Rouge Bunny Rouge recently launched two new brushes, the Highlighter Brush (014) and Blender Brush (016). Both of them have shapes that I don’t own yet in my stash, so it has been an interesting experience trying both out!
Both of these are made with synthetic hair, and the handles are wooden. The hair is firm without being scratchy in the least bit. I have washed both a handful of times, and none of them bled at all. They also retain shape extremely well.
The Highlighter Brush (014. 30 euros) works with both powder and liquid highlighters. The tip is very precise, so you can’t overdo it! I often use my blush brush to highlight, but this gets the smaller corners (like Cupid’s Bow) while a blush brush can’t! Rouge Bunny Rouge says this works with a variety of powders and liquids, including foundations. However, I haven’t tried this yet, as the smaller size means it’d take a long time. However, it is fantastic for concealers! Be it the undereye area, side of the nose, or corner of the mouth, this gets the job done fast and well!
The Blender Brush (016. 27 euros) is a domed eyeshadow brush.
The tip is again firm yet non-scratchy. It is supposed to blend and smudge out eyeliner. I principally use this to blend eyeshadows together, and it does work well. However, since I have limited lid space, I have to be a bit more careful. It is also way too big for me to smudge my eyeliner out.
Bottom line: Both Rouge Bunny Rouge Highlighter Brush and Blender Brush are high-quality and well-made. I personally find the Highlighter Brush more versatile. In fact, it might just be my favorite concealer brush so far! The Blender Brush does work well, but I have to maneuver carefully because my lid space is very limited. However, it should work better for those with more lid space!
Have you tried any Rouge Bunny Rouge brushes? If so, what would you recommend?
Sunny, your beauty culture translator xx