Face Contour Brush (012), and while it was intended as a contour brush I thought that the paddle would be perfect as a blush brush (and I don't contour). The paddle shape and size allows for the precise and flawless application of blush. The pointed tip, which is perfect for contouring, can also be used to place blush on the apples of the checks with great precision, while the flat side of the brush is perfectly suited for the application of a sweeping wash of color on the cheeks. I have even applied pressed powder with this brush, and found that it delivered the perfect amount of coverage. This brush is made from natural squirrel hair and is as soft as can be. Despite the fact that it is a soft brush it isn't floppy, but instead it boasts enough spring that it is impressive at picking up and laying down pigment with great ease. Indeed, this brush is so luxuriously soft that you may be tempted to keep sweeping it across your face-- which can be hazardous if you have loaded it with a pigmented blush (so unless clown cheeks is the look that you are going for, beware).
Blusher Brush 002 to apply Blusher for a rosy glow over your contouring. With the help of this brush and two shades of Blusher or Highlighting Powder you will be able to create an ideal oval face shape. You would like to look natural and irresistible? Then this brush is what you need!"
|Additionally, so far my brush hasn't shed a single hair- so I am quite please in that regard as well. To see the size of the Contour Brush compared to the RBR Blusher Brush Click here. For other fantastic reviews of this brush please visit The Non-Blonde, Modesty Brown, and Visionary Beauty.|
Overall Assessment: Blush & contour brush heaven! I'm so happy with my purchase that I could shout it from the rooftops! It is not an inexpensive brush, but it is worth the cost. I waited and picked mine up when Beautyhabit was having a 20% off sale- so that definitely took the sting out of the price.