Few days back I was on retail therapy and shopped a lot of H&M brushes. I shopped a lot of them believe me! I will be reviewing them in the upcoming days. Today’s review is about H&M Angled Buffer Brush.
For applying, blending and contouring with liquid and cream foundations and BB creams. Synthetic hair.
8€ for 1 piece
My Experience with H&M Angled Buffer Brush:
The brush comes in a black plastic zip locked packaging. The packaging is very basic and I would not recommend reusing the cover. It will tear off after few uses and also, the bristles feather out every time you pull it out of the packaging.
The brush itself is black in color and the bristles are in brown. The ferrule is matte black and the handle is glossy black. On the handle, one can see the brand logo and also the kind of brush it is. It is all embossed in golden color. The handle is sturdy and easy to work with. Over the period of time, the handle may look dull due to wear and tear. But as we all know, the most important part is the bristles.
The bristles are tightly packed and also slightly angled. I could see that not all bristles are of the same length. The bristles also look shiny and quite synthetic. It screams that it is made of nylon or polyester. The bristles feel not so soft on the skin. They also do not prick. So, it’s average.
The brush head is not so large and so, it covers only smaller areas. If used for foundation, it might take a little longer. This brush can be used for applying liquid and cream foundations and BB creams. I have used it only with liquid foundation. It did spread and buff the foundation quite good. I used it for a few days and then washed. I noticed that quite a few hair was shed. I am sure that it will shed more, as I continue washing.
Since it is made of synthetic, it is easy to maintain. I just wash it with some shampoo and air dry it.
Overall, it is an average product. It might be good for beginners or for someone who does not want to invest a lot on high end brushes. The craftsmanship is not at all to the mark.
Pros of H&M Angled Buffer Brush:
- Looks good..
- Not expensive.
- Tightly packed bristles.
- Good option for beginner.
- Easy maintenance.
Cons of H&M Angled Buffer Brush:
- Nonreusable packaging.
- Bristles shed upon washing.
- Bristles not very soft.
- Bristles look and feel synthetic.
- Doesn’t have a big head, hence covers smaller areas.
IMBB Rating: 3/5
Do I Recommend H&M Angled Buffer Brush?
Only if you are beginner or if you want to try different kind of brushes to find the uses of it. This brush is not a long time investment.
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