Crown C473 Studio Pro Contour
Crown C139 Stiff Tapered Crease
|Crown C139 Stiff Tapered Crease|
As you know, I am a Real Techniques girl through and through and have almost every brush & tool in my collection apart from the Bold Metals Range as I found them to be very expensive for what they are. I understand the reasoning behind the price points but for me, it wasn’t really an option, so I looked online at the alternatives out there and came across Crown Brushes.
I bought these brushes way back in February/March time and have used them almost every day as they are amazing at doing their job. The C473 Studio Pro Contour Brush (£9.99) is a sable and goat haired brush which fits well in the hollows of my cheeks but also transfers product to the forehead, temples and nose areas very well. I use this brush with cream and powder products and so far have been impressed with everything I have used it with as the product transfers well onto the skin and the brush blends it out perfectly. The Crown C139 Stiff Tapered Crease (£3.09) is a medium sized goat and sable haired brush which fits in the crease of the eye perfectly. This blends out any eyeshadow I have tried almost flawlessly.
The bristles on the brushes are very soft and feel of very sound quality. I haven’t had any issues with the bristles falling out when washing and they haven’t lost their shape either. All in all, these brushes give the feel of a very expensive brush but for a much lower price than most competitors out there, I mean the Nars Ita Kabuki brush is £43, the Real Techniques Bold Metals 301 Flat Contour is £22 and the Crown C473 Studio Pro Contour is only £9.99, this is a no brainer for me!
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