Ecotools Face & Body Sculpting Brush
Saturday, June 8, 2013
The handle is roughly three inches long, one and a half inches tall and three quarters of an inch wide. It is made of spliced bamboo and the bristles are Ecotool's well known soft synthetic. The brush is really wonderfully soft with a flat cut, so soft that I kind of want to keep stroking it like a cat.
I don't think that it makes a good contouring brush, like the packaging suggests. It is simply too large, too wide to sculpt areas on the face other than perhaps the jawline. I also found it too bad and fluffy to sculpt collar bones and the base of the neck like I had planned on doing. However, this brush is marvelous as depositing an even application of powders over large areas. I've been using the Face & Body Sculpting Brush to lightly dust my décolletage with a tiny bit of golden shimmery bronzer, as well as flat areas like my forehead.
Priced at $11.97, this brush was definitely the most expensive single brush Ecotools offers. Heck, it's more expensive than most of their brush sets, bit still cheap compared to other quality brushes out there. It is however a truly nice brush, and I am very glad that I purchased it.
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