e.l.f. Crease Brush
Eyeshadow Brush Lineup!
So the first pic, my two main Morphe brushes. I have several of each, and the M562 is in the other pic but not my M330 because I don’t keep it in my rotation anymore. I used to use my M330s all the time, they blend nicely, handle well, overall good brushes, but as soon as I washed them they started to fall apart. Big disappointment. Luckily, my M562s are more reliable and I love how small and light they are. Perfect for small details and really building up those creases. Also great for highlighter. Second pic is my normal rotation. The Fluffy brush by e.l.f. is one of my faves, super fluffy and love blending with it! Their Crease brush is still good, but I find that it is too big for my crease and ends up making it a bit muddy, so I don’t use it for my crease. The Sonia Kashuk brush is super soft and comes with a cover which I love because I carry all my brushes around. The Luxie is great, 2-in-1 and both ends are good quality. The Farah brush is a denser brush, as well at the Wet n Wild, both of which I like to pack on pigments.
LUXIE-Blending and Shading Eye Brush 249
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