Artist Studio Angled Flat Top Brush

Angled1This is the first part of a long overdue post on Artist Studio brushes. I’ve had my brushes for almost a year now, so I can definitely give you all a good review! I got these at Landmark Trinoma. I don’t remember the prices, but there’s nothing over P200, as far as I know. Today, I’ll be talking about the angled flat top brush.

This brush is of professional length. It’s so long, in fact, that I keep hitting the mirror with the handle when I’m applying my face makeup. It has a dark brown handle, pink ferrule, and two-toned hair. The paint on the handle chips easily, but even with daily use and abuse (and once a week washing), the hairs have never bled or shed. Ever. Isn’t that amazing? Take note that I have no backup brushes, so this is the only brush I use for my foundation/BB cream, and it’s still in excellent condition (except for the chipped handle).

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It’s soft and non-scratchy, but it’s also hard enough to spread cream and liquid makeup.

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The brush blends most forms of base makeup beautifully without compromising coverage as opposed to applying them with the fingers, which tends to sheer the base makeup out; however, I don’t recommend it for the Revlon Colorstay foundation. That one’s best applied with the fingers or a damp sponge to keep it from caking up.

Will I repurchase? Definitely! I’m going back to Landmark Trinoma soon to get a backup.

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