Powder Brush- Great for heavier coverage, use to evenly distribute powder onto your face. Perfect for a finishing look.
Angled Contour Brush- Great tool for sculpting and accentuating your face’s best features. Perfectly fit on your natural bone shadow lines.
Foundation Brush- Used to spread liquid or cream type foundation on the skin without leaving harsh streaks. Always begin application from the inner areas of your face outwards to prevent visible foundation edges.
Concealer Brush- with gentle patting motions, dab the concealer brush directly onto the blemishes or over dark circles and lightly blend it out.
Fan Brush- Use it to apply light dust of veiling powder or powder highlighter creating a velvety smooth finish.
Large Shader Brush- dip it straight into your eye shadow pan to help pack full pigment on your eyelids.
Medium Shader Brush- Medium size shader for a more professional and precise touch on the eyelid.
Short Shader Brush- A more precise version of large shader brush to really get into details
Blending Brush- Perfect for softening up harsh edges left by strong pigments, also great for applying highlighter on the inner corners of the eyes and the brow bone.
Eyeliner Brush- Perfect for precise application to have better control over the depth of line you want to achieve.
Brow and Lash Brush- Use it for applying eyebrow powder, pomade, or brow wax. The spoolie on the other end can be used either for grooming the eyebrows or coating the lashes with mascara.
Brow Comb Brush- Use gently to remove clumps of products from the brow hairs.Lip Brush- Use for precise and controlled lip application.
Smudge Eye Sponge- use the sponge tip to smudge any harsh lines for a smoky effect
Angled Brow- use to apply eyebrow fillers