Airtouch rotating brush
I got mine yesterday it has a lithium ion battery not a AA like they said.There may be a learning curve with this.I tried it this morning with my liquid foundation,thought I’d just put a tiny dot on my face but it took alot of effort to blend it out,wound up using my Artis brush to fix it.Tomorrow I’m going to try it with cream foundation to see if it’s better.This thing has a strong motor,it feels wonderful.I haven’t decided if I’m keeping it,going to experiment for a while first.I’d love some tips if anyone here has used it before.
i returned mine–what i basically didn’t like was that the brush only spinned one way–so i liked it on one side of my face but didn’t like it spinning in an opposite direction on the other side–does anyone understand what im trying 2 say?–i think if i could have changed the direction to the one that seemed more natural on both sides then i would have kept it–fyi–it dosent come w/retun peel and stick label–and u have 2 pay yourself at post office–no pre paid available–and it gets mailed to somewhere in connecticut!–and it seemed 2 take a long time for hsn 2 post my return————
Artis is a much better brush than Airtouch. The Airtouch probably works better w powder than liquid. Honestly, I would try the Michael Todd Sonicblend since the idea of a motorized brush interests u. Unlike the one u have where it just spins, Michael Todd’s uses sonic vibrations. It is USB rechargeable, has 3 speeds, and u can use the handle w any of their brush heads. It works awesome w liquid or powder makeup and buffs the product onto your skin. It moves so fast that u can barely see the bristles moving. This scatters the makeup evenly over your skin. Most ppl end up wasting less product w it.
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05.07.17 8:16 PM