You have probably already heard of (expensive) Artis makeup brushes. Well, the creators of the Artis brushes came up with an idea to create high-performance BrushCraft makeup brushes at reasonable prices. And yes, the prices are great, but what about the performance?
From the BrushCraft creators:
“We have taken the familiar traditional makeup brush and given it a new twist, to make it more maneuverable, easier to use, and efficient. By turning the fibres at a right angle, and using NuFibre to replace animal hair, we have improved how the makeup brush performs. We have replaced inefficient and allergy-causing animal hair with NuFibre, a trademarked man-made, engineered fibre. We also use many more fibres in each bundle than a conventional animal hair brush. And that means better makeup results for you when you use BrushCraft.”
I have bought only the Oval 6 brush from the Brushcraft collection (total of 4 brushes), because I heard that the others are nothing special. I like the design and the fibres. They are soft, but unevenly cut (as you can see on the picture below) and that’s what disappointed me the most. I can’t argue about the performance because I have to admit it is great. If I compare the Oval 6 brush from BrushCraft with my all time favourite brush from Dior – Fluid Foundation Brush I can say their performance is almost the same. But the quality of that two brushes is incomparable– Dior’s is definitely better.
The Oval 6 brush is perfect for applying foundation, contour and blush. What I like most about the Oval 6 brush is its oval shape, because I can use it around the eye area easily. Its design is a little bit strange at first, but nothing you can’t get used to instantly.
Would I recommend it? Definitely. Overall, I think that the Oval 6 brush is a great brush for an even greater price.
You can buy BrushCraft Oval 6 brush here for approx. 34€.