I’m currently in the midst of collecting more brushes; my makeup station needs updating and I’ve always found Eco-Tools brushes to be of great quality and remarkably inexpensive – you can’t really go wrong to be fair! *eyes up the eco-tools stippling brush*.
Eco-Tools Eye Enhancing Duo Set…For my Brows?
When it comes to me and brushes (with the exception of foundation brushes), it’s typically every man, or brush, for itself. All my non-base products are essentially “multi use”; lip brushes as contour brushes, contour brushes as mineral powder brushes etc, as long as it applies on well, It’s not a big deal for me.
The same goes for my eyebrows. Of late, I’ve started the routine of using a concealer around the perimeter of my brows and blending it out in order to achieve fleek-worthy, sharp slugs. For this, I’ve been using the Eco-Tools Eye Enhancing Duo Set (£6.99), which I purchased from Boots.
The duo set, intended for eyeshadow use, consists of two double ended brushes: a Shade/Define brush and a Blend/Smudge brush. To be honest, I couldn’t even tell you how to use these brushes traditionally because I seldom use eyeshadow, however I use the Define (slanted) brush to outline my brows with concealer, and the Smudge brush to, you guessed it, smudge and shade the concealer out.
I adore these brushes; the bristles are fine, very soft and are easy to manipulate and blend without being streaky; I also have a thing about bamboo/wooden brushes; I think they do look rather pretty and best of all, they are 100% animal cruelty free!