- the soft, densely packed hairs. it's really great on giving you that flawless look when using powders.
- doesn't shed. hmmm, well it did shed the first time i used it (after washing) but it was just like a few strands and though i use mine almost everyday and wash it 2-3x a week, it no longer sheds.
- i've read some reviews that it smells bad...good thing, mine doesn't.
- the price. but i got mine as a gift, so there's really nothing to hate about it. lol
will i buy again:
No. i don't think there would be a need...since this one's gonna last me a long time. (wink)
Now, if you ask me if this is one brush that's a must-buy, i would say no. Because, you can get the same results from using other buffer brushes like that of Ellana's which is a lot cheaper. But of course, i don't think the latter is great for travelling...you don't want to scare the next person beside you if they see you take the Ellana brush from your kit and just start buffing your face. LOL. there's also the BE kabuki brush but like what i've said, it sheds like crazy and your face would get irritated after months of using it.
if you have extra moolah, get this buffer brush...but it's not really something that you can't live without.
my last words?
it's expensive...but worth it.