CLAIM TO FAME: A tapered fluffy brush that layers product and softens harsh edges on the crease
FAST FACTS: Ultra-soft bristles are made with 100% goat hair; rounded tip helps blend and smudge color; effortlessly smoothens out lines and streaks; helps add depth on the contour; leaves a silky-smooth seamless finish
PERFECT FOR: Soft-contouring the crease
WHAT YOU GET: (1) Tapered Blending Brush (310N)
Before use, always wash brushes with warm water and allow them to dry completely.
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Very underrated brand, but the quality is so much better than most hyped brands. This brush in particular is a must-have in my collection because it's perfect for blending and it gets the job done! The bristles are amazing and the price is right. Highly highly recommend this brush and the brand as well.4 months ago
This brush honestly doesn't have any scratchy hair or ends if you do. With this brush you can also define your crease, it has a tip that can define it but i don't know to you guys. This is also soft and fluffy by the way which is better. Lastly affordable. In terms of eyeshadow pigments it works fine i mean this is a great local.9 months ago
I've been trying to work with this, but I just can't find the love. Yes, it's definitely not as expensive as some top tier brushes. These come in feeling scratchy, and while a quick wash and dry makes them softer, the bristles splay around the sides. It's harder to get a controlled blend because of that, not to mention that the actual bristles take a few dips into product to pick up pigment in the first place. It's just a lot of work for a brush that's technically supposed to do the heavy lifting for you.12 months ago