Use a thicker, synthetic brush for your everyday eye shadow needs. Synthetic fibres are best as they won’t hold as much product, so you eye shadow will last for longer. Use the flat side to apply, then flip the brush on its side to contour and define the crease.
TIP: Pat eye colour into place, or sweep back and forth in a windshield wiper motion.
FOR THE MORE INTENSE LOOKS
A tapered eye shadow brush is a must for all-over application, highlighting and detail work. This works perfectly alongside a denser angled eyeliner brush to get right down to the lash line.
TIP: Use the angled eyeliner brush wet with eye shadow or liner shadow for a liquid liner look.
PERFECT FOR SMUDGING AND BLENDING EYE SHADOW.
It’s fluffy, rounded end fits snuggly in the eyelid contour, sweeping colour into the crease as well as slightly above and below for a seamless look.
TIP: Use a finishing powder to set concealer around the eyes.
FOR HIGHLIGHTERS AND CONCEALERS.
Its wide, densely packed base of firm fibres lays down colour and builds intensity. The softly rounded, narrow tip perfectly enables detail work like highlighting the brow bones or accentuating the inner corners of the eyes.
TIP: Use the tapered tip to precisely apply concealer close to the lash line.