I’m going to be honest, I purchased the Posh Angle Blush Brush as a substitute for the Sephora Angled Blush Brush — which I LOVE. The Sephora brush costs approx. $30 which is seemingly quite expensive. The Posh Angle Blush Brush can be purchased for less than $10 (it is $6.29 at most drug stores & Harmon’s). I was hoping the Posh brush might be a cheaper (in terms of $) replica of the Sephora one. The Sephora Angled Brush is always sold out at the store and is a bestseller (according to a Sephora employee at my local Sephora). It is well worth it but difficult to get a hold of. I was excited to find an inexpensive angled blush brush. My excellent experiences with EcoTools brushes have led me to believe that inexpensive brushes can be exceptional in terms of quality and application. My experience with Posh brushes sadly did not meet that expectation!
-good sized handle (perfect for contouring)
-poorly made & handle is not secured well (My brush literally fell apart the FIRST time I used it – not a good first impression!)
-bristles were not all going in the right direction and seemed very sparse
-too expensive for an item of such poor quality
The slogan for Posh brushes, on the package of my brush reads,”You could purchase a more expensive make-up brush-but not a better one!” This is FALSE in my opinion, at least in terms of the Angle Blush Brush. If you are looking for a quality angled blush brush, check out the Sephora brand brushes, I know they sell at least two different ones and I love both of them! You should definitely avoid the Posh Angled Brush because it is a waste of money and poor quality. This experience with Posh brushes will most likely result in me staying away from this brand altogether & you should too! :)