Unlisted Brand • Bubbi Brushes • Makeup Brushes
|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
These brushes are sosososo beautiful and cute! Most of them work pretty good, too. I bought them because I was new to makeup (esp. foundation) and I just wanted to get "into" it. The full set was for about $105, and I bought it, eager to start my new makeup life. The shipping took about a week, and the packaging was very cute! The brushes were also protected, too. All the brushes are very soft, and work pretty well when applying. The Dual Eyes brush was probably my favourite, because it did a pretty good job with my eyeshadow and blending. The Kabuki brush was good, too. The only brushes that I'd probably skip out on are the HD one, and the concealer/foundation dual one. They didn't really work well, and the HD brush started leaving streaks. Also, the concealer bristols were pretty harsh on my skin. My angle brush also wasn't that great, because it'd get stuck and stick together when I use my gel liner, but it's pretty soft. Otherwise, there's nothing really bad about these brushes, and I recommend you to try them (don't buy the full set unless you really want them)! I hope to buy more Bubbi Brushes in the future.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I was drawn by the super cute packaging of these brushes. The red and white are so beautiful and contrasting together so I just had to try some of them out!
I love the dual cover brush because of the little concealer brush end. It blends and conceals dark circles very well. So much better than using your fingers. The foundation end I do not use because I don't wear foundation at all. The bristles are super soft and good quality. The brushes are good quality too, and are so much fun to use because of how cute they are.
The HD Flawless brush, i don't like so much. I have tried to use concealer and BB cream with it, but either I am not using it properly, or it just doesn't work that well. The bristles are short and dense and not flexible, so when I use it i'm not sure if i am meant to stipple it or brush it outwards. Anyways, I don't have much use for it since I don't use foundation and the dual cover brush can be used to cover any small areas.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
This review is the for the bubbi flawless HD brush.
Bubbi's flawless hd brush I have a love/hate relationship with. Only thing I hate about this brush is it's size.it takes forever and a day to apply foundation due to its size but its absolutely fantastic for getting into those corners like the sides of your nose and etc. Other then that I have no problems with it. Its actually quite a good dupe for the shiseido foundation brush that came out recently. The size, density, handle, and shape is near to exact. Just the color of the handle and bristles is different.
I will state that this isn't my go to foundation brush just because it takes forever to actually apply foundation. Also because the brush has EXTREMELY DENSE PACKED SYNTHETIC BRISTLES it doesn't soak in the product but the thing about that is, it sheers out the foundation which if your like me and you use medium coverage foundations on a day to day basis, it basically sheers down the foundation to light coverage so I would recommend you use it with very heavy coverage foundations such as cremes and what not.
Also with the angle it has like I said its wonderful to get into those small areas around the nose and etc but the bad thing about that is that angle doesn't allow you to really "buff" in the foundation. Your really just dragging the brush rather then buffing it in and for me I perfer to buff so I don't have to deal with streaks as much (btw the brush hardly gives you streaks which I guess is a plus side)