Like you know, there’s a lot of eyeshadow brushes outside, but why so many? So this time I’d like to tell about my favourite eyeshadow and eyebrow brushes.
- Lid/eyeshadow brush, I use this brush to apply eyeshadow all over my lid and sometimes for highlighting my brow bone. Large, flat, short and brimming with bristles for excellent coverage. The soft bristles have a bevelled edge for a smooth application without ‘dragging’ the eyelid.
- Blending brush, I think we know the function of this brush by its name. It is for blending the eyeshadow to make the eyes more dimension or natural look or make a new shade of eyeshadow.
- Pencil brush, it has a pointed tip and a densely packed bristle structure. They are used for – applying eye shadow in small regions like inner corner or lining lower lash line/upper lash line using eye shadow. They are also used for smudging kohl/liner for natural look.
- Eyeliner/detail brush, the extra fine tip of this brush delivers precise liquid and gel eyeliner application. A perfect line can be achieved in one stroke, or use the point to dot in between lashes for a more subtle effect.
- Angled/slanted brush, I use it to define and fill brows for a beautifully symmetrical appearance. The bristles are stiff and angled for precise control. Apply powder, liquid or cream in short strokes mimicking the hairs, fill sparse areas, shape and elongate for a perfect brow.The angled brush can be used to Allow eyeliner to be applied deep into the lash line for a richer and more distinct cat eye.
- Spooley brush, it is ideal for taming unruly hairs, the stiff bristles smooth and comb eyebrows into form. When shaping, use to brush hairs upwards and trim the excess for neatly groomed brows.
Yass, that’s all about eyeshadow brushes I actually need. On the next post, maybe I will write how to groom the eyebrow by the shape of the face. So don’t forget to follow for updates. Ciao!