Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Bare Basics When It Comes To Eye Brushes

Following on from last weeks bare basics when it comes to eye brushes, this week it's all about the eyes. There are a variety of brushes which may lead to things getting confusing, for example, a blending brush may look identical to a pencil brush but they do completely different things which is why I'm sharing my bare favourites today.
Bare Basics When It Comes To Eye Brushes
Shader Real Techniques Shading Brush £6.99
This slightly domed brush is unique when it comes to shader brushes as it isn't as dense as others. However, I find that it evenly distributes the product without collecting in the soft bristles. It's an essential brush for applying any eyeshadow onto the eyelid as well as being affordable.

Blending/Crease Morphe M441 Brush £4.95
When it comes to holy grail brushes this has to be the one eye brush I use for absolutely everything. Morphe brushes can be hit or miss but this feather-lie brush is amazing, it doesn't scratch the eyelid at all. Applying product in the crease and blending with this brush works a dream as it is a perfect size.

Pencil Spectrum A12 Brush £4
This soft, vegan-friendly brush speaks for itself when it comes to packaging, it's beautiful, I love the colour design of the handle and bristles. What is brilliant about this brush is that it's densely packed yet small allowing you to get into every area on the lid whether it be the crease or underneath the eye it'll fit.
Bare Basics When It Comes To Eye Brushes
Eye Liner Zoeva 315 Brush £8
I've tried quite a few liner brushes but nothing has compared to this one which is bent. Due to the brush being bent it allows you to get the perfect line of eyeliner without having to place your hand in an awkward, uncomfortable position. Not only is this great but the bristles are sturdy and fine with no frayed bristles meaning your liner is perfectly straight!

Eye Brow Real Techniques Bold Metals 202 Angled Liner Brush £10
When it comes to eyebrow brushes I personally look for an angled, soft brush as these are ideal for getting a natural look, whether you're using a cream, powder or gel. As it's angled it makes it really easy for you to carve your brows out allowing you to have optimum precision. Also with the bristles being so soft, you can get a natural look by flicking up the hairs.

Although it's not every day that I'm creating an eye look, I always use these brushes to carry out the task as they do a wonderful job. What are your holy grail eye brushes? Thanks for reading, you can find me here: 


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