Artist Studio Angled Flat Top Brush

Product Review: Artist Studio Angled Flat Top Brush

Monday, October 14, 2013

      Hi everyone! How's your weekend? Hope you had a great time with your family and friends. This blog is celebrating it's 2nd Year Anniversary and I prepared a giveaway for all of you. If you're a new reader, you can still join here: Dear Kitty Kittie Kath's 2nd Year Anniversary Giveaway!!! Anyhoo, lets start the week right and overcome the laziness that we usually feel during the first day of the week with a review! This review is another milestone for me because if you noticed, I seldom review makeup brushes and other makeup tools. For the reasons that I only have three makeup brushes as of the moment, the Landmark Retractable Kabuki Brush and the Artist Studio Eyeliner Brush and the Angled Flat Top Brush that we're going to talk about right now. Since I still consider myself a "not so newbie" in the world of makeup (sorry for the lack of term), I don't buy tools that I know will just sit on my makeup stash. What I have now are the brushes that I often use like the ones that I mentioned above. Before I bough this brush, I think more than thrice if I'm going to use this or not since I use my fingers to apply liquid foundation and bb cream. But because beauty bloggers gave positive reviews about the Artist Studio Brush Line from the Landmark (Makati and Trinoma), I gave in to the temptation of buying one for myself and considered this as my handy dandy blush brush :)

     To tell you honestly, I haven't tried using this brush on liquid or powder foundation and bb cream. I use this to apply my current blush, E.L.F. Blush in Flushed. The brush works! It's easy to use, picks up the right amount of product and doesn't scratch my skin. Want to know more about my thoughts? Click CONTINUE READING to read more!
Artist Studio Angled Flat Top Brush
The brush is package in this clear plastic pouch
Artist Studio Angled Flat Top Brush
The brush with it's rose gold ferrule and black handle and the brand printed on it.
 price: 119.75 php (Around $2.70+)

place bought: Landmark, Trinoma 
Artist Studio Flat Top Brush
What I Like:
  • Really affordable Cheap!
  • The appearance looks classy and nice.
  • It's versatile- can be used to apply liquid and powder foundation and powder blush.
  • No weird smell.
  • It's very soft and dense.
  • Easy to wash and dry.
  • No shedding while washing. 
  • Easily accessible.
What I don't like:
  • None
Will I repurchase? Yes! I want to buy all the brushes from this brand ^_^

     Since this is my first flat top brush/ angled flat top brush, I will not give it a rating yet. I need to buy the same kind of brush from another brand so that I can give a comparison and make a good rating from both. But my overall experience from using and cleaning the brush is good. So to all the newbie makeup enthusiasts, aspiring makeup artists and cheapskates like me, I highly recommend this brush. The product performs the job and if you think it doesn't pass your standards, no need to worry since the price is cheap and you can replace it anytime- but I think you won't :)

     Have you tried these tools from Artist Studio line? Thank you for sharing your experience!

Good Times!~


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