Sheer and light foundation cover. Great for applying lighter products like tinted moisturisers.
To apply foundation in the smoothest way looking flawless. This brush works with a real variety of foundations from thin to much thicker. There is no other brush on the market that can make foundation application so easy and so smooth. This is for you if you want your foundation to sit flawless and great for those who want to layer their foundation thicker.
Designed specifically for those “I’ve applied too much blusher/bronzer” moments, the primary purpose of this brush is to erase colour or excess powder by using blending.
Designed using the classic brush style for the application of blusher, this is the secondary blusher brush in the set.
The clue is in the title … Applying blusher.
Add highlighter to high points of your face delicately and accurately.
Everyday foundation application
The application of concealer to the red and “grumpy” areas of your face or to use with concealer to brighten areas.
A gorgeous eyeshadow look allowing for shading from dark to softly transparent with no blocks of colour or lines!
An all over base colour on your eyelids. This is the largest of the eyeshadow brushes and was engineered to use with lighter base colours to allow the colour to be spread quickly over the lid.
If you would prefer an all-over single colour eye look or a medium toned eyeshadow as your base, then this brush is ideal. This brush is smaller than the Light Placer and works well with medium tone colours such as gold or taupe, ensuring the correct distribution of colour and preventing your eyeshadow from escaping from the eye lid.
For a two-toned eye look, dip the tip of the brush into your eyeshadow pigment and tap off the excess. Place the colour in a V shape along the lash line into the outer corner of your eye and then up into socket line using the tip of your brush. Add more colour with the flat of the brush, one third of the way across the lid before blending. For a three-toned eye look, use the tip of the brush and dip into your darkest pigment, press the colour over half of the area you have already pressed over then blend.
Highlighting delicate areas like the inner corner of the eye to widen eyes.
* Pure Synthetic Hair