I recently jumped on the Eco Tools bandwagon to try a few of their brushes. A few months ago I picked up their Mattifying Brush. A mattifying brush?! I was very curious of how this brush would work on controlling oil and my skin when it feels oils. Who knew such a brush existed?!
About the Product
Complexion Collection — Mattifying Finishing Brush
Control shine and oily skin all day with the Mattifying Finish Brush. A unique duo-fiber design creates a flawless finish with either pressed or loose powder by blending long, straight bristles and short, wavy bristles. The short bristles pick up the perfect amount of product, while the long bristles disperse product evenly and smoothly for complete control and buildable coverage. Use the brush on its own for a fresh, matte look or use it to finish a full makeup look that stays shine-free all day.
Here's a picture of the brush before I applied powder to my face. This brush picks up face powder well.
Hands down one of the best brushes I own. My skin tends to get oily during the Summer and when it's not super hot and humid outside, I've been using this brush to apply my makeup. I have to admit, this brush does live up to it's claims. My favorite feature of this brush is that it gives my makeup a matte finish. I guess the best way to describe more of what I mean is that this brush give me more of an airbrush soft matte finish. In a nutshell a flawless look. I also noticed that throughout the day my makeup does look shine free. This brush doesn't shed, and so far it's pretty durable. If you have oily skin or like me normal to oil skin, I recommend giving this brush a try!
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