When I purchased these brushes for the first time, I got a very nondescript answer about what hairs these brushes are: "Natural." They appear to be goat hair, but the hairs are very thin and fine and especially evident in the face brushes, they are very soft.
|Little goat that resides at the Central Park Zoo. Not a Tom Ford goat, you see. But I can imagine a posh Upper East Side goat should be contributing to a luxury makeup brush.|
The Collection (Tom Ford deserves a capital "C" at least because of the money I've spent of them):
|in a clear acrylic cup from MUJI|
Over the next few weeks, I will be posting more detailed reviews of these brushes as well as comparisons to some others I own when applicable. I think comparing brushes is important because I really need to know if I'm justified being smitten with these or if others I own really should be good enough. Afterall, I'm trying to become a better and more discriminating consumer.
Some more view of the Tom Ford brushes I have in my collection:
|ALLLLLLLL of them|
|From top: Cream foundation; Shade and Illuminate; Bronzer; Cheek|
|From Top: Lip; Smokey Eye; Eye Shadow; Eye Shadow Blend; Eye Shadow Contour|