Its angled-brush design is perfect for flawless detailing and blending in the contour crease.
The medium-textured angled brush head gives medium-to-full color intensity for eye contouring.
bareMinerals' professional brushes are designed to buff on the perfect amount of bareMinerals for the most natural, flawless application. Only the finest quality of hairs are used to make buffing bareMinerals feel like second nature.
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Excellent crease brush
from New York
describe yourself Classic Style
- Easy To Use
- Great Design
- Going Out
Comments about bareMinerals Crease Defining Brush, 1 ea:
Yes, you do need a different brush to apply eyeshadow to the crease. I was stingy and didn't buy one for years and could never get the color in the crease to blend properly. It was always deposited in one spot and I could never get it to move smoothly and it looked blotchy. What a difference now! You need a brush that is shaped like this one, nice and fluffy, with natural hairs only. And this one is great! That said, don't use it to apply your overall lid color. You need a good flat brush (with natural hair) for that. And You need an angled one for the lash line. Understanding that each brush has a specific purpose is the key to gorgeous eyeshadow application every time. A woman with impeccable eye makeup told me this this years ago and I believed her, but I didn't feel like spending the $$ and now I'm glad I did. Take good care of your brushes (wash them with a mild shampoo and dry them flat from time to time) and don't use cheapy eyeshadow (do your homework on brands).