I’m still trying to perfect the art of facial contouring but I think that with time and practice I am getting better and better at it. I have to admit, contouring wasn’t a term I really ever used in my makeup vocabulary and I never really understood the effects it can have on your face and makeup when done correctly.
I decided to buy a facial contouring brush and give it a go! I wasn’t expecting a miraculous difference between not contouring and contouring bur I was please surprised by what a difference it actually ended up making.
I almost always stuck to using this brush when I contour my face. It seems to always get the job done and leaves me satisfied with the results.
The handle of the brush is long and narrows itself down to the tip. Even though the handle is long, it still gives me plenty of control when using the brush. The tip of the brush is rounded with a thin tip.
Something else that I really like about this brush is the clear cap that comes with it. It’s not just a cheap plastic wrapper that falls apart and can’t be used again after removal. This keeps the brush bristles safe and protected from damage as well as germs and other makeup residues.
I’ve washed this brush plenty of times too and it remains in excellent/like-new condition. The bristles haven’t had any shedding or fraying.
- Offers control
- Comes with protective clear cap
- Great for contouring, shadowing or highlighting
- Sold out at Sephora.com