This is one very large handled brush. The handle is a made entirely of bamboo and it almost about an inch thick. Pretty hefty for a makeup brush; a handful to be precise. And while some people expressed negative feedback when it came to the large handle of the bronzer brush, I actually don't mind it.
The real highlight of the brush is how large the actual brush head is. It is very densely packed with the softest bristles that blend like a dream. It evenly distributes powder products on the face and although it does work exceptionally well with bronzers, it also works as a great powder brush too, since it is essentially just a kabuki brush on a larger handle.
I've been alternating it between my BeneFit Hoola Bronzer and MAC Mineralize Skinfinish Natural and I like them for both products so much that I might actually go buy another one so that I don't have to wash them every time I want to interchange its use with products. And why not when the brush is only $11.99. Plus, every other week Ulta offers a $3.50 off coupon any $10 purchase or more so the brush only comes out to about $8.50 not uncluding tax. Not a bad deal. It is also available for $14.95 on Amazon.
So if you get the chance, check out the Eco Tools Bamboo Bronzer Brush available at Ulta and Target. It's worth giving it a try, especially with bronzer season coming up.