I have a relatively decent collection of Artist Studio brushes. Most of them are the “bronze” brushes – brushes with bronze colored ferrules and black handles. For instance these three brushes below are all bronze brushes (powder brush, angled flat top brush, angled eyeliner brush).
I also have one of the “silver” brushes – brushes with a silvery ferrule and black handle. The one I have here is an eyeshadow brush.
Recently I learned that there is a new type of Artist Studio brushes – the white ones! These are brushes with white handles and black ferrules. I purchased two of them to see how they compare with the brushes I already have. I got two: a powder brush and a flat liner brush.
This powder brush is quite a bit smaller than my first powder brush (the bronze one above). It is also a bit flatter in profile, and the hair feels a little bit less sturdy. It is also much cheaper at Php109.75, compared to the bronze one which is around Php129.75 if I recall correctly.
The angled liner brush is also quite short. The bristles aren’t as stiff as the bronze liner brush, so I doubt this is going to work as well. This is again around 20 pesos cheaper, at Php29.75 (the bronze one is Php49.75 I think).
I haven’t tried cleaning these yet, but I am starting to doubt that they are as sturdy as the bronze ones. They really feel a little flimsy, although they do perform well for their respective functions. I bought these at Landmark Trinoma.
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