This is a wonderful foundation brush, not only for first time make up users, but for people who are well established with make up and indeed make up brushes. The brush has a strong, sturdy handle and super soft bristles. I have experienced no fall out with these brushes, as I have bought two so far. Sure you can pay upward of £15 on a designer make up brush if that pleases you, but not everyone has that much money to spend or just don't want to spend it on a brush. The Royal Foundation brush is actually one of the best quality foundation bruses I have used, and believe me, I have tried a lot. You really can't go wrong with this price tag and I wholeheartedly urge you to give this a try before you blow all your money on designer brushes!
Tip: Spot clean your brushes everytime you use them, with a brush cleaning spray and a cotton pad or even a clean make up removing wipe. Swirl your brush in circles to get the foundation out. I would recommend deep cleaning your brushes maybe every week to two weeks. Pour a brush cleaner (or a baby shampoo! Leaves your brushes feeling extra soft!) into the palm of your hand and swirl your brush in circular movements in the shampoo. You will be shocked to see how much dirt will come out! Just imagine, that's what you're putting on your face! Then rinse your brush under a running tap, then squeeze out the excess water and leave to dry on a towel that is set on a flat surface!
Warning! Never set your brushes upright after cleaning, the water will seep into the glue that holds the bristles together, causing problems with fallout.