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Compact Stippling Brush

PRO STUDIO BEAUTY EXCLUSIVES
₱490.00 ₱299.00
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For flawless and lightweight makeup application, Pro Studio’s Stippling Brush is your best bet. Its soft bristles create even, streak-free coverage, color or texture—giving each look a natural airbrushed finish.

SPECIFICATIONS:
WHAT YOU GET: (1) Compact Stippling Brush
DIMENSIONS: 6 inches (L)

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Daniella
Top Reviewer
Certified Buyer
  • Skin Type Combination
  • Skin Tone Fair
  • Facial Features Mestiza
  • Age 21

Regrets.

I can only say 1 word with this product — REGRETS. I bought 2 pa naman for me and my mom since I thought it's like an RT dupe or something for stippling brush but come on even the local / divi synthetic brushes are even better than this. TBH.

about 1 month ago
Carissa
Top Reviewer
Certified Buyer
  • Skin Type Oily
  • Skin Tone Medium
  • Facial Features Morena
  • Age 25

Not very good.

I had high expectations for its price but the brushes are thin and they easily fall off. Doesn't pick up a lot of product either and it looks very cheap up close. It wouldn't be advisable to use this on cream or liquid foundation. I only use this for my highlighter now but since I've bought a fan brush this seems to have no use anymore.

3 months ago
Cigrid
Certified Buyer
  • Skin Type Combination
  • Skin Tone Deep
  • Facial Features Morena
  • Age 27

Fallout!

The first thing I noticed about this product when I first used it was the fact that it had hair fallout. I was applying my foundation when I saw a few strands of the brush on my face! I thought this was just a one time thing and gave it more chances and it would shed every time! I tried deep cleaning it to see if I can get rid of the fallout and just shake loose the ones that will be, well, falling out anyway. After that there was still fallout, but it wasn't as bad as the first time that I used it. As far as stippling brushes are concerned, it wouldn't be advisable to use this on cream or liquid foundation. Maybe powder would be fine so you won't be bothered by the fallout.

10 months ago
Andrea
Top Reviewer
Certified Buyer
  • Skin Type Oily
  • Skin Tone Medium
  • Facial Features Morena
  • Age 24

Mediocre at this price point

For P850, this brush is just okay. I got this on sale (P638), but even for that price it's still just okay. I have a couple of Zoeva brushes, which are at about the same price point, but those brushes blow this one out of the water. Even my cheaper Marionnaud brush beats this one. The brush that I received did not seem to be well made since there were some bubbles under the paint on the handle. As for performance, while it stippled well enough, I wouldn't call the result amazing. You could probably get better stippling brushes at this price.

about 1 year ago
Keren
Top Reviewer
  • Skin Type Sensitive
  • Skin Tone Medium
  • Facial Features Morena
  • Age 23

Uh... what?

Seeing the other reviews for this product, I suddenly feel like I actually received a damaged one. I didn't want to log a review for this, because I wasn't sure, but now I feel like I have to put my opinion on it out there. When this product came thru, I was surprised with how "sparse" the white bristles were and how much longer they were (they were actually so much farther from the denser black bristles length-wise than they look in the photos). I was expecting them to be denser as you're not actually supposed to touch the black part of it when you use it - as you do(n't) with a duo fiber brush. I understand that stippling brushes are supposed to be for light coverage bases, and believe me that's what I used this for, but it just really didn't work out for me. The white bristles splayed no matter how light my hand was stippling my CC cream (because again, they're too long and sparse!), making it s t r e a k y. Now, I only use this for extra pigmented contour powders, blushes, and bronzers. My thoughts on the bristles aside, it's actually a little too tiny to use on the whole face anyway. I honestly wish I could get my money back for this. Giving this 2 stars because it's still useful to me for something; otherwise I would've rated this 1 star and given the brush away. :(

over 1 year ago
Anne
Top Reviewer
  • Skin Type Oily
  • Skin Tone Medium
  • Facial Features Chinita
  • Age 18

Holy grail of foundation brushes

I had to beg my cousin to give this to me. Such a flawless base when you apply foundation and concealer with this product! Honestly thought this might be over the hype because I see this on every youtuber but I swear I'm glad I got my hands on this. Does not waste product too, everything gets on your face!

over 1 year ago

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