Shu Uemura • Wool Brush #20 (Pony) • Makeup Brushes
|Would buy this product again.||95%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I love all my Shu brushes in general. This did not disappoint one bit! Lovely soft texture, picks up a good amount of powder and deposits it on the cheek... Blends blushes beautifully, and it just feels so lux! Love it to bits!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I bought this based on reviews as I needed a better blush brush, and hey, this is Shu! It's not quite what I expected though, mainly because I'm relatively inexperienced with brushes. This brush is great for pigmented blushes (P Wine 25, anyone?), although it's still easy to overdo it; this brush is still hard for me to use because I'm not used to applying my blush with the brush head at an angle rather than straight on/perpendicularly, if that makes any sense. And I've been using this brush for months now. The first (and only) real blush brush I'd had was big and round and fluffy, so I'd apply blush with a flick of my wrist. With this brush, it's a little different, I guess the bristles are tapered a different way, which is why, while I appreciate this brush, I didn't give it the highest mark.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I agree with Charlyn about this Shu brush. I've got mine over 12 years as a GWP when Shu launched its first store in Sogo Department Store, Hong Kong. Shu lipstick is my first paid lipstick. The brush is still in good shape after years without shredding a single hair. The hair is very soft & only my Cats Kabuki can compared with.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Sold at $48 on shu's website (http://www.shuuemura.com/Products/ProductDetails.aspx?CategoryID=320&SubCategoryID=371&ProductID=592), very expensive for a blush brush, but excellent quality and big enough to shade the entire cheek area for a very nice natural effect. I compared it with my KA powder brush on my face, they are equally soft and gentle, but firm enough to deposit colors. This #20 is good for light to medium blushes, use it with a light hand with an angle for pigmented brushes. This isn't the fluffy kind, round head, but a nice brush to sweep the cheek area with a firm head to target on the apples. Excellent quality. Expensive but won't regret.