Royal and Langnickel Revolution Brushes Review Pt. 2

In Part 1 of my review of these brushes I told you how magnificent these brushes are.  They are so terrific that I couldn’t get everything all in one post so this is part 2 of my review of the new Royal and Langnickel Revolution brushes.

First up in the 2nd part of my review is the BX 145

I don’t have anything to compare this to.  It’s truly different from every other brush I have.  It’s designed to apply mascara to lashes with ease. I’m so happy to have it.The BX 60 is almost like a smaller version of the BX 55.  The bristles are soooo soft. I don’t have anything like this brush either.Here’s the BX 55 next to the BX 60. The next brush I want to show you is the BX 50.I would describe this brush as a flat shader brush that can be used for liquids, powders, and creams.  So it would be good for concealer and applying eye shadow.  I love the shape of it.  The bristles are longer than my other shader brushes.There are clear differences between the MAC 242 and the Revloution BX 50. The 242 brush is a lot shorter and more dense than the BX 50.Ok, so the pic doesn’t really show you, but the BX 50 is definitely thicker.  My 242 has gotten LOTS of use over the years so that’s why it looks like this. Ha ha!Next up is the BX 140.  It’s a combo brush for brows and lashes.

 I compared it to my Coastal Scents Lash Comb. The Coastal Scents brush handle is a lot longer. Again the Coastal Scents brush is bigger than the BX 140.  One of the biggest advantages of the BX140 is the ends of the metal is actually more round than pointy so you don’t get “injured” as easily. 🙂Now when I initially saw this BX 130 brush at the booth, I thought it was just a regular angled liner brush like all of the others. Boy was I wrong.  
 It’s actually smaller than the MAC 208 brush which before getting the BX 130 was my smallest angle liner brush.

In conclusion, these brushes were one of the best investments I purchased while at IMATS LA.  Kevin James Bennet had 3 different brush sets available but they were sold out by the time I made it to the booth. 🙁  I only picked 8 however I would’ve gladly taken one of each had my budget permitted it. 😉

I will absolutely buy more of these brushes, probably at The Makeup Show in Orlando.  Thanks for reading!

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6 comments

These look really nice, I have a weakness for brushes and want every good one I see!

Great post! I love the comparisons! I just used my BX60 brush this weekend….AHHHH-MAZING! Don't you just love KJ?!

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