Sunday, August 11th, 2013

Inglot 16BJF Face Brush
Inglot 16BJF Face Brush

Inglot 16BJF Face Brush ($36.00) is made out of goat hair and is recommended for bronzing powder (or “applying large amounts of intense color, ideal for contouring.” The brush measures approximately 7.5 inches (19 centimeters) long in total, with the handle length at 4.5 inches (11 centimeters), ferrule length at 2 inches (5.25 centimeters), and the brush head at 1 inch (2.5 centimeters). The brush head is 1.75 inches at its widest part (the top) and just under 1 inch at its base. It tapers upwards and flares out with a flat top. The brush is soft and dense, and it reminded me a bit of a buffer brush, just with a flatter top and a much longer handle. I like it for buffing and blending out other powder products, but I also liked it for applying loose setting powder. I’ve washed it half a dozen times, and I haven’t had any issues with dye bleeding, funny smells, or shedding. It does widen and spread out after the first wash, so it is not as narrow as it appears when you first get it.

20T Synthetic Face Brush ($24.00) is made out of Taklon (synthetic bristles) and is recommended as a cream foundation brush (or “perfect for contour and highlight”). The brush measures approximately 7.25 inches (18 centimeters) long in total, with the handle length at 4.25 inches (11 centimeters), ferrule length at 1.75 inches (4.5 centimeters), and the brush head at 1 inch (2.75 centimeters). The brush is 1 inch (2.5 centimeters) across and 5mm thick. The edge of the bristles is white, while the majority of the bristles are a black-brown color, so though it looks almost like it has a jagged edge in the photos (because the edge gets lost against the white background), it has an angled edge that goes straight (just at an angle). It’s a flatter, firmer brush with a little give but no floppiness or fluffiness. The synthetic bristles make this ideal for cream products, as the product won’t get absorbed by natural hairs. It is soft against the skin and glides nicely. I didn’t experience any shedding, dye bleeding, or funny smells after washing the brush several times. It does work well for laying down more precise contour lines, and then you can lightly feather it away to blend out the contouring color.

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Inglot 16BJF Face Brush
Inglot 16BJF Face Brush

Inglot 16BJF Face Brush
Inglot 16BJF Face Brush

Inglot 16BJF Face Brush
Inglot 16BJF Face Brush

Inglot 16BJF Face Brush
Inglot 16BJF Face Brush

Inglot 16BJF Face Brush
Inglot 16BJF Face Brush

Inglot 20T Synthetic FaceBrush
Inglot 20T Synthetic Face Brush

Inglot 20T Synthetic FaceBrush
Inglot 20T Synthetic Face Brush

Inglot 20T Synthetic FaceBrush
Inglot 20T Synthetic Face Brush

Inglot 20T Synthetic FaceBrush
Inglot 20T Synthetic Face Brush

Inglot 20T Synthetic FaceBrush
Inglot 20T Synthetic Face Brush

Inglot 20T Synthetic FaceBrush
Inglot 20T Synthetic Face Brush

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16 thoughts on “Inglot 16BJF Face Brush & 20T Synthetic Face Brush Review & Photos

  1. I have some of their brushes and they are very good quality-wise. No I’m thinking of adding synthetic face brush to my collection :)

  2. I do have few inglot brushes, no shedding, no bleeding, love them, have to try my hands on these brushes too!!!

  3. i don’t know that inglot has got this kind of brushes

  4. Good to hear that the dye on the 16BJF hasn’t bled. I have had many issues with that in the past.

  5. Mandy

    Hi christine,
    The 168JF, how does it compare to the 109? What difference is there between them? Thank you!

  6. Both brushes look nice, I have never tried Inglot brushes before.

  7. Both are interesting looking, the synthetic one is a bit unique, which is nice. Probably works a lot better than my angled foundation brush from elf

    • xamyx

      The e.l.f. one is pure crap (I have several e.l.f. brushes I adore, even backups of a few, so I’m not putting the brushes down as a whole), however Sonia Kashuk has a pretty good one, if for some reason you can’t get this one.

  8. Gabby

    I have several of there brushes and like everyone else has stated they are absolutely amazing!!! My faves are the 4ss which is similar to the discontinued MAC 225,(great for undereye setting and highlighting) the 6ss( similar to a MAC 224) the 10s( such a great little brush for precise blending or getting deep into the crease) the 80hp(great for outer v work …smudging…like a mix between a pencil smudger brush and a small crease brush..amazing you can also cut the crease with it) the 17tl which is a small angle brush, perfect for brows and the 30t which is a bent liner brush that applies gel liner perfectly.

  9. Malia

    Aww man, I thought I’d be getting more inglot brushes! These dont look too useful for me, I have a few of their eye brushes but the only ones I use are 13p (tear duct/inner corner) and 8ohp (outer v). I love the lip brushes also, very compact and sleek!

  10. Emily

    The 31T is my favorite brush for doing winged liner with!