Artlicious - 25 All Purpose Paint Brush Value Pack - Great with Acrylic, Oil, Watercolor, Gouache
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- All purpose paint brushes
- Nylon, bristle, sponge & camel hair brushes
- Wood handles in various sizes
- Ideal for all mediums
- Safe for educational use
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Most of the brushes were already used, hard and stuck together. 3 were not cut well and had uneven bristles. The angle brush wasn't even a straight cut, more like a slope. Im so disappointed and angry, was wanting to use them upon arrival. I'm gonna return for a full refund! Seller should be very ashamed selling crappy products! I can't even bring myself to give a rating, but I will so that my review is accountable.
We did have a few natural bristled brushes that were not able to be separated (see pic) so we snipped the very end of one of them off to be able to use it. Also found one that the bristles keep coming out.
Most of these brushes are great and the price was great so the few with issues weren't a big deal.
Purchased for my 6 year old who is very much into all kinds of arts and crafts. Couldn’t go wrong for the price. They work well for her, not sure about a serious painter.
The red and dark green brushes shed so much they're completely unusable unfortunately, even just as a fill brush for blocking in large areas of paint. I'm pretty sure I could make a better brush by super glueing a tuft of dog hair to the end of a stick.
Edit to add: For the reviews saying they're used because they came "covered in glue" - they're not. They're just really cheap brushes y'all. The only ones that have the "glue" coating on them are the ones that shed (not a coincidence), and it's easily washed off in water. They do this to make the brushes look better in the packaging, because without the glue I suspect they would look like a mangey, dying animal, with all of the bristles falling out.