Over the past year i have definitely started being more creative with my eye makeup. To create the perfect look you need to make sure everything else falls into place, your eyebrows and your under eyes. A while ago i did my Bargain Budget Makeup Brushes which inc 4 face brushes (link will be left at the end of this post). This time i thought i would share my most favourite eye brushes which everyone needs.
Firstly i begin with my under eyes. I do suffer with dark under eye circles so i do like to conceal them. The Real Techniques Setting Brush i find can be used two ways. Firstly if you are applying a liquid concealer you can use this brush to blend it in to create a natural effect. Secondly as the name suggests you can set your under eyes with it. I couldn't live without this brush.
Next up is brows, I am loving trying out new brow products but no matter how expensive the products are they are nothing without the right tool. The brow brush i have been using non stop for the past few months is the Zoeva 322 Brow Line brush which is a small slightly angled brush which is perfect for creating "The Perfect Brow". It is quite a dense brush which makes it easy to create precise lines when filling in your brows.
One trick i always do to finish of my brows to create a flawless effect is applying a cream concealer to line my brows. I apply this all under my brow and on the outer corners. I love to use either the Benefit Boi-ing Concealer or one from my Freedom Correct & Conceal Palette. To apply the product and blend out i use my Nanshy EB03 Flat Definer brush, this brush has a flat edge which helps keep neat lines.
Now onto the eyeshadow. Upgrading my tools has definitely helped my eyeshadow game! The first one is the Zoeva 227 Luxe Soft Definer Brush which has been said to be a dupe for the MAC 217 brush. This Zoeva brush is perfect for in my crease, it applies the right amount of product which can easily be built up. I then blend each time i apply more shadow. Blend Blend Blend they say, you can't blend better than with the trusty Sigma E40 Tapered Blending Brush. I purchased this from Feel Unique after i realised how cheap it was! It is definitely worth the hype.