EcoTools Brushes - Review
As we all know, brushes can get expensive...especially when you pay for quality. In my retail therapy this week with my sister, I decided to look for 'drug store' alternatives and came across EcoTools.
Now, I have seen these brushes before, but never had the chance to try them out. This time, I decided to give it a go. I found these 3 at Ross and for the price, I couldn't pass it up!
For those of you who may not know about EcoTools here's some info
- They are a leader in eco-conscience beauty products.
- They have an extensive line of beauty, bath and hair products.
- Products are 100% cruelty-free and use recycled aluminum and renewable bamboo
Beautiful for you and the environment!
First we have the Stippling Brush
- Works with Foundation, Powder, Blush or Bronzer.
- Super soft duo fiber bristles
- Easy to use for smooth, full, buildable coverage and feels great on the skin!
- Retail: $7.99 Ross: about $2.50
I was happy to see how smooth and flawless this application was. The brush is super soft and blended beautifully!
Now let's move to the Correcting Concealer brush.
- Duo Fiber blend of short, wavy bristles combined with straight bristles.
- Can be used with powder or liquid (I used it with cream)
- Compact bristles and small size allows you to precisely buff and blend where you need.
- Retail: $4.99 Ross: about $1.50
For some who may not have used a brush like this, the bristles are a bit stiffer, if you have sensitive skin under your eyes, you may find this brush a bit rough. I used a cream concealer so it took a little more effort to blend, however, it gave me the flawless look that I love! I believe I found my new concealer brush!
Lastly, we have the Skin Perfecting brush.
- This brush is perfect for BB/CC creams
- It had straight, dense bristles. Soft to the touch.
- Angled brush is perfect for getting around the nose and under the eyes.
- Retail $7.99 Ross: about $2.50
This did great with the BB creams! Before I was using a beauty blender and the application was great but it seemed to soak up a lot of product. This allows me to use less product and effort to get that flawless look!
Final Thoughts: The retail prices are very good as is the product itself. Keep and eye on places like Ross, T.J. Maxx and Marshalls. You may be able to get them for the steal that I did. If you haven't tried these, I strongly recommend you do!
Have you tried them? I would love to know your thoughts! Do you have a favorite brush? Is there one out there you would recommend? I would love to know!