First of all, I think this is a great value for the price. Its a nice starter set with some amazing, essential brushes in there.
My favorite brushes from this set are the Crease Brush and the eyeliner brushes. They are soft and work great at picking up and laying eyeshadow smoothly and precisely. The larger flat liner brush makes applying eyeshadow very close to the lash line so easy and fast. I'm so happy with it! The crease brush works on my small, hooded eyes, size wise. its also easy to use and nice and soft.
I only particularly disliked Two brushes from the set: the white, goat hair brush that looks a bit like a MAC 217, And the Flat Shader brush. I think the white brush is called the tapered blending brush or blending brush. I dislike it because it cant blend colors together, or smooth out harsh edges. Its better for applying a transition color on the browbone and crease, which to be fair, its what they say its for. Its just that its called a blending brush, so I expected to be able to blend with it. I also wish it was softer, but its not so rough that its uncomfortable, thankfully, so I still use it. Its just not as soft as the synthetic brushes from the set, that's all. I would compare the softness of that one to the Real Techniques All over shader brush from the RT Starter set, or the cut crease brush from Japonesque. Its similar to those in that respect. I also wish the flat shader brush was smaller; a smaller brush can be used by anyone, but a large shader…
Rated 4 out of 5
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Rated 4 out of 5
Thank you Liza for taking the time to give us your feedback! We appreciate you and your business! I am happy to hear the most of the brushes are working out for you. The pro Blending brush doesn't blend as well as the pro tapered blending brush does. The shorter, firmer bristles help you to control where you want the product for a more precise application. Enjoy, Julie “You Are Beautiful”