Skin Fetish Sublime Perfection - Brocha para polvos

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Skin Fetish Sublime Perfection - Brocha para polvos
68,99 € (1)
Esta brocha es perfecta para recoger y aplicar polvos y ha sido probada entre bastidores, en la ... Leer más
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    Esta brocha es perfecta para recoger y aplicar polvos y ha sido probada entre bastidores, en la pasarela y en la vida real.

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    Rated 1 de 5 por de not worth the money it’s not that soft it’s not luxurious it feels so cheap waste of money
    Fecha de publicación: 2021-05-02
    Rated 2 de 5 por de Auntie?! For $58 auntie could have done a little better than this hunny. if it was a morphe brush i would say this a bomb brush for the price. but no. not for $58
    Fecha de publicación: 2020-08-13
    Rated 2 de 5 por de dissatisfied I bought this thinking it would be’s not. The quality of the brush feels cheap and it’s definitely way too overpriced. I wanted to love it but I couldn’t. My Kevin Aucoin powder brush does a way better job. The price tag does not match the quality of the product.
    Fecha de publicación: 2020-05-09
    Rated 5 de 5 por de Love! I read many negative reviews before purchasing this product, but I'm glad I didn't listen. This brush is phenomenal, it's light weight (you can barely feel it when it's touching your face), and applies powder evenly, effortlessly, and flawlessly. The result is an airbrushed look.
    Fecha de publicación: 2019-09-14
    Rated 1 de 5 por de Cheap Quality Absolutely skip this, this whole sublime perfection line was an absolute joke from patmcgrath. I was never disappointed in any of her products until this collection. This is a cheap brush and its so ridiculously expensive, i HIGHLY suggest a brush from either Sephora Collection (the SINGLE brushes, not the sets since its different quality) or Artis brushes which are high end and incredible. You have been warned, it is cheap, it feels cheap, and it applies cheap.
    Fecha de publicación: 2019-09-13
    Rated 3 de 5 por de It is OKAY. but that's it... and for $50 it should be more than okay. It is very weightless and flimsy which makes it feel super cheap. Blends okay though. I just feel like its gonna break as im blending, that is how flimsy it is.
    Fecha de publicación: 2019-09-11
    Rated 1 de 5 por de Average The brush felt really cheap. It didn’t shed or have any odd or chemically odors, but the bristles felt cheap. It did a decent job applying powder, but the problem is I have other brushes that are a fraction of the price and do a better job. I think it’s very expensive for a pretty average brush. The only reason I could see for someone buying this brush is if you love Pat McGrath and want to support the brand.
    Fecha de publicación: 2019-08-31
    Rated 3 de 5 por de It’s okay but not a must have Brush works great (and despite what some may think all brushes are not created equal so yes, you can legitimately review a brush that performs better than others that look the same). Picks up powder and deposits/blends it on the skin perfectly. With that being said the synthetic fibers are slightly irritating on my sensitive skin. Nothing serious but something I noticed immediately and after several uses. It’s not because it’s synthetic. One of my favorite brush lines was synthetic and amazing. May be the placement or the sharper points of the bristles. For that reason it wouldn’t be one I would reach for often personally. It is beautiful and for those that don’t have super sensitive skin (or like me just has phases when my skin is more sensitive than usual) it probably wouldn’t be an issue. Price wise...I’m not overly disturbed by the price point in general (this is a luxury brand) so if the price is a sticking point for you and you prefer cheaper brands then you won’t be happy with this brush anyway. Not a knock on cheaper options. There are some out there that offer truly professional level products but if that’s not really a quality that is a big deal to you then you definitely would want to stick with price ranges and items you’re comfortable with. I ultimately said no I wouldn’t recommend this only because Sephora only gives you a black or white choice option. I wouldn’t rave about it but I wouldn’t make it seem like the worst brush out there like some have. It’s really not terrible and the quality is not subpar. Just don’t be a fan of handmade Japanese artisan natural hair or synthetic brushes and think this is on the same level.
    Fecha de publicación: 2019-08-23
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Pat McGrath es una de las maquilladoras más prestigiosas del mundo y su influencia en el mundo de la belleza y la moda no ha tenido rival durante más de 20 años. Los looks visionarios que ella imagina, luego creados para desfiles de moda, anuncios y revistas, definen el futuro de los cánones de belleza.