Hi everyone! Happy Sunday! I still can't believe how fast time is flying..man it's already 2015 and now the weekend is over. Anyways, I have another great product review for you all today! It's the YALMEH Foundation Brush. Have you ever heard of it before? I haven't but I am so glad I've tried it. I absolutely love make up, I find it so fun and unique too. Let's get started!
About The Product
(From the product website and from the product itself.)
-Product dimensions are 2.3 in. by 1 in. by 3.2 in.
-This foundation brush will help spotlight your natural beauty and create a flawless finish.
-Created from top grade synthetic fiber materials that will not shed.
-Product is hypoallergenic, cruelty-free and vegan free.
-Product can also be cleaned very easily and is high quality hand made with wood handles.
-Product is great for multi-tasking, for setting powder, bronzer, blush, liquid foundation, powder foundation and as a blending brush.
-Money back guarantee for 90 days, no questions asked.
I am quite particular about my make up brushes, I usually get mine from Urban Decay, Bare Minerals, MAC, Real Techniques, Sephora, Too Faced and BH Cosmetics. So I do know the difference between drugstore brands and high end cosmetics. This product stands at a borderline for me. The bristles are soft and plush which have been fantastic. I really look for a natural, flawless foundation look when wearing make up. Currently I use my Bare Minerals BareSkin Brightening Liquid Foundation (LINK) in the Shade Bare Buff 10 but I typically apply it with my fingers (applies better this way) and I buff it out with my Real Techniques Buffing Brush and Real Techniques Multi-Task Brush.
I found that this brush created an okay flawless finish, it didn't do so well on my nose or forehead but on my cheeks and chin I think it did pretty well. I tested this out with other products as stated in the product description (powder, bronzer, blush etc.) and found that it works even better as a setting powder brush, it is smaller and rounded. Also great for bronzer and concealer as it is tapered. It didn't really work out for me as a overall face setting powder brush (a little too small and tightly packed bristles, I like really fluffy kabuki type of brushes) or blush (I like fluffy and swirling my blush).
Overall I really like this foundation brush. It may work better or worse for you but for the amount you are spending on it (around $11 currently) I would repurchase it. The brush is sleek, soft and attractive. I like the way that it applies different products and the "semi" flawless application of it (well you guys can be the judge of that).
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*I received this item complimentary in return for my 100% honest review, all words are mine*