Thursday, November 19, 2015

Phuse Beauty Tools of the Trade | Review

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If you are in the market for effective makeup brushes and beauty tools that are affordable, then Phuse Beauty has a nice selection from which to choose.
About Phuse Beauty:

While Phuse™ is new to the world of beauty; the team behind Phuse is not. With over 30 plus years in the professional beauty industry (yes, we are talking about coveted stylists’ secrets, tricks of the trade and stuff we really can’t put in print), Phuse is ready to flip some hair and make waves (don’t worry—we prefer the soft romantic waves).
Phuse’ mission is to bring professional beauty products to the home environment. Take the best of what we know and do, and educate the average Jane or Jack on how to get that “fresh out of the stylist chair” look and feel—every day. 
Phuse Beauty Curl It ($13.00 from Phuse Beauty): This is a nice quality, lightweight eyelash curler that is designed well, easy-to-use, and affordable. It also comes with a replacement silicone pad.

According to Phuse Beauty,

This Eyelash Curler creates a dramatic curl that’s worth looking at. A silicone pad (one refill included) provides a protective, stay-put edge for a sensational curl.

They say the eyes are the window to the sole… why not make the window look fabulous? Curl those lashes, bat those eyes, the Phuse™ Eyelash Curler creates a dramatic curl that’s worth looking at. Ergonomic handle and an extra silicone refill pad provide a protective, stay-put edge for safety and sensational curl. Wink, wink.
Phuse Beauty Pluck It ($29.00 from Phuse Beauty): These German made stainless steel tweezers are high quality, and super effective. They have a very sharp point that makes plucking fine hairs, or splinters, a breeze.

According to Phuse Beauty,

The Phuse™Pluck It tweezers are ideal for removing unwanted, pesky hairs (even ingrown ones—yuck!), splinters and dare we say, blackheads (you are welcome). Constructed from professional German stainless steel, these tweezers can be cleaned and sterilized without rusting or residue, again you are welcome.
Phuse Beauty Double Duty Eyebrow & Lash Comb/Brush ($9.00 from Phuse Beauty): For some reason, I always seem to need extra brow and lash taming comb/brush tools– therefore I was quite pleased to receive this one. The handle has a nice heft and balance while remaining lightweight, and easy to use. The brush has nice firm bristles that effectively tame brows, while the tines of the comb have the perfect width to eliminate mascara clumps.

According to Phuse Beauty,

Crazy brows? Tangled lashes? Fix ‘em with the Phuse™ Double Duty Eyebrow & Lash Comb/Brush. The comb side is perfect for declumping mascara on lashes—no more scary spider legs, while the brush side will calm the wildest of brows. Bat those eyes and raise those brows—they are gawk worthy.
Phuse Beauty Sweep That Crease ($10.00 from Phuse Beauty): This rounded tipped eyeshadow brush has densely packed synthetic bristles that are silky soft while remaining firm. It picks up and lays down eyeshadows with ease. I have tried it with powder and cream products and have categorically been very impressed by its performance. While it was created as a crease brush, I have been using it primarily to apply eyeshadow to my entire lid, and have been very happy with the results.

According to Phuse Beauty,

The round and tapered bristles are not too hard and not too soft, but just right to feather out the color evenly and wipe away pesky lines

Eye shadow trapped? Deep makeup lines created? Sweep that Crease with the Phuse™ crease brush. The round and tapered bristles are not too hard and not too soft, but just right to feather the out the color evenly and wipe away those pesky lines. When in doubt, Sweep that Crease out.

Overall Assessment: Affordable tools worth trying!

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  1. Sounds like that they are affordable and their tweezer better than say a Tweezerman?


    1. Hi Ursula, Definitely. I wouldn't say that these tweezers are better than Tweezerman, but they are quite good. I don't have a pair in this particular style/shape from Tweezerman to do a side by side comparison.


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