EcoTools Airbrush Concealer

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EcoTools brushes are by far one of the best cruelty free makeup brush lines around. I have many different brushes from EcoTools, that I use on a regular basis. They are super soft, readily available, they hold up well with washing and they last! Not to mention, they are really affordable!

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The newest EcoTools baby in my collection is the Airbrush concealer brush. I saw it reviewed on a friend’s blog and knew I needed to try. I’ve never liked the flat concealer brushes. I prefer something I can blend with, very gently. It can be hard to find the perfect mix of softness, yet dense enough for blending concealer.

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This brush meets all my concealing needs! It’s the perfect size for concealing a blemish or under my eyes. It’s not too soft, nor too firm. I’ve even used it in a pinch as a blending brush for my eyeshadow, and it’s great for the crease!

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You can find EcoTools brushes at most drugstores, ULTA and here on Amazon: EcoTools Airbrush Concealer Brush

I’d love to hear if you have a favorite EcoTools brush, or any brands that you love! Leave me a comment and let me know what your favorite makeup tool is! :)

xo Amber

Comments

  1. Erin says

    I’ve heard such good things about EcoTools. I have the EcoTools regular concealer and eyeshadow brushes and I like them, but I don’t love them. Since they’re usually sold in the same places at a similar price point, I’ve been turning to Real Techniques instead. Am I missing something? Are there any other EcoTools brushes you like besides the airbrush concealer?
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    • daydreamingbeauty says

      Hi Erin! I really like the Real Techniques brushes as well. They are such great quality and affordable. I use them both. Eco Tools has a really soft fluffy brush that is great for bronzer or blush. It’s a short handle and I think it came in a kit. I’m not big on stippling brushes, but EcoTools does a nice one. I also have a bronzer brush (I could never use it for that!) that is super dense, and great for foundation. I got a little set of EcoTools eyeshadow brushes ages ago that I love. I’m not sure if they make it any longer. What are your favorite RT brushes?

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