These curated multitaskers are the perfect tools for easy, versatile looks.
Each set contains an Allover Shadow Brush, Powder Brush, and a Soft Focus Brush. Packaged in a branded gift box. $95 value.
Made with 100% cruelty-free vegan Taklon synthetic bristles. Duo-color fibers for precision application and blending.
Allover Shadow Brush – The go-to multipurpose eyeshadow brush for sweeping color onto the lids and browbone. Dense fluffy bristles deliver a subtle wash of color across the lid. Lay a base shade, or softly layer your favorite eyeshadows. Pairs with all of our eyeshadows.
Powder Brush – The dense domed bristles blend and buff face powders to create a smooth, even finish. The bristles blend face powders for enhanced control and buildable coverage. Pairs with any of our face powders.
Soft Focus Brush – The essential tool for sheer application and diffused color blending. It pairs perfectly with any of our cheek or face powders.
5 because they're lovely high-quality brushes. The soft-focus brush works wonderfully with new cream blush Bijou; late 2019 bonus. (Bijou = deep, richly pigmented pressed-cream blush; very flattering on my ballpark '2' depth 'fair' skintone - I mix 3 Satin Matte foundations to get a good colour match. Bijou = Gorgeous!) But acheiving the look is only possible with such an intense rich blush on fair skin because the soft focus brush in this set helps me apply and blend a tiny amount of colour onto my cheeks. I love this effect with AP Garnet powder blush (and have been doing that with the older wood-handled AP kitten/soft-focus brush for years). This new brush also works well with a richly-pigmented pressed dry blush. This soft-focus brush could be used for light foundation application but I prefer the largest Alima for that. On the other two in the set.. well, I didn't 'need' them as much, so my criticism is for the set more than for the brushes. I would have most valued a set with the soft-focus, the largest foundation brush, and a secondary 'largest' brush. As a result, the set gets more of a 3 or 4/5. But that's my style: bigger brushes are better. The powder blush is only big enough for me to use for bronzer/contour, or maybe highlighter/finishing, so that's tbd. All over shadow is effective for most eyeshadow needs, so it'll be a good brush in rotation for that, or eventually a replacement for my old similar wood Alima that is shedding. Right now it's for my eye 'base'.