If you have been spotting a new line of sleek looking brushes in your local CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, or Target, the could be the new SOHO Professional Line. I’ve been trying out 5 of their brush lin
e for the past month and think I have a good impression of them to give a review. This professional line provides stylish yet, ergonomic handles. Do look out for out Facebook page as we will be giving out this set of 5 brushes.
Contour Blush Brush
This is one of my favorite out of the 5 I’ve tried. I love the angled slant, and it picks up powder very well. As compared to my other blush brushes, the size is just great for my cheeks. It’s not as dense as the Ecotools brush, but I like it that way for my more pigmented blushes. It is soft, and not prickly.
All Over Shadow Brush
This brush is bigger than most eyeshadow brush and also thick, and is best use for the all over lid color. I still use this daily.
As compared to other blending brushes, this provides the best blending ability but it’s less precise.
It is like a stippling brush, where it is stiff at the bottom, but blendable on the top. One of my most unique brushes, I’ll definitely recommend this if you can only pick out 1 brush.
I love the handles of this line, and find this foundation brush good. But it is not as unique as I would have liked.
This is my least favorite brush, it is the biggest kabuki I own, and it looks really sleek. However, I find the bristles very prickly for my skin, and thus will not recommend this.
Overall, this line is quite great for it’s price. I highly recommend the all over eyeshadow, crease, and contour blush brushes. They don’t bleed, and best of all, their shape doesn’t mold like sigma brushes. I find that their shape stays even without a brush guard.
Disclaimer: Product was sent to us for review purposes, but all reviews are 100% honest.