Best Eye Makeup Brushes

I hope you enjoyed my roundup of favorite face brushes. Now onto the eye brushes!

1. Sephora Collection Classic Brow Filler Brush • $10 This is my favorite brush for brow powder. It’s stiff, natural bristles are perfect for picking up and laying down the perfect amount of powder. There’s no need to spend more because this brush is a lil champ!

2. Japonesque Angled Eyeliner Brush • $15 For creating wings to kill, this brush nails it. When you turn it to the side, you’ll see how paper thin it is, which is the key. It’s angled synthetic bristles are great for creating the initial wing and then filling in the lash line.

3. Sephora Collection Pro Shader Brush • $17 This brush is the perfect size for placing shimmer at the inner corner of the eye and on the high point of the brow bone. I also like using it vertically to apply color to the lower lash line.

4. Sephora Collection Pro Shadow Brush • $20 Everyone needs a flat shader brush like this for applying color to the lid. This picks up pigment and lays it down evenly. Remember to use a pressing motion when building up color.

5. Sigma Beauty E40 Tapered Blending Brush • $16 For blending out the top edge of your shadow work, this is a godsend. If you have big eyes, you can use this to apply crease color or just use it clean to soften and diffuse color.

6. Makeup Geek Pointed Crease Brush • $8.50 I really like this brush for placing color on the outer corner as well as creating a more defined crease. It’s tapered shape makes it easy to place color at the corner and blend it out.

7. Sephora Collection Classic Smudge Brush • $14 I use this brush both to smudge liner out and to precisely place a dark color at the outer corner of the eye, using a separate brush to blend it out. It’s dense bristles allow you to accurately place color and keep it controlled. I like to dip it into a dark shadow before smudging out my pencil liner for a smoky effect.

8. It Cosmetics “No-Tug” Heavenly Luxe Dual Eyeshadow Brush • $24 This is 2 brushes in one and such a multi-functional workhorse. You can accomplish so much with this! The fluffy end can be used to apply crease color, lid color and blend out shadows. The flatter end is great for smudging liner, applying lower lash line color, or placing a darker color on the outer corner, then flipping the brush over and blending it out with the other end.

9. Sigma Beauty E25 Blending Brush • $14 I could not live without a blending brush. This one is great for placing color into the crease, blending colors together and apply and blending outer corner color.

Whether you decide to grab a few, all or none of these, I hope this post has been helpful! I’ll see ya round the bend.

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