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
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The StephanieHot0 out of 5
The StephaniePointed eye liner brush
- Use for creating defined liner looks. Can be used for creating a ’50’s’ eye flick with fine tip.
- Use with gel, liquid or cake liner across the upper lashline to create a smooth liner effect
- Use on wet line of the eye with gel liner to get a stronger ‘feline’ effect
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The 'Debs' brush
A crease blender finely tapered at the tip to get right into the contours of the eye and effortlessly soften shadow seamlessly. Using goat hair this super soft brush will apply your shadow effortlessly
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The CJ is a dense taklon synthetic fibre brush designed with a round dome shaped head to enable you to get into the contours of the face.
Can be used to whisk powder across the face, apply blush across the cheekbones or to contour under the cheek one for a more defined make up finish.
Designed with a matte gold ferrule and soft velvet feel ‘duck egg’ coloured handle, this brush is both luxurious to work with and stylish to be seen with!
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A fine angled brush which can be used to both define the brows when working with shadows or gels or can also be used to line the eye
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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