Wednesday, October 2, 2019

IT Brushes For ULTA Airbrush Buffing Foundation Brush #110 Review

It Brushes For Ulta Airbrush Buffing Foundation Brush #110
Bought for: $24 (approx. P1,300)
Bought from: an online shop

I've recently talked about the It Brushes For Ulta Airbrush Blurring Foundation Brush just a couple of days ago and here I am talking about another foundation brush which is an exclusive product of Ulta x It Cosmetics. Basically, the former one is what I mainly use for liquid products while the latter claims to be best use with powders and minerals. In my opinion though, their purpose is interchangeable. I can use one or the other however and whenever I want and personally, it just depends on which one is clean and is ready to use.


Flat, top dense bristles deposit concentrated and targeted product for full, airbrushed foundation coverage. Use with your favorite powder foundation to achieve buildable coverage. IT Brushes For ULTA Airbrush Buffing Foundation Brush #110 is custom-designed for even coverage across all parts of your face, even under the eyes.

Hair: Airbrush finish blurring synthetic brush hair
Handle: Makeup bag friendly
Lightweight, durable, rounded comfort-grip handle
Bonus: Rounded comfort grip


For the most natural airbrush look, buff in your foundation with a smooth, circular buffing motion.

Beauty BFF Tip: If you are using a primer or moisturizer before your makeup, always make sure they absorb before applying your foundation to ensure the best possible coverage.

Product has a matte silver handle and the brand name is printed on it in sleek metallic font. With regular wash, I noticed that it's easy to rub off so if you don't want that to happen, be extra careful and as much as possible, refrain from wetting the handle during cleaning. The ferrule is made of plastic but still sturdy enough to keep the brush in one piece. The whole brush has a weight to it so you can  really tell that it's made of something.

The bristles are made of synthetic two-toned fibers which is what I prefer as I'm biased towards synthetics and cruelty-free products. The bristles are indeed soft and dense and they are really packed together. I've read a few comments from ULTA website claiming that this brush sheds a lot and they break easily but none of those happen to me. I think those are isolated cases or they must have just gotten bad stocks...either way, I'm happy with mine.

What I really like about flat top brushes is that they are quite flexible. They flare out even more with regular use so if that's a problem, store them with brush nets to keep their shape. You can buff them in and they would sort of expand so they cover a pretty huge part of the face and do the job very quickly. Due to the flat head, they also apply product evenly. Because the brush head is made of dense material, it doesn't soak products too much whether it's liquid or powder. Product just sits on top and go straight to the skin as you blend.

This is a great brush that is of good quality but I don't find too many uses unlike the blurring brush. Still, it's a great value for money. It does what it's meant to such as distributing makeup all over in a seamless finish so if you aren't expecting too much, this is a must-have. It's a very reliable foundation brush that is worth keeping.


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