I have a ton of products to feature here but it seems I lack the energy to write about them properly. I have to be in a certain mood, a certain vibe to be able to write a good review about a product. As you may have already noticed, I tend to write long posts. I just feel that I need to impart to you every single thing that I find good (or bad) about a particular product. I don’t like it when someone just says “this product is great, buy it!”. I’m like, huh?? What makes it great anyway?
This product is great. Buy one now!
I’ve seen this in TBS a hundred times but ignored it a hundred times as well until I read a review by Geli. She said that it’s Php299 but got it only for Php240. My budget was running pretty low one Sunday and I decided to skip buying this until the next pay day. I just wanted to check it out. Lo and behold, it was only Php150! I immediately grabbed one and headed to the cashier.
I ignored this before because I was scared that the nylon bristles would hurt my sensitive skin. Geli has sensitive skin but it worked great for her so I said it’s worth a shot.
The bristles are softer now than when I last inspected this brush (years ago). It’s also very easy to clean. I clean it the same way I clean my makeup brushes. The tag says to put the brush upside down (handle inside the cover) on its cover when drying. The only thing I don’t like about this is the bristles get stuck on the sides of the cover so I have to be very careful when covering the brush.
I use this with my Etude House Cleanser (which I need to feature here). I put the cleanser all over my face then massage with the brush in a circular motion. I do this very gently. I put extra attention on my nose and the sides of my nose where dirt usually hides.