Medium Tapered Blending Brush by Clover Collection

Medium Tapered Blending Brush (311N)

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CLAIM TO FAME: A small tapered brush that applies and diffuses shadows on smaller eyelids

FAST FACTS: Ultra-soft bristles are made with 100% goat hair; rounded tip works to blend or add color on the lid; effortlessly blurs harsh lines; leaves a smooth, professional-looking finish

PERFECT FOR: Smoky eye makeup

WHAT YOU GET: (1) Medium Tapered Blending Brush (311N)

Before use, always wash brushes with warm water and allow them to dry completely.

Any true artist knows that having the right tools is essential to achieve a precise makeup finish. What started as a hobby eventually lead to a business fueled by the desire to provide an affordable selection of quality brushes for both beginners and professionals. Today, Clover Collection offers the premium brushes you need to create a sophisticated everyday look. The best part is that you now have the ability to wield your own makeup like a pro!

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Certified Buyer

I just got a good one

Ever since i found that clover brushes are local and tati raves about it (about the brand), i was like gotta get one. And not just that i need a cheaper eye brushes that would work excellent like the sigma, morphe, zoeva and etc. I wanna try this brush but it has 2 bad reviews, but when i got this is in the mail and tried it out. As I was trying to use wind(did i get the right term?) swiping motions and circular motion, and i gotta be honest it has NO ANY rough strands. I tried to rub it in my fingers and hands NO ANY rough strands. BTW i didn't use any eyeshadow to feel and see if there's a bad strand. I would love to use this as my clean blending brush or to use it in my cut crease idk let's see.

3 months ago
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There are better brushes

I find that these particular eye brushes from Clover can seem a little scratchy when unboxing, but after a quick wash and dry, they're softer to the touch. I will say though, that these don't pick up pigment as effortlessly as they should, and that because the bristles splay when dry, it's hard to get a really controlled blend. They may be inexpensive, but there are better eye brushes out there at a similar price point.

6 months ago
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I wanted to love this brush, but I can't. It's a good size for blending but as others have said it's on the scratchy side. It gets softer after washing but doesn't hold it's shape well -- some hairs start sticking out on sides which can make it more difficult to blend your shadows.

4 months ago