Inglot 21T Foundation Brush Review

by Sub Editor Akanksha on May 13, 2013

in Face Products, Inglot, Reviews

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Inglot 21T Flat FoundationBrush Review

Guest Review By Priya R 


My Views

I am not a brush fanatic when it comes to applying base makeup. Over the years, I trusted my good fingers whether with  foundations  for full coverage or with minimal coverage BB Creams. I happened to see Inglot 21T Brush in one of my friend’s vanity and since the moment I swirled my fingers over its bristles I fell in love with it so much so  that the next day I was at the Inglot store getting my own 21T brush.

What made me fall in love with this brush is its super cushion-y soft bristles, it almost feels like you are applying foundation with  ultra-soft feathers and you want to just keep on stroking your cheeks with it. I do not fall for highly priced brushes and until now relied on our Indian Brand Vega Professional brushes but I haven’t felt a brush so soft against my skin. Vega Professional brushes are good and I still use them but these Inglot brushes are excellent alternatives if you do not have the heart like me to shed loads of money on MAC Brushes.

Inglot 21T Brush has a paddle shape and has its bristles densely packed which are firm enough to apply liquid/cream foundation. It blends the foundation seamlessly on the skin and feels softer to touch than own fingers. The tapered and slightly pointed bristles make sure that the foundation applies and spreads evenly at difficult nose, chin & under eye area. It can also be used alternatively to apply concealers.

Since, Inglot 21T Brush is made of synthetic fibres; it is easy to clean and does not shed even a single bristle while cleaning. Also, it retains its shape completely, without fraying at all once dried. The wood handle is larger than a pen in size and it helps in light pressure application of foundation.

Product Description:

Handle: wood

Fiber: Taklon (Synthetic)

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Pros of Inglot 21T Brush:

  1. Feathery soft bristles
  2. Perfectly sculpted together for easy application of foundation
  3. Does not shed bristles while washing
  4. Made of synthetic fibres
  5. Retains self safe after drying, making it a lifelong companion

Cons of Inglot 21T Brush:

  1. Increased price

Verdict: A+

Price: 1490/-

Recommendation: If you have been craving to own a brush which is as good as  MAC but do not have the heart to shed out a load of money from your pocket then I highly recommend an investment in Inglot brushes. 21T is an excellent flat foundation brush, which will make you switch from using fingers to brush!

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{ 11 comments… read them below or add one }

Karishma May 13, 2013 at 11:10 pm

It’s quite expensive, but then it’s Inglot.


anshita May 13, 2013 at 11:29 pm

inglot is going mad with its prices. but then who isn’t?


Priya Raghuwanshi May 14, 2013 at 4:21 pm

hahaa.. true ;)


Gowthami May 13, 2013 at 11:37 pm

quite priceyy… ohhhh…


Rajvi Bhow May 14, 2013 at 12:44 am

I still feel the best way to apply foundation is with one’s amount of blending with brushes is as good as with hands.


Priya Raghuwanshi May 14, 2013 at 4:22 pm

my views changed after using the brush… never going back to using fingers! less messy n more hygienic


kRITHI May 14, 2013 at 8:22 am

looks super soft


Priya Raghuwanshi May 14, 2013 at 4:22 pm

it is !


Ryan Andrews May 14, 2013 at 8:57 am

Even though it is expensive, it looks cute. I love the design so much. Such a wonderful brush is a must in a makeup room.


Preetha May 14, 2013 at 10:55 am

this is my must have brush..totally love it


Niesha May 14, 2013 at 3:22 pm

I love Inglot, Wish it could have been less expensive but then It seems like an investment!


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