Morphe Brushes M439 Deluxe Buffer Brush vs. Tom Ford Cream Foundation Brush 02

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Not very similar to the name brand.

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*Tom Ford is not cruelty-free according to Ethical Elephant and Morphe is certified by Free the Bunnies. Makeup Maven, Carianne, says: Overall, these two brushes will blend your makeup. However, the differences between Morphe M430 Deluxe Buffer Brush and Tom Ford Cream Foundation Brush can be broken down to quantity, density, and texture of the bristles. These three traits result in a clear difference in laying foundation onto the skin. Morphe is a large brush with more densely packed, slightly rougher bristles. This brush is meant to buff, as it says in the name, foundation onto the skin. Tom Ford is significantly smaller, slightly less dense, softer bristles. In other words, it is like a fluffy traditional foundation brush. Due to these differences, it is slightly harder to buff out foundation with the Tom Ford brush. However, similarly due to these differences, the Morphe foundation brush can pick up and highlight any dry skin you may have. At the end of the day, I like the efficiency of Morphe's buffing abilities, but my dry skin handled Tom Ford slightly better.

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