Hello beauties! Today’s post is going to be a review over Wet n Wild’s new pro brush line. Now I know when you think Wet n Wild you think cheap bright blue eyeshadow, but after you take a look at these brushes, that will be no longer. Well, no, you will probably still think cheap bright blue eyeshadow, but you will also think beautiful rose gold brushes. I bought 5 out of the 10 that are available, so, if you are even the slightest bit interested on what Wet n Wild is packing, keep on scrolling.
To start, all of these brushes are GORGEOUS. They have pointy rose gold handles, and soft, synthetic (cruelty free woo!) bristles. However, they still pick up product quite well so it isn’t a useless soft. The ferrules are the same rose gold as the handle, which creates a very modern look. Design wise, they are almost exactly the Real Techniques Bold Metals Collection, only these are all the same color and they have a circular handle instead of a triangular.
Fluffy Blending Brush (P20)- $5.99
This is your basic rounded tip blending brush. No pokey bristles or shedding. If you already have a blending brush though, no need to get this one unless you like pretty things.
Tapered Highlighting Brush (P75)- $5.99
This brush is exactly like the fluffy blending brush, just with longer bristles. It is a little too floppy for my liking, so it won’t apply the highlight as blinding as I like it the first time around. But, I still enjoy and appreciate how soft the bristles are. I cannot even begin to tell you how much I have being poked when I am trying to highlight. It’s the worst.
Precision Setting Brush (P65)- $7.99
This ferrule is slightly pinched, making this brush a little thinner, and with its tapered bristles, it is a breeze to fit under your eye. It reminds me a lot of the Real Techniques Setting Brush, only fluffier.
Large Powder Brush (P60)- $7.99
This brush is a bigger version of the Precision Setting Brush. Perfect to apply bronzer or dust on a light layer of powder to set your foundation. My mom has claimed this brush (jokes I gave it to her) and she is pretty excited about it. She usually uses brushes by It Cosmetics, so that really says something.
Flat Contour Brush (P50)- $7.99
I have never owned a brush like this, but it is similar to one with natural bristles made by Zoeva. I still enjoy using a tapered fluffy brush to contour as it gives a softer look, but this is great if you want to be a little more glam. If you really want to chisel some cheekbones, this brush is perfect for baking under your contour as well.
Well, what do YOU think about these brushes? Let me know in the comments!