Here are my contour brushes. They are all shaped differently but still give out similar result. If you missed my previous posts about my powder and foundation and blush brushes, feel free to check them out too.
- Sigma Angled Top Kabuki F84, $16. This one is multi task, IMO. You could use it for applying or buffing foundations, blushes, and bronzers. It's very soft and dense and will pick up a lot of product. If you are using this for application, keep that in mind and use a light hand especially if you are using a powdery/pigmented product. The quality is very good and never shed.
- Sigma Round Top Kabuki F82, $16.00. I'm very impressed and pleased with Sigma's HD brushes. They are made of great quality and are so soft. I particularly prefer to use this one to buff the bronzer on the hollows of my cheeks.
- Real Techniques Buffing Brush. This is not as dense as the Sigma brushes but still a pretty good brush that does the job. You could use this for applying foundation as well. Never once shedded on me.
- Sonia Kaskuk Flat Top Sculpting brush, $12.99. If you want that very structured contour, this would be the perfect brush. It's flat but very soft and dense. Never had any problems with shedding.
Honestly, you can't go wrong with any of these brushes. If you take good care of them. They will last you many years. I've had all these for over a year and they still retained their shape and still look and feel as good as new.
Thanks for reading. Let me know if you have any questions.
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