I've heard a lot of mixed things about Greenies. I usually buy the grain free, if any, for my dog. When I've bought these bones for her, she really seems to enjoy them... I'm just a little cautious because of all the mixed reviews I see about this brand.
I remember being SO excited when RT released this brush. I've always been a big fan of their other brushes so I was really excited to try our the tapered crease version. Its fluffy but small enough to work wonderfully on hooded or smaller eyes. I use this brush all the time and I totally recommend it. Never had any problem with shedding or breaking and the price point is excellent.
This brush has never worked for me. I dont know if I'm using it wrong or maybe its just too flimsy? I wanted to love it, it seems like such a great idea in theory. Maybe I'm the only one having such a hard time with it, I find it difficult to control and be presice as I would be with a felt tip.
I was pretty impressed when I first tried this brush out. I wasnt expecting it to be much different than my other blending brushes but it surprisingly was. The brush is smaller but yet full. I think I'm more used to smaller brushes being way more dense. This is easy to blend with and the look of it is okay. I wish the bristles held up better, though
I use this brush for both highlighter and contour. I love the look of it and I think it works well for both applications. I wish they held up a little better over time but for the price, I really can't complain much. That's really my only issue with this brush.
This was one of the first blending brushes I purchased. It was a splurge but I think was worth it. I think I have maybe 4 or 5 of these and they have held up very nicely. I like the goat hair version a teensy bit better but I appreciate what they are trying to do with the change to synthetic.
This has been one of my favorites for a while now. The pointed tip helps you get more precise and detailed with your shadows. I wish they made a smaller version. But besides that I have no complaints. Its inexpensive and pretty readily available at most stores.
This is something every body should have in their home! I use this stuff for everything. It's a classic and there's not really too much to say about it, it just works. It's an inexpensive problem solver and a great way to disinfect.
So this COULD just be my dog being picky but she doesnt go anywhere near these bones. I'm not sure if its because of how hard they are or because they faintly smell like musty pee, but shes not having it. I'd buy a small pack at first and let your dog test it out.