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Beautycounter

Angled Blush Brush

for $ 34.00
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Angled Blush Brush is better thought of as a contouring brush due to its slender, angled design. The soft, Taklon hairs do a nice job of picking up powder and their density coupled with great flexibility are apropos for contouring. The long, narrow handle makes for swift, easy maneuvering.

While you can use this to apply blush, a slightly larger, fluffier, and more rounded design would make application on the cheeks quicker and easier.

Pros:

  • Slender, angled design works well for contouring.
  • Soft, Taklon hairs easily pick up powder.
  • Long, narrow handle makes for swift, easy maneuvering.
  • Cruelty-free; not made of animal hair.

Cons:

  • Not the best design for blush application.

Jar Packaging: No
Tested on animals: No

Beautycounter At-A-Glance

Beautycounter is the brainchild of self-described serial entrepreneur Gregg Renfrew, a woman who is perhaps best known for serving on the board of Martha Stewart Living after selling her bridal registry company, The Wedding List, to Stewarts media empire. Renfrew has worked as a consultant on cosmetics lines from celebrities like Kate Hudson and Jessica Alba.

Renfrew says she decided to start her own cosmetics line after learning that not all the ingredients used in cosmetics were safe, so Beautycounter was launched in 2013. The brands primary focus is provide what it calls safe skincare to consumers, with its website stating that a rigorous ingredient selection process is used to ensure nothing harmful is used.

For all the interest Beautycounter has stirred up, the line is by and large lackluster, and in many cases overpriced for what you get. Many of the formulas start out with potential, but are ultimately derailed by either the inclusion of potential skin irritants or the jar packaging, which will render many of their beneficial ingredients ineffective over time.

Beautycounter products can be purchased through its website or through product consultants who do home sales parties. For more information, visit www.beautycounter.com.

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