How do you choose the right brushes for your eye makeup?
Having the right tools is one of the most important parts of creating beautiful mineral makeup masterpieces– especially when it comes to your eye makeup application.
We are proud to offer an extensive collection of nearly all the eye makeup brushes you could dream up – all perfectly suited to applying powders, cremes and liquids for easy and seamless eye makeup application.
Our Brushes: Plush. High Quality. Vegan. Cruelty-Free.
Did you know all of our brushes are made with gorgeous, plush, ultra-soft, high-quality vegan bristles and are 100% cruelty-free?
Just one more reason to love them!(We also carry an amazing selection of brushes uniquely suited for mineral face makeup, concealer, and blush application which we covered in last week’s post right here!)
Coverage & Precision
One of the most universal eyeshadow brushes is our Eyeshading Brushwhich utilizes its flat, dense bristles to lay down the perfect amount of mineral eyeshadow whether you want to pack on the pigment or simply give a light, even layer of coverage over your lid.
This is a staple in any brush collection for sure, and it is wonderful for applying shadow to your lid area. The larger end of the Double Sided Angle Brush is also a sure thing when it comes to laying down your color, both on your lid and in your crease - and I find myself reaching for it about half the time. Variety!
Pro Tip: Keep 2 Eyeshading brushes - one dedicated to light shades, and one to darker shades.
This brush boasts a super fine pointed tip that is wonderful for both wet and dry mineral liner application and will allow you to easily create a thin, precise line with your mineral liner.
Perfect for filling in at the base of your lashes in order to create that lush full lash line look.
Smudging & Creasing
Crease and Smudge Brush
The Crease and Smudge Eyeshadow Brush which (as the name suggests) is specifically formulated for perfectly applying mineral shadow in your eyelid crease– but this brush is also great for smudging out mineral liners, and even for spot cover up on blemishes or smile lines.
Gotta love that.
The densely packed, rounded bristles on this brush do a great job of picking up loose mineral pigment and laying it down precisely in your crease with minimal fall out, and it also works beautifully with cream eyeshadows.
Abby is a photographer and blogger who never says no to a hot cup of tea or a new shade of lipstick. She lives in Monterey, CA with her husband where they enjoy hiking, cooking/eating everything vegan, and basically living the (neat and tidy) hippie dream.
Lisa's Notes: These are the exact brushes that we use for ourselves, daily.