If you’re looking for the perfect blending brush, this is it. According to Bdellium Tools, the Maestro 959 Powder Blending Brush contains a mix of natural and synthetic fibers and is perfect for blending powder.
The white fibers are super soft, and really remind me of the Too Faced Teddy Bear Hair Powder Pouf brush. The difference is that the Bdellium Tools brush is a professional, full sized brush, and the head is a bit bigger. Also, the Too Faced brush doesn’t seem to be available on its own anymore; and appears as if it can only purchased as part of a set.
The reason I got the Too Faced brush was because after reading the reviews and playing with one in-store, it was very soft, yet the density made it firm enough to swirl around in my Guerlain Meteorites. However, with the slightly larger size, the Bdellium Tools Maestro 959 works with the Meteorites, plus does a whole lot more! Don’t get me wrong, I still love my Too Faced brush, but that is going into my travel bag now.
When I opened up the package from Bdellium Tools (and felt like it was my birthday), I noticed the good quality of the brushes. This quality was further proven when I washed them, and they held up very well. The Maestro 959, like the others, shed exactly ONE fiber when washed. Once dried, it held its shape.
In addition to working perfectly with my Meteorites, the Maestro 959 was great for blending my contour. There are soooo many times when I end up getting my contour too dark, or it looks too harsh (like, almost all the time…lol). I end up using a dark highlighting powder, like the one in Kat Von D’s Shade Light Palette, to blend out the harshness. The Maestro 959 picked up the product and allowed me to blend with an ease I’ve never had before.
With such versatility for $22, the Bdellium Tools Maestro 959 Powder Blending Brush is a must for almost any collection. It’s available at BdelliumTools.com, and for a limited time, you can get FREE shipping on orders of $20 or more, just click the banner below!