The Andie brush is a densely packed dome goat haired brush. This can be used to create lift by applying blush across the cheekbones and can also be used to contour underneath the cheekbones with a shading powder to create depth.
This brush should be used with powder products only.
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The Lisa ‘Cut Crease’ blenderDuo fibre crease blender/concealerUse this brush to apply concealer quickly and seamlessly into the inner corners of the eyesYou can also use this brush to blend shadow into the socket line when doing more detailed crease work. The extremely fine tapered finish to this brush allows you to get in with fine detail work ie. ‘Cut crease’ look
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The ‘Rosie’ Brush
Tapered Natural powder
This pony haired large tapered powder brush is designed to pick up product and place it onto the skin flawlessly. Large, precisely shaped and super soft!
This is the mother of all the brushes!
**As this is a hand made densely packed powder brush it can be subject to slight hair shedding on its first few uses. This is completely normal and will cease after you have washed the brush a few times. For details on how to care for your brushes please click here
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The Nichola MKII is a similar shape to its predecessor the Nichola MKI but its slightly finer with a more tapered tip for fine detail blending work.
A dome shaped eye blender for working into the socket line of the eye to create a ‘smokey’ blended contoured eye. Pick up shadow on the tip of the brush and work into the crease of the eye. Holding the brush horizontally, rock the brush back and forth across the socket line, following the shape of the eye. Circulate the brush to help blend out and diffuse your shadow
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Fan Brush – smaller than the traditional fan brush to create more precision in application
This brush has many uses:
- Use to sweep a sheer application of blush onto the cheekbones
- Use to highlight above the cheekbones or any desired area you’d like to highlight
- Use to shade under the cheekbones or any desired area you’d like to shade
- Use to sweep away fallen eye shadow from underneath the eyes when creating a stronger eye