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Ecotools Bamboo Bronzer Brush – Eco-friendly, Cruelty-free, and Great for Foundation

By Blessmybag @blessmybag

Ecotools Bamboo Bronzer Brush – Eco-friendly, cruelty-free, and great for foundation

“Create a natural-looking, sun-kissed glow with this beauty editor favorite! Our widely-acclaimed bronzer brush features soft, cruelty-free taklon bristles, a recycled aluminum ferrule and heavy bamboo handle. This brush is packaged in our zip-top, reusable pouch.

The lovely thing about buffing brushes, which is a popular method now, is that you conserve more foundation because it diffuses and buffs out minimal product evenly all over the face, you get the most out of a tiny bit of product and the brush doesn’t drink it up.  The Ecotools bronzer brush is absolutely massive I agree which makes it so ideal for buffing in a base, just like my reviewed Ellana XL Buffing brush (local, Php800 with shipping) which is slightly smaller but the bristles are more densely packed (which I like).  That Ellana one is almost exact super more affordable dupe of the NARS #19 bronzer brush which costs about $50.  I was hoping this Ecotools one would be as dense as my Ellana one but I’m not irritated that it isn’t only by a fraction.  This glides smoothly and softly all over the face, they’d be better kept though if you used brush guards which I believe are sold locally by Suesh Makeup Tools in Greenhills.  Note though, this would also be FAN-TAS-TIK as a mineral powder brush or general setting powder brush and what it was originally named for of course, all over bronzing.

Ecotools Bamboo Bronzer Brush – Eco-friendly, cruelty-free, and great for foundation

Ecotools Bamboo Bronzer Brush – Eco-friendly, cruelty-free, and great for foundation

Anyway, I got this at almost a third of the price of the Ellana one at about Php300.00 ($7 US) EACH, free shipping off Ebay from this link.  I found the pricing so worth it and since I believe in Ecotools (their retractable kabuki is in my personal kit) I decided to buy 3 in one go to take advantage of the free shipping offered by the Hong Kong ebay seller I found online, can you imagine…Php900+ for THREE of these?  That’s practically the price of only one Ellana XL Buffing brush (but I think that Ellana one is a step up in density and quality).  I needed more of these because on shoots when there are so many models I’d like to have a brush to use for light, medium, and dark shades of foundation that I can rotate, also so they don’t get disappointed by the fact that I’m only using one brush I repeatedly clean on the spot for all of them.  I suddenly remembered what my Yaya (nanny) used to tell me which I found ridiculous when I was young “1,2,3 means I love you” LOL.   To see how I use this brush go to my last blog post here and watch my video day makeup tutorial.


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