How to Use Brushes Like A Pro

Learn all about our 6 Eye Brushes and how to use them on different parts of the eye. 

Concealer Brush: Larger Tapered Dome Head that is perfect for applying concealer under the eyes and in the inner corner of the eye. It can also be used to set powder on the lid, highlight the cheekbones, and touch up foundation around the nose.

Defined Crease Brush: Small Tapered Head that is perfect for getting in the crease. This brush is versatile and can be used under the lower lash-line or on the inner corner as well. Truly a great detailing eye brush that works with matte, shimmer or foiled eyeshadows!

 

 

Dual-Ended Brow Brush: This brush is multi-purpose and multi-functional. Use it as a liner brush to smudge shadow along the upper and lower lash-lines or to create winged liner. It is perfect for defining and touching up your brows. The spoolie is great for combing through brows or separating lashes. 

Multi-Purpose Eye Brush: Flat Shader Head that is designed to pack shadow on the lid (works great with Foiled Eyeshadows). You can also use this brush to apply color to the crease and use a sideways sweeping motion to buff and blend it out.  It works to apply highlighter on the cheekbones, around the nose, and under the lower lip. 

Outer V Brush: Dense Dome Shaped Head that was designed specifically for the outer corner of the eye. Use it to smoke and smudge out your shadows. Also amazing for a really smoky lower lash-line and touching up underneath the brows. 

Soft Dome Brush: Medium Sized Tapered Head that is great for a flawlessly blended crease. You can also use this brush to dust shadow all over the lid for a smoky eye, to apply highlighter to the tops of the cheekbones, or to touch up concealer and foundation around the nose or eyes. 

 

 

 

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