Belly at Large: Brushies Brushies

Wassup, my home girls? It's Belly time, are you happy?

 Yeah, that's yours truly doing the seksay thang called "licking the armpit" :D
I'm more flexible than Madonna, yo!

"Brushie Brushie", what the... Who wrote that? Ah meow, that was me. You see, having no opposable thumbs makes it hard to type. I meant to type something smart and clever but ended up with that, which is tackier than the bad cat food* the human handler Dao forces me to eat.

While Dao is busy crunching numbers and jumping** with her laptop, I get to use her other laptop as well as raid her stash. HaHA, take that for givin' me chicken flavor cat food. I am a salmon and tuna feline, yo!

Guess what, Dao? I got access to your brush stash, meow meow meow meow meow *big grin* And I also found out you got a request from Tweeter on brush comparison. I either gnaw your dearly beloved brushes into pieces or do a review for you. I could have gone feline crazy but instead, I chose to ride the high horse. Imagine me, a cat, riding a high horse. Ha!

The request from Tweetie was to compare brushes from EcoTools, StudioTools, and E.L.F Studio.


Wanna know my opinion about these brands? JMP!

Dao always said the EcoTools and E.L.F Studio powder brushes are softer than moi. Pfff, puh-lease, sister! Nobody/nothing is softer than yours truly. Maybe they are softer than her senior citizen teddy bear, Whatshisface, but they can't be softer than me.

*Bring the powder brush to nose, twirl twirl twirl, brush brush brush*

Ah-choo! She's right, this thing is soft! No wonder she loves it so much. I like the EcoTools brushes because they are made of bamboo and recycled materials. Plus the blush brush is thick enough to cause damage to them racoons that eat my food. The E.L.F powder brush is not so bad, though. If I didn't know any better, I'd say it's an expensive brush. But then, she has to pay shipping, which costs around 2 bags of cat food. No wonder why I have to eat this horrible chicken flavor thing she bought on sale!

The StudioTools dual fiber brush is solid gold, if you can get it. The local Target does not carry it, despit jacking the price from 2 dollars (2 bags of treats) to 7 bucks (2 bags of Friskies.) That brush makes stripped people like moi look good, despite being called the skunk brush. Skunky schmunky, I'd gnaw it any day!

The vintage StudioTools brushes are aiight, I don't know if the new ones are as soft. Or if you can find the same ones. That slanted blush brush makes raccon fur feel like chinchilla or something. It is scratchy, yo! I would not use it to brush my paws, even.

In conclusion, I rank the brushes as follow: EcoTools, E.L.F Studio, StudioTools based on softness. Based on the price, they would be the same price per item if taken shipping and handling out of the question. For starters, I highly suggest EcoTools and E.L.F Studio. Their stuff isn't so expensive but are reliable. StudioTools brushes are hits and misses, although they are really cheap and easy to find at Target.

**Jumping? Did I actually type "jumping"? N00b me! It's JMP, the number crunching software thingy.
*I abhor chicken, yet she brought bags of chicken flavored cat food home. Racoons ate it and I fought racoons. They can eat chicken flavored cat food but I won!

So, whoever on Tweety-bird requested this comaparisony thingy, I hope you're happy. Send more requests, people. Anything I can pounce on, chew at, or rub around, I will review. You like, you give me tuna and salmon cat food, deal? I need to work to get my own cat food. It's tough out there for a cat, yo!

Love, peace, and tuna fish,
Mr. Belly

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