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M.A.C COSMETICS 168S Large Angled Contour Brush

3.8 of 10 reviews

$65.00

4 instalments of $16.25

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A versatile makeup brush designed to apply blush, bronzer and highlight with precision. With an angled head, M.A.C COSMETICS 168S Large Angled Contour Brush makes it simple to get a professional finish.

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3.8 of 10 reviews

57% recommend this product

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Most Helpful Positive

Blush brush

Jessica

I use to apply my blush and it's perfect.
It fits well over my cheekbones and applies product evenly.
It picks up the right amount of powder and I just tap it onto my skin and it looks great every time.
This brush is great quality and doesn't shed at all.
Everytime I wash and dry it it looks as good as new. I have had mine for years and it's still the same as when I first bought it. MAC brushes are a great investment.

Most Helpful Criticism

Alright

Anita

This is an alright brush, not the best ive used but it's not the worst, I would have expected better though from mac
  1. Alright

    Anita

    This is an alright brush, not the best ive used but it's not the worst, I would have expected better though from mac
  2. perfect contour brush

    monique

    gets in all the angles and applies just the right amount of product, love this brush and has lasted me years. can also be used to apply blush
  3. Goid

    Anita

    This is a good reliable brush, helps apply my blush beautifully
  4. Love

    Meg

    Have been using for years and its still as good as new. Use it for a defined contour
  5. Good brush

    Elizabeth

    I really like this brush, as others have mentioned it is sightly course, but it lasts really well with heaps of washing and maintains its shape.
  6. Blush brush

    Jessica

    I use to apply my blush and it's perfect.
    It fits well over my cheekbones and applies product evenly.
    It picks up the right amount of powder and I just tap it onto my skin and it looks great every time.
    This brush is great quality and doesn't shed at all.
    Everytime I wash and dry it it looks as good as new. I have had mine for years and it's still the same as when I first bought it. MAC brushes are a great investment.
  7. Better options out there

    M

    This is a decent brush but the hairs are coarse, does shed a little and is far over priced for the full sized. My advice would be to nab a travel sized brush offered in a travel set, much too pricey full price for the quality!
  8. Nice shape and size but overpriced

    M.

    I have two travel sized versions of this brush and from what I can see, they are very similar with the only difference being the handle length. They have been useful and good value in a travel set but as a single brush I would hesitate to spend $60+ on this for the quality. The size and shape is ideal for contouring and precise placement of product but the hairs are coarse and scratchy and pick up too much powder.
  9. Not as good as the old version but still good

    Kishlette

    The 168 was the first MAC brush I ever bought. I originally got it for contour because it fits in the hollow of the cheek so well but it's surprisingly versatile - great for blush, bronzer and highlighter too. I own a couple of the old natural hair ones already for this reason.

    Unfortunately, in general, I've found that the new synthetic versions of the MAC brushes are not as good in comparison to the discontinued, natural hair ones. It's particularly disappointing when they don't seem to have dropped in price.

    I picked up a new one and sadly this is true when it comes to the 168S. The synthetic version isn't quite as good as the old one. It's a subtle difference but it just doesn't blend out as evenly... The quality of the bristles is different and the brush doesn't seem to hold its shape right when I use it.

    It's still a good brush in that the size and shape are great... But there are cheaper synthetic alternatives from other brands that are probably just as good now.
  10. Soft bristles

    Jenny

    I use this for both blush and bronzer powders and find this to do a good job in applying product. The bristles are also quite soft and not irritating on the skin. Has lasted multiple washes while keeping in shape, and I definitely gravitate towards this more than other branded angled brushes.
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