I ordered the ColourPop Angled Sculpting Brush alongside the Sol Body Face & Body Bronzing Balm, which launched last summer. The Bronzing Balm is a cream bronzer in a large jar, which gives me Chanel Les Beiges Bronzing Cream vibes, and I thought the brush would be perfect for application.
“Contouring has never been this easy! Paired with No Filter Foundation Stix, the new Angled Sculpting Brush creates the perfect contour every time.”
The ColourPop Angled Sculpting Brush is $9, and ColourPop really don’t have very much information about this brush on their website. There’s absolutely no mention of its size, bristle composition, or anything to be honest.
This brush has a nude coloured squared off handle, and the brush has nude coloured bristles. Seeing as ColourPop only make cruelty free products, we know the brush will feature synthetic bristles, but ColourPop really ought to put more information about the brush on their website.
When the ColourPop Angled Sculpting Brush arrived in a ColourPop order, I was pretty surprised by how tiny it is. There isn’t a mention of size on the website, but I definitely didn’t expect it to be small. It’s only going to work on the face for bronzing/contouring, as it’d take ages on the body as it is small.
The bristles are densely packed, so it works well for blending in cream products. I wouldn’t use a brush like this for applying foundation like ColourPop recommend. It’s quite fiddly to use, as it’s so small, and there’s no proper handle.
It’s also pretty average in terms of quality, so I’m not sure if it’s worth the price, but if you could pick it up in one of the ColourPop sales, it’d be much better value.
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