Os cuento ésto porque no siempre lo barato es caro y lo caro es barato, como os cuento hoy; una brocha muy barata y con una apariencia "regulera" está siendo de mis brochas favoritas en los últimos dias. Os cuento.
A couple of years ago NARS launched one of their most famous brushes: Yachiyo. This brush cost about
€50 and by then I could not resist the temptation and had to buy it. Now it rests in the drawer of forgotten things, because I just don't like it.
I am telling you this because you don't always get what you pay for, like today; a very cheap brush with a quite shabby appearance is one of my favorite make up brushes at the moment.
E.l.f. es una marca de productos de maquillaje low cost y para mi gusto en general, floja. Tengo varios productos suyos y la mayoría me han decepcionado, pero la brocha "Stipple Brush" no es uno de ellos.
Es una "mofeta" de Taklon antibacteriano con un precio increíble (4€) y que a mí me encanta usar para aplicar la base F&B de MUFE. Esta base tiene una cobertura ligera, y con la brocha Stipple Brush se consigue un acabado natural y una cobertura muy ligera, ya sabéis: como tu piel, pero mejor.
E.L.F. is a low cost makeup brand I'm not really very fond of. I have several of their products and most of them were disappointing, but this "Stipple Brush" is not one of them.
It is an antibacterial syntheticTaklon brush with an amazing price (4 €), I love to use it to apply my MUFE Face and Body Foundation. This foundation has a light coverage and you get a natural airbrush finish when applied with the Stipple Brush, like your skin, but better.
It has soft bristles that don't shed (not like Sigma F55, loosing lots of them) good to apply both cream and powder blushers, loose powders, bronzers, etc. However, I love to use it with light coverage foundations, I apply them in a circular motion to create a flawless finish.
|elf Stipple Brush, MAC 188, Sigma F55.|
Of course it has some "cons": it is not a dense brush, you have to get used to it to really like it and loses shape after washing up, but with a "brush guard" or whatever you use after washing your brushes it
gets its shape back again. After all, it's just 4€!
What's your favourite light foundation brush? Do you like ELF products?
¿Qué brocha soléis utilizar para conseguir un acabado ligero? ¿Me recomendáis alguna otra brocha Buena, Bonita y barata?
La podéis comprar AQUÍ. You can buy it HERE.