Chanel Angled Brow Brush #12

What can I say, I'm a sucker for anything Chanel.

I received four Chanel brushes for my birthday and I would love to share my thoughts on their #12 brow brush. 
First and foremost, I'm definitely not an expert on brushes. Nor do I have much experience with 'higher end' brushes like Hakuhodo or Mac. So this post is purely for appreciation and observation. 

I believe this brush is made of a mix of natural and synthetic hairs. It is quite stiff to help accurately apply color to ones brows. My previous brow brush was actually an Elf lip brush that had stiff synthetic bristles. I had never tried using an angled brush for my brows and now I could see why angled brushes are super helpful for them.
The angle of the brush is really great for creating shape. It took me less time to shape my brows with this brush than it typically does with my Elf brush or even with my eyebrow pencils. 

The handle itself is really lightweight. I have a Borghese brow brush that weighs more on your hand. In my opinion, the weight of the handle doesn't really make a difference for me as far as quality.

Overall, I really like this brush and have been using this everyday. This brush is probably one of the priciest as far as eyebrow brushes go(it retails for $30), but it has been worth it for me.

What is your favorite tool for your eyebrows?


  1. it's interesting the brush is made of both natural and synthetic bristles.
    of course, i think anything is worthwhile if you find yourself reaching for it daily. finding the just right one has very little to do with price, actually. ;)

  2. This does look like a better shaped brush for the eyebrows :) I usually don't fill in my brows, but when I do I try to do for an angled brush as well. I use one from Ecotools and I also have one from this local brand called Manicare, though they're obviously not as luxe and gorgeous as Chanel ;)


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