M.A.C’s Fab Duo Fiber Brush
I’ve never been one to buy hundreds of brushes for makeup because the cost can add up very easily! I mean, depending on what brand you buy the brush from, each brush can be as little as $30 dollars and go up accordingly from quality, size, and etc.
Actual cosmetologists can afford to invest their money in these products because it is for their career and they will probably use the tools on a daily basis.
One investment I’ve made is buying the M.A.C’s 187 Duo Fiber Brush.
It’s wispy, light, and absolutely wonderful. You can use this brush for liquid and powder foundations, as well as bronzers.
It’s important to put on one base color all over your face because toning it out with other shades of your choice. This brush makes it ever so easy.
Perks about this brush:
- Makes blending really easy
- Use of pigment straightening is very evident
- Soft bristles - some from synthetic hair & goat.
- Easy to add texture
- Circular - makes blush application very smooth
My daily routine starts out with using Purity by Philosophy and then apply my moisturizers from Estee Lauder. Then I use M.A.C’s Studio Sculpt SPF 15 foundation.
The bristles on this brush are very ideal because there are some that are taller/longer than others. Therefore, when I put the founding on either directly on my face or just the brush, only the tip of the brush applies it.
One of the flaws that I have seen with regular full length brushes is that all the product (foundation liquid or bronzer) gets stuck on the brush and its very wasteful.
I highly recommend this brush, so go to your local Macy’s, Nordstrom, Sephora, or any other department store to check it out!!