Also good for cheek tints, liquid highlighters
Let me first say that I didn't buy this for foundation. I just thought I'd up my cheek-tint game by using a brush for application (after all, tints are the only makeup I use often enough). I picked this brush because I saw makeup artist, Daniel Sandler, use a similar one to apply his famous Watercolour Liquid Blushes; Lisa Eldridge uses a foundation brush, too, to apply cream blushes. Having said that, this brush does the job. It even cuts the time it takes to even out the color. Bonus: It works just as well with liquid highlighters, which I've also seen Lisa do. Definitely a fun break from my old cheek routine, and the brush is so smooth! The only cons for me are: (a) the brush is a little too wide for my intended purposes, so I have to be careful to keep the color to a certain area; and (b) the brush can absorb some of the product (but hey, our fingers do too that's why cheek-tint girls usually have red/pink fingertips ;) .
about 2 years ago