Round stippling brush offers easy application of your foundation
Thick handle creates a comfortable grip
Plastic cover helps bristles keep their shape and shields against dirt when not in use
Number of Pieces: 1
Piece 1 Dimensions: 2 inches (W) x 7.5 inches (L)
Handle Material: Plastic
Brush Bristle Material: Plastic
Sustainability Claims: Cruelty-free
Recommended Use: Multi-purpose
Beauty Purpose: Blending
Material: Brush Bristle Percentage 1: 100
Tip Type: Flexible
Makeup brush type: Multi-purpose brush
Bristle material type: Synthetic
Care & Cleaning: Wash with Soap and Water
Item Number (DPCI): 052-11-1172
Get the perfect look every time when you apply your foundation with the Stippling Foundation Makeup Brush from Sonia Kashuk™. Dip the ends of the bristles into your foundation, dot your face with foundation and gently blend by making circular motions with the brush to create a flawless finish. The sleek look of the black handle on this stipple brush brings polished style to your beauty tool collection. Plus, when you're done using it, you can snap the clear cover over the brush head to shield it from any debris in your makeup bag. Whether you're creating a natural, barely-there finish or looking for a little more coverage, this foundation brush helps you achieve your desired look.
This brush is beautiful, nice weight on the handle, good density...but on the skin it feels so rough and scratchy. There was no sample to test and the brush had a plastic cover. It was hygenic and protected so I was into it. This brush is so expensive to be rough on the skin. An Elf brush is higher quality. I guess the SK line really has declined. I will not ever buy an SK brush again.
1 reply from the Product Manufacturer team - 4 months ago
Thank you so much for your feedback on our Sonia Kashuk Stippling Brush. We wanted to reach out to assure you that we are only using the highest quality fibers and materials when creating these tools. Stippling brushes are designed using two types of fibers that are custom blended to allow you to softly press and build foundation into the skin with control. We would recommend that you try our Sonia Kashuk Buffing Foundation Brush that buffs and blends foundation onto the skin for an airbrushed, flawless finish.
Do not let the negative reviews affect your decision to buy this brush! The key is knowing how to use the brush. Any stippling brush requires an application much like a beauty blender, bouncing or pressing (hence the word stippling). If you apply this in a streaking/pulling motion, you will get the results like the lower reviews and be disappointed. However, if you use it correctly, you will be blown away by how GOOD your foundation looks. Quick tip: apply your foundation in layers--meaning if you prefer a full coverage look, try to build from a light coverage to medium to full. I know that might sound like a process but a few extra minutes means your face will look FLAWLESS. Do not hesitate to buy this brush, other stippling brushes can be upwards of $50.
Love how this brush blends my cream stick foundation! I've tried using it with liquid foundation and did not love it so much, but with a cream foundation it's great at smoothing it out without streaks. I wish it was a little less expensive though.
I was searching for a replacement for my high end domed stippling brush. This exceeded my expectations for twenty dollars less. Sonia Kashuk also sheds less. This brush works best for those of us with large pores. Use a liquid foundation and use the brush to press it into your skin. The pressing motion hides large pores. If you buff or paint, I imagine it would be a streaky application. Press the foundation into your skin the way you would a sponge, except this works way better than a sponge, and in my opinion absorbs less product. It's not 5 stars yet because I haven't owned this brush very long. However, the heavy handle, the lower price tag and the fact that it does the job of a more expensive brand makes this worth the buy.
I was a little apprehensive about purchasing this brush based on previous reviews. However, when I saw the brush in a Target store I was very excited that this could possibly be a dupe for a similar prestige brand foundation brush (that got *rave* reviews on their website, btw) but the SK brush costs $20 less. I must admit that when I first used this brush, I feared that the brush would leave my foundation streaky and uneven. But...if you stick with it and blend, blend, blend it creates the most airbrushed, even coverage that my blending sponge could never accomplish. I highly recommend giving this brush a chance! You will not regret it!!! (Psst - Please pick me for Hey Bullseye, Target!)