Well, with that 88-color Eye Shadow Palette, I wouldn’t want to explore and experiment with these two eye shadow sponge applicators that came with the palette, right?
- Each brush is individually hand-made,
- Each brush is soft and won’t irritate the most sensitive skin,
- And the brush set is packaged in a very cute pink bag.
Powder Brush. I actually use a kabuki brush (too bad my brush set does not have it). I still use the powder puff to apply powder which comes with my compact since it helps to smooth the powder evenly all over. The powder brush though, with wide soft bristles that can come either rounder or cut an angle (to get to the areas around the eyes and the nose) helps in distributing the powder and make you look more polished.
Blush Brush. Who still applies blush with that tiny brush that came with your blush? Get rid of that brush. You would want one that’s fuller and wider to cover the apple of your cheeks . It should not be as wide as a powder brush though.
Eye Shadow Brush. There are different sizes for this brush, but you would like a brush that is soft and fluffy which will help in spreading out the color all over your lids. It should be big enough to cover about one fourth of your lid at a time, but small enough that you can still control the color you put on your lids.