Tom Ford • Cream Foundation Brush • Makeup Brushes
|Would buy this product again.||22%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Normally I use a beauty blender or a bare escentuals kabuki but I thought I'd splurge on some Tom Ford cosmetics & accessories after landing an awesome job. I paid full price, $72 USD for this brush. It was not what I expected. It does shed and the fibers stick to your made-up face, and for this price I expected something that would flawlessly and seamlessly blend my liquid makeup. I was egregiously let-down. My expectations weren't unattainable. They were on par with this type of luxury brand, and I returned the brush to Neiman Marcus promptly. Absolute fail for Tom Ford.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Red, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Blue
I about $hit when this brush shed. And I don't mean a little either! We're talking right up there with a knock off MAC foundation brush I naively bought on ebay 10 years ago. My little sister gave me this brush along with (some exquisite) TF makeup. I will say she was able to easily return it and obtain a refund which can sometimes be a hassle. This brush is a real embarrassment and quality control issue that needs to be fixed ASAP. I would not buy one until there is a change in the tone of the reviews.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Straight Eyes: Brown
This Brush is a really good brush don't get me wrong, however I don't think this is worth the money. I have used the Real Techniques Expert Face and Buffing brushes and find that they are actually better. I now use this brush to blend it my Shade and Illuminate Contour cream. I have not experienced too much shedding as some users have mentioned, however on some occasions when applying foundation I get the odd hair or two on my face. Its a beautiful high quality brush but for that kind of money your better of investing in a few real techniques brushes and you will still have some money left
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
Sheds like a dog on a hot summer day! For $72 and all the hype wouldnt you think it would work for cream foundation? Nope. For cheek color it works fine but when I used it with Traceless Perfecting Foundation it left white hairs stuck to my face mixed in with the foundation. Horrible.
I like my Real Techniques Expert Face Brush so much better for applying any kind of fdtn - soft, doesnt shed and doesnt streak. And cheap!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This could be a really amazing brush if it didn't shed hairs. Yes I paid £56 for this brush and it shreds more hairs than my dog when it moults in the summer. I have to pick hairs off my face every time I use it which is really annoying. Getting past the hair problem I can use this brush with both liquid and cream foundation and it does blend like a dream and is super soft. I thought the white hairs may of been a problem to clean but I use bobbi brown brush cleanser and it restores the hairs back to their original colour. I have since purchased the real techniques expert face brush and had I the chance to try both these brushes before purchase I would of purchased the real techniques. It doesn't perform quite as well as the tom ford... But really there isn't a lot of difference between the two and for the price I could of had nine RT brushes. Honestly save yourselves some (a lot) of money and go for the real techniques.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
This brush is $72 and WOW....I need my head examined for buying as many TF brushes that I did when I could have just bought Hakuhodo brushes which I heard make TF brushes. I use this brush with the TF Foundation Stick and it is nice but $72 nice. Let's see how it works with my Dior Liquid Foundation.The white bristles are a pain b/c for $72, I want the brush to wash perfectly and look amazing in my bathroom! hahaha
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight Eyes: Hazel
LOVE this brush!!! I had been using the beauty blender and thought that was the greatest thing ever until I got this brush. This layers on cream foundation so flawlessly it's like a dream! My first and fav TF brush. Was able to get it from a blarghsale for $55 so even the price was right:)
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
An A+ brush with no current comparable peer on the market. I think the Real Techniques Expert Face brush is a similar shape, but I donít have to compare it to. This TF brush is softer than soft and blends 100% streak and line free no matter how light or heavy your hand. It is completely user friendly for someone of any level, including a heavy-handed novice like myself. Iíve used to apply and blend Shu cream stick foundations, liquid foundations (Nars SG and Chanel VA), undereye concealer (Bobbi and MAC), blemish concealer and watery MUFE Face & Body formulas and it works for it all. It feels so lovely on the skin and I canít say enough on how beautifully it blends bases. A FORTUNE at $75, but is the reigning favorite in my collection. A must-have tool for a flawlessly ďnaturalĒ (hehe) complexion.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
This is a fantastic brush. It works beautifully in applying and buffing the TF stick foundation and also works wonderfully applying other liquid foundations. It has a softly rounded head which is great at buffing the blending the foundation into flawlessness and the flat sides are great at applying and spreading the makeup. The hairs are very soft but not fluffy and very densely packed. Though the hairs are white, it washes very well and returns to its pristine white color. I've washed numerous times and it has not lost a hair either while using or during washing.
I've read that the Shu Uemura foundation brush 18 is a great dupe for this. I would love to pick up another TF cream foundation brush, but to be easier on the wallet, I may check out the Shu one.