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My go-to eyeshadow brushes

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leena.tabaja
I have alot of brushes, but these arw rbe ones I reach for most when doinf my eyeshadow. Moat are Quo brushes, but one is a Lise Watier brush. I dind Lise Watier superior to Quo but much more expensive. Honestly Quo gets the job done, the only problem with them is that they are more likely to fall apart (the bristles), but that is not toe say Lise Watier brushes will never fall. Left to right: LISE WATIER - Definition Brush
I use this to gently sweep over the outer lid and outwards. I find the brush holds enough product, but disperses the product well- you dont end up with a localized application. It blends very well. I actually have a Quo brush similar to this but I prefer the Lise Watier one. The Quo flat, wide brush. I use this to apply on my eyelid, usually the main colour I want to be seen the most in my look. I dont usually blend with this, for the look I want to achieve on my lid, I usually pack on the product and just tap and add over top over and over until I get the desired pigment. The Quo brush in the middle is a small brush with the bristles designed into a kind of diamond shape. This is a crease brush, so I use it to define the crease. I can blend with this brush and get a good outcome in terms of pigment and brightness. I dont need to pack on too much product because it localizes the product and blends minimally to get a very obvious definition, which is what I want. The Quo brush with a flat, small, oval shaped head and short bristles is a defintion brush I use to add pigment to my lower lash line. I use this if I want a dramatic smoky look at the outer corner of my eyes. It packs pigment and just needs to be tapped on. Blending with this brush will make it messy, because the eyeshadow powder can go flying off because the bristles are just so short. Its easier to just tap on the colour for a localized application. The last Quo brush looks like a bigger version of the last brush. I use this to add a bright or sparkly colour on the upper lid, usually right in the middle, over my iris fo create a cool effect for my look. It also packs on pigment and just needs to be tapped on. You can also use this brush to apply colour on the whole lid, but I only do that when I’m adding only one colour on the lid because it really piles on the product. The bristles are so short and thick and close together it makes for big impact. Juvia's PLACE - 9PCS TURQUOISE BLUE BRUSH SET
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Aug. 27
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Melissaaskinsuper helpful!!
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leena.tabajaI’m so glad ☺️
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