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EYESHADOW BRUSH

There are different types of shadow brushes, depending on the area you want to fill. To blend into the crease of the eye, it is recommended to use a soft dome-shaped brush. To apply the main color of the eyelid, use a harder flat brush that will easily spread the shadows all over the eyelid and give more saturated colors. For a more precise blending of colors on the eyelid, we recommend the use of a pencil brush.

Even if they look the same at first glance, the shadow brushes are not identical and each one does its best with the exact purpose assigned to it.

Shadow brushes can be in a variety of patterns, shapes, sizes and textures, depending on what you are going to use it for - a base color, a contour or a color blend. Applying eye shadow is simply impossible without the right brushes. No matter how many quality eye shadows you have, if you do not have a suitable brush you will only waste the product. In the case of eye brushes, the quality is decisive and it is a big responsibility whether the make-up will work or not.

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In order to be as prepared as possible when choosing eye brushes, we will present the main types of brushes and their purpose: Flat, hard shadow brush. This brush is used to apply the main color of the eyelid. Due to its flat shape, it allows the shadows to be applied to the entire eyelid by light tapping. Being firm helps them retain more product and make the color much more saturated. Hard, domed shadow brush. This brush is used to create the effect of "smoky eyes" and to blend colors on the eyelid (for example, to naturally emphasize the crease of the eyelid). Another brush that will be useful for pouring and smoking the eyes is the "smudger" brush - with it you can also apply and spread shadows under the eye or smoke the eyeliner. Soft, domed shadow brush. This brush is designed for easy and perfect blending of colors in the crease of the eyelid and for applying no additional color where there is a need for one. Shadow pencil brush. This brush is very suitable for smearing and overflowing the shadows of the lower eyelids (under the eyelashes), as well as for smearing and overflowing the eye line. This brush can be defined as contour, as its smaller tip allows the application of more precise and precise lines. For powder shadows it is more appropriate to choose a brush made of natural hair, and for creamy textures of shadows it is good to choose with synthetic hair. If you want to make perfect makeup, use any brush as intended. Even if at first you find it unnecessary to invest in so many shadow brushes, if you try, you will understand why professionals use so many brushes only for shadows. Each brush is designed to do its best in its area. It will be very difficult for you to achieve good results if you use only one shadow brush. There is another type of brushes - double-sided. These brushes usually have a rounded brush on one side to apply the product and a soft applicator on the other for perfect spreading and pouring. Make the perfect set of shadow brushes and enjoy professional results at home.

In order to be as prepared as possible when choosing eye brushes, we will present the main types of brushes and their purpose: Flat, hard shadow brush. This brush is used to apply the main color of the eyelid. Due to its flat shape, it allows the shadows to be applied to the entire eyelid by light tapping. Being firm helps them retain more product and make the color much more saturated. Hard, domed shadow brush. This brush is used to create the effect of "smoky eyes" and to blend colors on the eyelid (for example, to naturally emphasize the crease of the eyelid). Another brush that will be useful for pouring and smoking the eyes is the "smudger" brush - with it you can also apply and spread shadows under the eye or smoke the eyeliner. Soft, domed shadow brush. This brush is designed for easy and perfect blending of colors in the crease of the eyelid and for applying no additional color where there is a need for one. Shadow pencil brush. This brush is very suitable for smearing and overflowing the shadows of the lower eyelids (under the eyelashes), as well as for smearing and overflowing the eye line. This brush can be defined as contour, as its smaller tip allows the application of more precise and precise lines. For powder shadows it is more appropriate to choose a brush made of natural hair, and for creamy textures of shadows it is good to choose with synthetic hair. If you want to make perfect makeup, use any brush as intended. Even if at first you find it unnecessary to invest in so many shadow brushes, if you try, you will understand why professionals use so many brushes only for shadows. Each brush is designed to do its best in its area. It will be very difficult for you to achieve good results if you use only one shadow brush. There is another type of brushes - double-sided. These brushes usually have a rounded brush on one side to apply the product and a soft applicator on the other for perfect spreading and pouring. Make the perfect set of shadow brushes and enjoy professional results at home.

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