Sonia G. has both The Fundamental Set and The Sky Eye Set along with several individual brushes going live on Aug 25 at 10 a.m. PT. In the spirit of replenishment I thought I’d check in and share which brushes I use most of the ones that are back in stock today. Personally, I will buy another Flat Definer and Classic Crease.
The walnut brush holderThe basic setThe Sky Eye SetSmudger TwoBuilder OneBuilder TwoWorker OneSculpt OneSculpt TwoSculpt FourFace TwoFlat DefinerMini BoosterSoft ShaderClassic CreaseJumbo Blender
From above, these are the eye brushes I reach for the most or have bought more of!
Builder Two – I’m more likely to use this for applying the product to the lower lash line, inner lid, or forehead bone. I have two or three of these, but I use Builder Three more often these days.Face two – This has become my favorite brush for applying color to my cheeks. It works like a polishing brush (or kabuki brush) to get good coverage and diffuse in circular motions. If you have a tendency to sweep or drag your brush to apply the cheek paint, this brush may be too dense.Mini booster – I love this brush for bringing rich colors into the crease. If you like a really blown crease it’s too precise and too dense, but if you want opacity and intensity in the crease, this is it. It works well for those who tend to put something in the deepest part of the crease and then gradually work and fade out with a crease and / or transition shade.Sculpture two – It’s the right density, size, shape, and flexibility for a multitasking fan brush, and I reach for it most of the time when I’m looking for a fan-shaped brush. When I need something more detailed, I reach for Sculpt Three.Soft shader – I bought another one during the last replenishment. I really enjoy using it to bring color to the lid or in the deeper crease and lightly sprinkle it over it. It also works well for dabbing and brushing thicker, shimmery eye shadows onto the forehead bones.Worker One – It’s a denser, slightly larger eye brush that’s great for mixing and sprinkling stubborn eye shadows, for applying paint to the inner tear duct (especially for a more diffuse effect), or for applying forehead bones. I’m more likely to reach for Worker Three when I want a smaller brush.
Other brushes I bought additional units from: Fold one, fold two, builder three, pencil one, smudger one, worker three.
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