now.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I bought the Royal Silk 12 brush travel kit in Amazon, plus the pointed crease brush and the smudge (C430 and C445). Brushes are just ok. Power brush and Blush brush are too soft in my opinion. The rest of the brushes are just OK. I paid around 50 dollars for them so I cannot complain, but for that price I guess you could find something more useful. For the 430 I got a refund, since brush scratched.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
I just bought this, and the brushes seem amazing for the price i got them at. I got 18 brushes for 20 bucks and they are all really good quality. They have a brush in this set for everything so i would definantly recommend as a great starter kit!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Just bought a travel brush kit from Royal and Langnickel. They also make art supplies. The travel brush kit I bought is the best I have seen. It's really small, but because the eye brushes are double ended, you get 5 brushes (one end has a very nice cuticle pusher in rubber). The blush brush is small, but works great and the foundation brush is amazing. All the eyeshadow brushes are really nice, too. I can't rave about this kit enough - I am just sorry I never heard of them before - I think I would buy more from them. I'm pretty stocked up now :) Check out their website...they have other kits as well.