I kinda have mixed feelings recommending the Diane brushes.
Because recently the quality of their brushes has dropped substantially.
Diane used to be the OG 360 Wave brush. But there has been lots of complaints on their bristles falling off. And their brushes not lasting that long.
Hopefully they have improved on their quality. Otherwise I recommend you test a few for yourself.
They are not that expensive, so it’s easy to test a couple for yourself & see if the quality has improved.
Here is a great review comparing the CQP brushes & Diane Brushes.
“Diane aka Dirty Diana’s = queen of brushes. Sometimes wavin is chess sometimes it’s checkers.
One puts the queen as most important, one the king. It’s all about where you are in the wave game and what you need at the moment.
I felt like the Diane made me want to brush more and the crown made me want to brush slower for connections.
The Diane I feel helps me be more precise with the crown area while my overall pattern is helped by the CQP brushes.
So for some people, they seem to be fine. But only you can be the judge.
The problem with most corporations is that, when they have something that works.
They tend to try to mess with it. Sadly this is happening a lot to Diane brushes.
But I will still recommend you test them. Because it also depends on the batch you get.
You should get the following Dianne brushes for Your Test: If you can go to a beauty store & feel the bristles on these brushes.
Get a medium, a soft & a hard brush. Or just cop one from amazon & test it out.