Thursday, August 7, 2008

Askmewhats Reviews: Prestige Shadow Crease Brush

Any make-up enthusiast have their own favorite brush. Most of your favorites probably are those expensive ones. Me, I am different! My favorite make-up brush that I would find myself picking up every morning is less than Php300! (approx $6.70). This is one brush that I can use in applying the whole "eye" look!

Introducing...
Prestige #103 Shadow Crease Brush
(I also call this my blending brush)



** The Prestige Shadow Crease Brush #103 available at all Beauty Bar




Askmewhats says ---

The Handle
  • Wooden handle
  • Covered with a shiny polish that prevents the handle from getting cracked or chipped
  • Approximately 4 inches long which is just the right size

The Ferrule (the metal part that holds the hair and the handle)
  • I think this one is made of nickel
  • rust-proof (I have washed this many times, doesn't rust)

The Hair
  • using my own EENT (eyes ears nose throat) lol test. This is made of natural hair (but I don't know which kind)
  • Very soft
  • no hair fall (washed more than 50x since I first purchased)

Overview

  • Since this brush is very soft, I use this to blend my make-up well.
  • Always remember that the softer the brush hair, the lesser the product it can pick, thus creating a very soft and very natural look!





Will I repurchase?

YES!

Now, Askmewhats asks you ---

You will be going for a month-long "Survivor" trip and you can only bring just 1 brush, what brush are you going to bring and why?


29 comments:

  1. I haven't noticed this brush whenever I passed by the Prestige displays. I'll have to check it out next time! Thanks!

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  2. I will bring my eyebrow brush because I need it more than any other brushes. My eyebrows are thin and I hate drawing it with an eyebrow pencil...so an eyebrow brush is my HG until I can find a solution for fuller eyebrows :(

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  3. I think I will bring my Everyday Minerals brush :) It's just so so soft I never felt anything like that soft :D

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  4. hmm, this is hard...i guess i'd choose my MAC 187 brush since it can be used to apply different formulations of blush and foundation. i used to be a foundation-blush girl only :)

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  5. that looks like a very nice soft brush! i don't invest in brushes that much but i'm loving the elianto e/s brush that i'm using. it costs me less than P100. haha!

    i'd probably bring this soft face powder brush i got at multiply. it's perfect for powdering the face and for blush too! not to mention it's pink. :)

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  6. If I go on a "Survivor" trip, hell I don't need any brush... lol~ I'll go naked and let everything go... haha j/k :P To be honest, I wouldn't take any brush because I wouldn't worry about my look. :P

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  7. hi sis!!! i have these as well and i must day that i love it so much!!! And about the survivor thingy..its kinda hard but id rather have a buffer brush,for me its multi task brush, powder,blush,bronzer.Im all set with that bec for e/s i can survive just using my hands:) tc

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  8. ooh meron palang prestige brushes sa beauty bar..haha naku,i live in the province kaya wala akong kaalam alam!

    about the survivor trip, i would bring a kabuki...for my foundation, powder and blush! masaya nako dun :D

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  9. I didn't even know Prestige has brushes! Get outta hereeee. I must give that one a try the next time I'm at a drugstore.

    I don't think I'd have a brush on a survivor trip. Even though I loves loves make-up, I really don't wear it much. Crazy, uh? Muah!

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  10. Tracy, check them out and see if you like any, they don't have a lot of brush collection but its good for its price! :)

    Ebeautyblog , deary, come to think of it, my brows need some lovin' as well, but I can go away with a pencil! but I understand your point about pencils! Twin sis, you are pretty just the way you are! :)

    Nabi, oOoohh yeah, you told me about it and it does look soft!!!

    jheng, I have this feeling you will choose that brush! heheheh Alam kong fave mo yon!

    Sab, lucky you, whatever i bought on line the brushes? Aren't good :( oohh pink brush?? I wanna see!

    Alyssa, true, why would we bring brushes on a survivor trip? But hey...just choose one! lol doesn't have to be survivor trip! :P you just don't want to make a decision! lol

    Royalmocha, true, we can always use our hands! :)

    Miemie, they have, it's just not that obvious coz it's hidden somewhere! And each Beauty bar doesn't carry a lot of Prestige brushes, usually one of each lang nga eh! :)

    B, lol...i'm glad I was able to tell you guys that there is indeed a prestige brush out there lol...tell me how you like 'em when you did the EENT test LOL Nah, you're not crazy, funny that I'm a beauty blogger and I don't wear much as well, too lazy! :P

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  11. I've been looking high and low for a brush like this that doesn't cost a bomb :( I wish we had this here.

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  12. Oh my gosh! That would be a real disaster sis if I'm only allowed one brush. I guess I've to find a brush within a brush and more within it ha ha ha! Kind of a contrband ha ha ha! Oh for crease brush, I love my MAC 224 and 217. It's great to be back :)

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  13. That sounds like a great soft brush, I'll have to check it out.

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  14. thank you darling! I am always looking for more brushes! especially good inexpensive ones

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  15. immediately thoufht of my my MAC 217.. but then i realized that i'd rather go without eye makeup than foundation. i'd definite;y bring my kabuki!! :)

    i love this shadow crease brush. though i use my 217 more, i use this to make sure my e/s are well blended. and soooo cheap!! :)

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  16. i'm always looking for a new crease brush...where can i find this in the states?

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  17. hmm very good question you got there sis nikki, i will definitely bring my lumiere kabuki.. for foundation and finishing powder.. i can't go out without foundation on..

    definitely will check this prestige blending brush asap! lol

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  18. Connie? No prestige there? sorry to hear that, but I'm sure you'll find some affordable brushes there that works well :)

    Gracie, you are cute! You are panicking over the question lol...sorry dear for stressing you :) Welcome back sis!

    Gio, it is a good one! :)

    Jaimie, you are very much welcome! I hope you find them there, I think you have it there :)

    Shen, they're great right? But I would say not all of their brushes are great, this one would be my fave from Prestige :)

    Renren, you do have Prestige products right? Maybe you can ask the sales staff if they have brushes there! They should have brushes there! Tell me if you found them :D Goodluck

    Dianatan, lol ASAP ha? hahahahha I trust yeah, a lot of people will be bringing their foundation brush :)

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  19. guess what? my personal brushes are inexpensive too but they are great! on the other hand, the brushes am using in school costed me an arm and a leg. :-( boohoo.

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  20. Is this the same manufacturer as prestige cosmetics? OH and sorry about the durian thing...I thought you liked it! lol

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  21. Liz, all your school stuffs are expensive! but because they are of ULTIMATE quality! lol so I guess we cant complain there. How many school days left for you?

    Fabu-less, actually, it was found at the area of the prestige cosmetics and I believe it is the SAME manufacturer, not sure if they sell it in the states, I believe they do..and they should! LOL I don't like Durian :( :( :(

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  22. nopers :( I can't seem to find a decent crease brush. waiting for the next Coastalscents spree. They have pretty promising crease brushes now!

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  23. Can't wait to hear your thoughts about the Coastal Scents Connie, I have heard so much about that brush! :) goodluck and I hope you will find a good one! At a good price of course!

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  24. Great review, i just bought this, haven't used it yet, but im so happy i bought it although its i bought only one hehhe

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  25. Bliss, so it is confirmed available in the US then? That's great..why haven't you used it? :P you've got too many brushes huh! LOL

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  26. Nikki, did you read my review on that very brush from Prestige? Bought it at Beauty Bar in Glorietta 3 years ago, and it still works great and looks as good as new. A little splayed than I'd like it to be, but it's a great blender brush. :)

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  27. Wow 3 yrs ago!! Lemme check! :D thanks for letting me know!

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  28. Hey, how come I never saw this in the drugstore...(I was almost going to get a stila blending brush...but then it's 14 bucks, which it's on sale...)

    And for the answer, I will grab Stila #21 cheek and contour since that's the most I've ever spent on a brush...

    Kidding, it's actually very soft and comfy and I like the cute black chunky handle...not to mention the nice blending power. (Although I don't use powder blusher too often)

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  29. oo i have the same brush as you and it scratches my eye! lol, you so lucky to have a soft one!

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