This is a very narrow powder brush. It definitely depends on how you wear your blush, but I would say this isn't ideal for that application. It's great for applying bronzer, highlight, and contour because it's like a little ponytail of hair, and will apply an exact line of product and blend it out well. It's not particularly tapered so most of your application area is a little circle around the tip (I mostly use it as an alternative to the Guerlain Meteorites brush in my Meteorites). I'd recommend a fuller, more tapered powder brush- or a brush made specifically for blush, but you could definitely make this work if you needed to. At $62, I'd rather not have to 'make it work'.
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
I'm a firm believe that you can make just about anything work... but it's probably not made for it, so you'll have to work with it a bit. As a powder brush, i'm sure the bristles are much softer and less firm than a blush brush. It's not going to be very good at blending, but if you're a pro at getting your blush applied right the first time, give it a whirl!
answered 4 years, 2 months ago