July 30, 2014

Sephora Classic Multitasker Concealer Brush #21 Review

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Sephora Classic Multitasker Concealer Brush #21

I had a moment recently where I told myself, “Wow I like this Sephora Classic Multitasker Concealer Brush #21 but did I really pay $20 bucks for it?!”

I think life dictates we should improve upon ourselves but not necessarily revert backwards and I admit when I got my Sephora Classic Multitasker Concealer Brush #21 I felt like I stepped into the past…!

As a massive fan of both Sephora Brushes and the incredible Sephora Pro Airbrush Concealer Brush #57 I was delighted they introduced a new Sephora Classic Multitasker Concealer Brush #21. I’m not sure what classic means to Sephora….it could be this is a repromoted brush but I’m unsure as I’ve never personally tried it thus it is brand new to me. But classic seems about right since it feels kinda retro since it has a super lightweight plastic-like handle…hmmm wait what?! Sephora’s brushes rival MAC in my opinion. If nothing at all the store brand puts out some superb brushes so I was shocked at how flimsy the handle was on this. I was also kinda upset they didn’t include the really cool plastic bristle cover that they have been using on all their brushes. This merely has a small plastic tube and wrapping! So it does feel like they reverted back to their past here because this isn’t really the quality I’ve come to know from their line of brushes.

Sephora Classic Multitasker Concealer Brush

On the upside, I swear the Sephora Classic Multitasker Concealer Brush #21 reminds me of a cheaper version of the Marc Jacobs The Conceal Full Cover Correcting Brush!

They might have forsaken the handle but the bristles are SUPER soft, shed and split free, and made from naturon fibers which are synthetic PBT which emulate natural animal hair. They are also treated the bristles with an antibacterial treatment.

I’ve ranted a lot about the brush but it’s pretty awesome. I find the bristles a touch softer than the #57 and makes sheering out thicker, creamier concealers a snap! This is the brush you want on hand to use with concealers like It Cosmetics Bye Bye Under Eye because it takes that very thick, emollient formula and not only sheers it out but also buffs it under eyes to a beautiful airbrushed appearance!

In the end, the Sephora Classic Multitasker Concealer Brush #21 isn’t going to replace by #57 but it’ll be a brush I see myself using daily, easily, because it truly does an excellent job with thicker concealers!

I like!

It has quirks but those can be easily overlooked as it produces excellent results!

Available now at Sephora.com.


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About the Muse

Isabella MuseIsabella is just an average everyday geeky girl who doesn’t blend her eyeshadow correctly, wears too much blush, and hopes she never finds her holy grail products because she likes the thrill of the chase so much. Her mission is to bring you super honest reviews on makeup, skincare, fragrance and all things beauty. She’s in no way an expert on the topic and she sure as hell isn’t a super model. But she’s passionate about makeup and is seeking like-minded individuals that like pina coladas, getting caught in the rain, and ones that enjoy spending hundreds of dollars at Sephora without feeling buyer’s remorse. If you’re that person feel free to reach out and leave a comment.

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  • fancie

    I love Sephora Pro brushes! I thought about trying the other line but passed for the same reasons you brought up in your rant lol. The handles look old and cheap. You’d think Sephora would upgrade the handles since the prices aren’t much cheaper than the Pro line. But at least they’re still good quality though!

    • Isabella Muse

      agreed fancie! I’m surprised the handles are so cheaply made! but thank god the bristles are GREAT!

  • Susannah

    Isabella, please post your top 5 concealer pics like you did for mascara.

  • Lisa

    “Classic” is Sephora’s name for their most affordable line of brushes. Then the “Pro” line is the next step up, and the “Pro Visionary” is the most expensive.