What is it?
The JADE SERIES – 11 PCS EYE BRUSH KIT with every brush you need for eyes. Any makeup artist of any level can use this versatile kit for editorial or artistic makeup. Coming with a belt pouch, that you can easily take your brushes anywhere.
How To Use
Use the blending brush to buff your eye primer for a more vibrant look. Buff your transition shade using the crease brush into your natural eyelid crease. This will make your eyeshadow gradient smooth. You can then add details and darker eyeshadow shades with your smaller crease brushes and pencil brushes. Add detail under your eye with the pencil brush. You can create a smooth cat wing with the eyeliner brush and the perfectly defined brow with the angled brush.
Tap off any excess powder from your eyeshadow brush before applying it to your lid.
Vegan Corn Synthetic – Just as soft as natural animal hairs.
High-Grade – the included belt pouch feels very luxurious and durable
The 11 Piece set comprises of:
#1 – Large Blending Brush
#2 – Medium Blending Brush
#3 – Small Blending Brush
#4 – Big Eyeshadow Brush
#5 – Medium Eyeshadow Brush
#6 – Small Eyeshadow Brush
#7 – Angled Eyebrow Brush
#8 – Pencil Brush
#9 – Precision Blending Brush
#10 – Detail Brush
#11 – Bent Tip Eyeliner Brush
How to Clean Your Make Up Brush
Step 1: Lay the brush face down with its bristles closest to running warm water. Pinch the bristle fibres and gently squeeze any makeup residue or excess water.
Step 2: Place a dime-sized dollop of olive oil (for natural bristles) and mild soap onto your palm or apply directly to the bristles after running under medium warm water to remove excess makeup.
Step 3: Massage the brush bristles onto the soap solution on your palm while letting the water run through the bristles. Move the brush bristles in a soft gentle circular motion.
Step 4: Once the running water through the bristles become clear, stop the water. Make sure you’re not submerging the bristles or getting the ferrule wet
Step 5: Using a towel, softly squeeze out whatever excess water is left in the brush. Air-dry the bristles in an area with free-flowing air.