Tools that Rule (PART 1)

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REVIEW:  BH Cosmetics Studio Pro 18 Piece Brush Set (PART 1)

Makeup brushes are essential  tools hence today I’ll  review the BH Cosmetics Studio Pro 18 Piece Brush Set with Belt.

I was looking for a brush set that includes face and eye brushes and something easy on the pocket. After reviewing millions of brush sets on Youtube, BH Studio line is a total package moreover because I was lucky to bag a great deal on their website where the Studio Pro line was discounted for $24 originally priced at $60, guess what I was all smiles.  I must say all those brushes are so soft just made for your skin.

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This brush set is a great dupe for Sigma and MAC brushes, anyone who can’t invest in those should totally opt for BH.

Today I will only review the face brushes as it can get boring to go through all at one time. Following are the 6 face brushes:

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1. Large Powder Brush

Great for buffing powder application, setting makeup at the end; you can also slip it into you purse for slight touch-ups.

2. Duo Fiber Stippling Brush

One of the popular brushes, it gives a smooth liquid and creme formulations be it foundations or blushes.

3. Blush Brush 

Classic brush for powder blush but  for me this is bigger and can put blush in other areas as well. I believe it should be little small and applicable only in check area.

4. Classic Foundation Brush

This brush!! Perfect foundation flat applicator. The best part is it is thick bristle brush usually others make streaky application this one will give you the blur effect on your face.

5. Angled Contour Brush

 I use this brush more for highlighter application. This is a bit rounder and thick for precise contouring I like a more pointed edge for it. Great for the strobbing technique now a days.

6. Concealer brush

 Looks like the mother “classic foundation brush” but is a smaller version. This conceals amazingly. Little touch and buff is enough for creating a smooth surface to work on.

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I hope you enjoyed reading this review, please share your favorites. Stay tuned for the next installment of the review where I take down the eye brushes from this set. Don’t forget to follow the blog and checkout Instagram Facebook Pinterest Twitter .

The Sassy Editor HQ,

Sharmin Mahbuba.

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