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I got this Kabuki brush at Ross for $3.49. I just needed a kabuki brush and thought $3.49 was a great price. I was a little skeptical about it`s quality though, due to it`s weird blue color. Here`s what I think after having owned it for a couple of weeks now.
<strong>Retail Price: </strong>$10.95
-Full Name: Physician`s Formula Mineral Wear Airbrushing Kabuki Brush
-Flat-top brush for loose or pressed powders
-claims to be suitable for sensitive or break-out prone skin
-claims to give a airbrushed finish to complexion
-extremely soft bristles (not sure what it`s made out of)
-no shedding so far and I don`t see shedding becoming a problem even in the future
-does a fine job picking up pressed or loose powders
-gives a light coverage if lightly swept over skin
-gives a medium coverage if heavily buffed
-great for powder or mineral foundations
-the blue color/packaging makes the brush look cheap (my friend was like eek are you sure you want to use this $3 blue little brush on your face???)
-I still prefer to use a long handle regular powder brush for picking up loose powder to set my makeup. I always feel like the density of the brush will sweep away my foundation when trying to apply loose powder to set my foundation.
Overall, I highly recommend this kabuki brush. Even for its retail price of $10.95, it`s a great deal for the quality. Plus, a good brush lasts for many many years so it`s a better investment than buying extra makeup you don`t need. I know a lot of people just use the sponge that comes with pressed powders to apply the powder, but this kabuki brush for sure gives a much better result than using the sponge.