Inglot 12S Lip Brush Review
I am here to review the 12S lip brush from Inglot which was a recent purchase of mine. I always see that professionals always use a brush to apply lipstick. I always wondered if a lip brush was a very necessary tool in the kit or not. I once happened to check some lipsticks at a nearby Inglot store.The MUA there applied the lipsticks using this brush called 12S. I asked her if I can also try using this and she allowed me to try it. I was never a “lipstick person” before, so I am not very good at applying them also.
I do not have very prominent lips, especially the upper lip, which needs some work to be done. Instead of using lip liners, I prefer using this brush to line my lips and fill them. When I tried the Inglot lipsticks at the store, I understood how much a lip brush actually makes a difference to the lips. Not only is the application even, but also are the lines minimal. Inglot has two kind of lip brushes, one is called the “Sable” which is a pointed lip brush and the other one is the 12S which I am reviewing here. I found this to be better than “Sable.”
About the brush
Handle: Wood/brass in nickel colour.
The Sable is a species of marten which inhabits forest environments, primarily in Russia from the Ural Mountains throughout Siberia, in northern Mongolia and China and on Hokkaidō in Japan. Sable fur has been a highly-valued item in the fur trade. Sable fur is unique because it retains its smoothness in every direction it is stroked.
Pros of Inglot 12S Lip Brush:
- Very soft.
- Just the right density.
- Does not shed bristles.
- Travel friendly.
- Applies lip products evenly.
- Helps line the lips perfectly
Cons of Inglot 12S Lip Brush:
- The price can be a con for some, but I feel it is one-time investment and definitely worth the price.
My Experience with Inglot 12S Lip Brush:
I was highly impressed with the results this brush gave me at the store and so I picked it up. I used to line my lips with the lipstick. It gives nice results for lining as well as filling. The lines are not obvious. The bristles are not scratchy. They are very soft.
The main attraction in this brush is the fact that the back portion of the brush can be removed and used as a cap for the bristles.
So, it becomes a pen ultimately. It is very easy to carry around even in a jeans pocket. If you have a lip palette with a provision to keep a brush in it, this fits in perfectly. This is my first Inglot brush and I must say I am highly impressed with the quality it delivers for the price. These brushes are really worth buying.
Would I Recommend Inglot 12S Lip Brush?
Definitely, do try it at the store and see how much difference it makes, no harm in just trying.
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