Pink & Main Ergonomic Blender Brush Review

Hello friends! Today I'm sharing something a little different...a product review! Pink & Main recently sent me their Ergonomic Blending Brush and their brand new Mini Ergonomic Blending Brush which was just released.

As a retired Physical Therapist, I've worked with many patients over the years who had a variety of impairments that limited their hand function, such as strokes and spinal cord injuries. So needless to say, I was immediately intrigued by the idea of an ergonomic crafting tool. What does ergonomic mean? The definition of ergonomic is as follows: relating to or designed for efficiency and comfort in the working environment. 

Pink & Main Ergonomic Blending Brush Review

Upon receiving the brushes (and a beautiful stencil to try them out with!) I sat down to test them out. At first glance, I was impressed with the pretty pink packaging. I also love that each brush has its own little case that you can sit on your desk.

When I first picked up the brushes I immediately loved all of the options you have for holding either brush size. If you happen to have difficulty with gripping small items the larger brush is 2 inches in diameter and I found it very comfortable to hold with a loose grip and still get wonderful ink blending. The mini brush has a 1 inch diameter and gives you the ability to do more detail blending while still being easy to hold in the hand.

Both brushes have super soft bristles. This helps the brush to glide easily over your stencil and paper with minimal pressure and effort. They are also super easy to clean. I used a slightly damp microfiber cloth to wipe them off and was able to easily move on to my next color.

They are a bit on the expensive side when you compare them to other ink blending brushes, however if you are in need of something that won't hurt your hand and will give you effortless ink blending, then this tool is the one for you. I could certainly see myself having one for each color family if I didn't want to have to clean them in between color changes. However, since they are easy to clean you could certainly make do with just one brush.

Ergonomic design with multiple holding options
Storage case for easy storage
Easy to clean
Effortless ink blending

Just one - Price - However, with just about anything you get what you pay for. So personally, I think the price is worth it.

Pink & Main Mini Ergonomic Blending Brush Review

All in all, I would highly recommend the Pink & Main Ergonomic Blending Brush and Mini Ergonomic Blending Brush if you are looking for a new blending brush option. I hope you enjoyed my review of the Pink & Main Ergonomic Blending Brush and Mini Ergonomic Blending Brush. Have you tried them yet? I'd love to hear what you think of them.


You can find a supply list of the products I used to create this project below. This post contains compensated affiliate links to Pink & Main, and Simon Says Stamp - all at no cost to you. If you want to learn more about what an affiliate link is, you can see my full affiliate and product disclosure statement here. The products I used to create this project are a mix of products I purchased myself and products I received with no expectations from Pink & Main.

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