CLAIM TO FAME: A long-haired brush that delivers full coverage onto entire lid with one stroke
FAST FACTS: Ideal for applying, blending, and softening color; soft nylon bristles works to reduce tugging or pulling; can also be used to lightly dust on highlighter underneath the brow bone
PERFECT FOR: Sweeping on eye primer
WHAT YOU GET: (1) Large Eyeshadow Brush
Formerly known FS Cosmetics and rebranded as FS Features & Shades, this local beauty brand had its beginnings in 2003 and immediately began to garner awards. It won The Philippine Marketing Excellence Award for Most Outstanding Cosmetic Product (2004), and was a Cosmopolitan Beauty Awards Winner (2006 & 2008), and a Preview Beauty Award Winner (2008). Today, FS Cosmetics has reinvented itself into FS Features & Shades—a symbol of today’s fast-changing, modern, and global woman. While still providing the same high quality yet affordable cosmetics suitable for Filipinas, Features and Shades now provides makeup suitable for the fast and flexible lifestyle of every woman.
The brush is soft and durable that I actually use it as eyeshadow, liner, highlighter and sometimes blush since I cant be bothered to go pick up other brushes and clean them all haha. I always wash this every after puting make-up on, and so far wala namang damages and it's still very soft 😊7 months ago
I'm kind of disappointed. It's large and blends well enough. It's okay as a crease brush. Would I recommend this over my Real Techniques? No. It's okay for the price but the bristles aren't that soft and kind of scratch my eyelids. I wish the bristles were softer. Then again for P150, it's bearable.9 months ago
Bought this because I needed an eyeshadow blending brush and could never find one from the more well-known brands. I was actually surprised to know this is supposed to be an eyeshadow brush because the bristles are too thin for that purpose. As a blending brush though, this works perfectly and the bristles are soft enough for me. The price is also very attractive and no shedding yet after 3 washes and 2 months of use.about 2 years ago
This brush is fairly basic and gets the job done. It is able to pick up a decent amount of pigment and blend it unto the lids. However, I find that the bristles of this are a tad bit scratchy for my sensitive lids. I'm pretty sure there are better blending brushes out there but this is great if you're a beginner.about 2 years ago
Get them together to see the difference.