Artistique Face Brush
A fluffy face brush for expertly blending powder products.
Our award-winning face brush effortlessly diffuses powder products. Use it to evenly distribute and blend loose or pressed powders (bronzers, blushes, highlighters, setting powders) with whisper-soft strokes.
Surratt is committed to the Japanese philosophy of Monozukuri, or craftsmanship. Each brush is crafted from hand-tied natural fibers with precision and care by a skilled artisan.
Washing Your Surratt Brushes: We recommend washing your brushes once a week. To make the experience more enjoyable, use a light, conditioning shampoo with a fragrance you love. Under warm water, gently lather the bristles, and rinse thoroughly until no visible lather or pigment remains.
Drying Your Surratt Brushes: To ensure your brushes are dried thoroughly, and to maintain their longevity, we suggest drying them on a towel placed on a cookie sheet. Position the brushes so that the bristles face down, and the handles rest on the edge of the cookie sheet. This will ensure that any remaining moisture flows away from the metal and wood parts of the brush.
HAIR TYPE: GRAY SQUIRREL
BRISTLE LENGTH: 46mm
I love the quality , and the softness of this brush!
I’m a collector and all around hoarder of Fude brushes with an extensive collection from many different brands consisting of a wide variety of hair types. With my skin leaning more and more toward the dry end I have a fondness for squirrel and Fox hair. There’s something about a large fluffy round powder brush I can’t resist. I had the Chikuhodo Z1 for a few years before I took the plunge on the Surratt Face Brush and did and still do love it. I read the reviews and watched the videos coming away thinking it was just another Z1 making me loose interest. I decided to buy it about a year ago when there was a 30% promotion and am so glad I did!
After using this brush for the last year I can confidently say this is in no way the same brush as the Chikuhodo Z1 at all. Completely different brushes in size, shape, density and overall application. The Surratt bristles measure at 46mm in length and Z1 is 45mm and while that is a minuscule amount it makes for a huge difference in a brush. The Surratt brush head is round and the Z1 is more domed so when bloomed they have a totally different shape. The Z1 is 20mm in density. I was unable to locate density on this brush so can’t confirm one is denser than the other. The Surratt has more firmness and snap. The Z1 is fluffier and more airy. All in all both brushes are magnificent and well worth buying if your able. They each have their uses and work differently with products.
I was on the fence between Surratt and Chikuhodo Z-1, but I ended up purchasing this after reading so many reviews that people who have both brushes prefer Surratt brush and I was not disappointed. Very soft and firm brush, excellent for buffing , sweeping or patting motion. I use it with La Prairie loose powder and Guerlain meteorites balls. No problem for loose or compact powder. The handle is more gorgeous than in photos out there. The duochrome green-purple has more glistening effect and the matte ferrule is elegant. The packaging is sliding cardboard design with velvet base which I also appreciate since I can't bear to think my brush would be squashed inside the brush roll. Overall. wonderful and expensive brush that feels and looks like it and packaged as it should be.
I’ve been wanting this brush for years to complete my Surratt collection and finally purchased during the recent sale. It’s expensive even on sale but worth it for me. Wonderfully soft but springy enough to pick up powders and distribute evenly and easily without disturbing makeup underneath. Love it.
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