I’ve always believed that good quality makeup brushes can work wonders at improving your overall application. I’ve always had a real mixture of brushes, some from MAC, the majority from Real Techniques and a well loved Sephora Airbrush Foundation in my collection. For the longest time now I’ve been fancying a new set of makeup brushes, so as soon as I saw the Zoeva stand in Selfridges I knew I wouldn’t be leaving without some. I did however have a really hard time choosing a set! All I knew is that I wanted them to be practical as well as looking great on display.
All eight brushes in this luxury brush set are really practical and easy to use. You have the everyday basics like the 227 Soft Definer for seamless eyeshadow blending, the 102 Silk Finish for flawless foundation and the 106 Powder Brush for setting makeup. I get the most use out of these three and together my makeup lasts beautifully all day by working the product into the skin.
A brush I haven’t tried before is the 142 Concealer Buffer which I use to delicately blend in concealer for a more immaculate finish. It’s great at getting into all the little corners for a more seamless look. The 110 Face Shape brush for contouring is super convenient. It gets right in under the cheekbones for more precise definition and it blends the product perfectly into the skin.
Finally the last two aren’t brushes I would normally think go out to buy. The 231 Petit Crease is so tiny and tapered so it’s great for applying highlight to the inner corners of your eye and underneath the brow. It’s actually meant for defining the brow bone but it has a few different uses! The 317 Wing Liner brush also doubles up as an eyebrow powder applicator as it’s really precise at filling in any small gaps. It’s also really handy for adding definition to the lash line.
For £65 the Zoeva Rose Golden Makeup Brushes are amazing value for money! I know these will see me through daily use for the next year or two without falling apart or lacking on quality. I tend to use them all for different things and experiment with what works best for each brush. The real test is how well they last after a couple of washes!
Have you tried any of the Zoeva Brushes?