EcoTools, Six Piece Essential Eye Set, 5 Brushes, 1 Travel Bag
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Posted by DameBridget on Jun 05, 2015
This brush set is something I had been eyeing for a while now, not being sure whether to buy it or not - I was worried the brushes wouldn't be all that good. I am so happy I was wrong and purchased this! I love the look and feel of bamboo, and the synthetic bristles are firm yet gentle and pick up an even amount of product! The brush that worried me most before purchasing was the soft dome blending brush (third from the left) - I worried it would not blend eye-shadows well, but it does a great job! I'm very happy with this set and hope to have it for a long time!
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pratique pour emporter
Posted by 4715039329943308796 on Dec 22, 2014
J’aime la douceur et la taille des pinceaux qui peuvent s'emporter partout; ce sont des basics mais des essentiels qui permettent la réalisation d'un maquillage simple à sophistiqué !
Good for beginners
Posted by 5452729217098508314 on Jan 05, 2015
The set is good, the brushes are soft and don't shed. It is ideal for beginners with makeup. However, I must note that they are tiny in size.
Very nice and recommended for beginners
Posted by Carmela83 on Sep 22, 2013
highly recommended for Money. If only the length was longer ...
A really weird set, weird brushes, but OK
Posted by MasksOffMasksOn on Jul 30, 2012
I ordered this set since I wanted to have few smaller eye brushes to go in my morning makeup bag. These brushes are short in their length, but the Blend, Highlight and the Crease brushes' heads are SO big! Bigger than normal brushes. So you can't really apply eye shadows accurately with them. I've also found the Shade brush to be too small for anything but applying a light shadow in the inner C of the eye. The Smudge brush was too itchy to use around the eye area... The Blend brush even lost some hairs, and that was a big turn off for me...
BUT- I've found out that if I use them differently they do a pretty nice job so overall I did find use for them all and after the first not so good impression I had on them, I started liking them.
I use the Blend brush as a highlight brush.
I use the Highlight brush as a crease brush- it's perfect to blend shadows in that area.
I use the smudge brush to conceal tiny areas.
I use the crease brush as a shade brush, even though it is a little too big for that.
I use the shade brush to apply highlighter in the inner C of the eye.
The brushes are "green" and the case is really comfortable to carry while traveling. They are also soft and nice to hold.
So- Not a "must have", not even "good to have", but OK to have.