Love this e/s brush! It's soft and thick, unlike the UD brushed that came with the Naked palettes. It's the only brush I use with my eyeshadows. Really great with no shedding(at least mine).
Very soft bristles, have not shed at all despite once-a-week washes. Does its job of blending eyeshadows onto my lids nicely. Bit pricey, but for its quality, worth it.
This is my go-to line for brushes. I've had some of them for almost two years and I've never had a single bristle fall out of any of them. The are eco-friendly and affordable as well. When I worked in cosmetics, these are the brushes I would tell everyone to buy.
Don't know what else to say about this brush in particular- it's a pretty typical eyeshadow brush!
Great for blending out harsh lines & blending colours into each other. I use it every day since I prefer a softer look on my eyes. Another awesome brush from Eco Tools at a great price! continued >>
I Really don't like this as an eye shadow brush.It doesn't pick up much color and what it does pick up isn't put down evenly.It is just too thick to be an eye shadow brush.
This brush barely picks up any eyeshadow. Very disappointed. Not a good buy.
I know it's a e/s brush, but it also works as a concealer brush
Price: ~$4 CAD
Shape: fluffy, tapered shell
Texture: soft but firm
Since it has a firmness to it, I like to use it as my concealer brush. It doesn't pick up much e/s for me. So I dab on concealer using the tapered point on acne spot and blend out the edges of the concealer only.
I don't use this brush for eyes, cause I feel like it's too big for that. But it's good for other uses! Like filling in my brows and contouring my nose and stuff~ Good brush! :)
Great brush for packing on powder eye shadow, applying loose shadow wet and cream eye shadow. Can be harder to work with powders that are predisposed to fallout. I've had mine for years being washed weekly and hasn't shed one hair or changed consistency.
I actually use this brush for applying concealer. It blends well, it's soft on the skin, and the pointed/domed tip is good for getting in small areas. A little product goes a long way with this brush. I can't live without it