Ecotools • Airbrush Concealer Brush • Makeup Brushes
|Would buy this product again.||80%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Black
I bought this for blemish concealing only, as I've found my HG undereye brush long ago (RTsetting brush hands down) I wasn't too crazy about this for blemishes, it tapers to a fine point which is nice as it deposits product only where u need it. But the the remaining bristles are so much shorter that your not able to really buff & blend without applying more pressure. This needed pressure essentially wipes off the concealer you just pinprickly placed as it spreads out wayy too much. IMO it'll work if you have tiny freckles/moles/sun spots & you have a full coverage exact color matched concealer. If your concealer requires layering & blending this might not be the brush for you. I find my sigma E35 to do this much better, the only issue? I only own one!
3 lippies for soft, well made and cheap brush but doesn't do MY required job.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
Awesome little brush for undereye concealer! I had been using a soft paint brush (weird, I know, but it worked!) This Ecotools brush is so soft, like bunny fur. It doesn't pull, drag or streak under your sensitive eyes, and really does blur out the concealer to give an airbrushed effect. The packaging is even cute, it comes in a reusable cloth bag.You won't be sorry with this brush, I would certainly repurchase. I might go back and buy back ups...
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I think this is my first brush review (and I have hundreds of reviews), but this brush rocked my world! I use Benefit Erase Paste (#2 for my NW20 skin) as my under eye concealer. I love how it works, but application has always been a bit of an issue. I thought it was fine how I was doing it. I would dab some on with a concealer brush and blend with my finger. Before I hit the road I would swipe off anything that settled into lines. It was a bit of a game, but it worked. Then one day this brush caught my attention at Ulta & I grabbed it. The first time I used it with my EP I was amazed! 1) I did not need to use my fingers. 2) It covered flawlessly! 3) I don't have any extra product settling into lines. I have heard the right brush makes all the difference, but I don't have the budget to spend a lot of money to spend on brushes. Well this brush is perfection on a budget. I am actually going out today to buy back ups.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
This is a cylindrical concealer brush, with super-soft, dense bristles. As the reviewer below said, it blends seamlessly.With this brush, I've managed to get concealer to cover an hp spot on my cheek which I have never successfully covered(failed with various concealers/brushes) .I use this to stipple concealer both under my eyes and on cheeks. The cylindrical shape allows for a rolling motion to blend out the edges. It really is the closest to an airbrushed finish that I have gotten. It was a nice surprise for a brush that cost $3.95 to be such high quality. I did give only 3 lippies for packaging, since it comes in an unnecessary pouch, that isn't good for storage. I've washed it quite a few times, with no shedding at all. It dries quickly. I definitely recommend this brush , even if you normally buy more expensive brushes.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
This replaced my MAC 224 as my concealing brush. Softer bristles, but slightly denser with a shorter head so it's much better for blending than the 224 which I find too floppy. Super value, blends seamlessly. So glad I didn't buy the Sephora Airbrush Concealer brush and found this instead! (but still run and buy the Sephora Airbrush Foundation brush #55 cause that's worth every penny).