I bought the Kat Von D Powder Brow Brush #75 after seeing Jane rave about it, and I just knew I needed it. I have a ridiculous amount of makeup brushes, but this brush really stood out for me as it’s so unlike any other brush in my collection. Kat Von D launched her brow range earlier this year which included many shades of pencils, powders, pomades and brushes. I love everything I’ve tried from Kat Von D and I only own one of her makeup brushes; the Kat Von D Shade + Light Face Brush, and it’s an amazing brush so I knew it was time that I tried more from the Kat Von D brush range, and the Kat Von D Powder Brow Brush #75 was only £16 from Debenhams.
“Designed for high-pigment brow powders, #75 Powder Brow Brush features high-quality synthetic bristles expertly cut to pick up and blend out high-pigment brow powders with an artist’s ease and precision.
The magic lies in the distinctive combed shape, expertly cut to look and perform unlike any brow brush you’ve ever seen. As you’re filling and shaping, this do-it-all tool is grooming your real hair and depositing product in realistic hair-like strokes for insanely natural looking brows. This innovative angled brush was created to perfectly apply Brow Struck Dimension Powder.”
When it comes to my brows, my favourite products are brow powders and tinted brow gels such as Benefit Gimme Brow and I’m always on the hunt for the best brow brush, and I bought the Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Brush #12 and I wasn’t wowed in all honesty.
The ABH Brow Brush was £18 so I didn’t mind the £16 for the Kat Von D Brush, and I bought it when Debenhams had 15% off beauty products so it only cost me £13.60 which I think is pretty reasonable for a mid-range brand. I watched the YouTube tutorial on the KVD website showing the Kat Von D Powder Brow Brush in use, and it totally sold it to me as it looked SO easy to use.
The Kat Von D Powder Brow Brush is unique due to it having little cut out sections, almost like turrets and this design allows the brush to create natural hair-like strokes for a fluffy faux brows. I am dying to try the new Brow Struck powders with this brush but it works amazingly with any brow powder, with the perfect density to create both soft and precise definition. In the tutorial the makeup artist creates the most amazing angular brows, but my brows are naturally quite full and the brush performs extremely well and it takes me seconds to apply my brow powder of choice when using this brush.
It’s the best brow brush I’ve ever used, and I have bought two backups as I love it so much and can’t bare to be without it inbetween brush washes. I am going to buy the pomade version of this brush next which is brush #70, as well as the Brow Struck Powder in Dark Brown and the Brow Pomade in Dark Brown too so I get the whole KVD Brow Wardrobe as I’m a serious convert!
Have you tried anything from the Kat Von D Brow range?!
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