Finally, the actual review of this brush! For all the talk about lemming it, then buying it, now I can review it and stop pining for this brush! I’ll cut to the chase: this brush is AWESOME! The true test for me was when I first touched it to my face to apply blush, and immediately thought, “I must get a back up of this!” 😀
Firstly, this brush was released as part of the “MAC is Beauty” collection, and MAC describes it as:
A long-haired blending brush for the face made of natural fibres. This ultra-soft and silky tapered brush allows for a light dusting of any powder, making it perfect for an all-over wash of colour. M∙A∙C professional brushes are hand-sculpted and assembled using the finest quality materials. They feature wood handles and nickel-plated brass ferrules.
Here it is in all its unwashed, unused glory:
The brush cost me $50.50 ($42 USD) and is made in Japan.
Tip: the country of origin information is no longer etched into the handles of MAC brushes, this information can now only be found on the clear wrapper / sleeve that brushes come in: