When it comes to makeup brushes, I always feel like I already have a nice set and don’t really need any more, which is why I was a little hesitant to review Becca’s The One Perfecting Brush. Let’s just say that the outcome was completely unexpected!
Becca stunned the beauty world with this new multi-tasting beauty tool that claims to do the job of ten different brushes. From primer to powder, from liquids to creams – this brush will effortlessly prime, blend, set and contour, completely replacing other ways of applying makeup. Made with 100% cruelty-free goat hair, this brush is easy to use and just as easy to clean – simply wash it with lukewarm water with a mild soap or baby shampoo and you’re set.
When I first read the statement above I was a bit shocked, because claiming that your product replaces 10 others is quite a ballsy move. Spoiler alert: this brush really is as good as they say! What makes it unique? First of all, it’s made with 100% cruelty-free non-porous goat hair, which ensures that the product sits on top of the bristles instead of sinking in, and that in turn leads to a more even product distribution.
Normally I spread the primer with my fingers, then use a sponge to apply a BB Cream, after that I use an angled brush for contouring and highlighting, Kabuki brush for blush, and a big fluffy brush for setting everything with fine translucent powder. That’s three brushes and a sponge right there The One just replaced for me, because not only it can do the job of each one, it does everything better.
- Foundation brush
- Powder brush
- Contour brush
- Bronzer brush
- Stipple brush
- Blush brush
- Fan brush
- Concealer brush
- Kabuki brush
The brush comes with a small sheet that explains different ways to use it, and I actually found it very helpful. For example, the best way to apply blush is sort of like you’d use a math compass to draw a circle, and it actually made my cheeks look absolutely fabulous. My most favorite result, however, was when I used The One with the BB Cream. Instead of my usual cookie cutter natural-looking face I got an airbrushed effect that appeared like my makeup was professionally done, and I have never seen my skin look this good.
Becca The One Perfecting Brush is definitely on the expensive side, but after experiencing it for myself I think it’s really worth every penny!
100% Goat hair