LA Colors Eye Shader & Blender Brush

All the makeup beginners fret trying their hands on eyeshadows. Why? Well, because every makeup artist tells them about how to blend, crease, and highlight. But none of it tells them what brushes to use and where they can get them. So, we thought of helping you with this and providing you with a list of brushes you will require for eye makeup. Also, before we go ahead, you can get the LA Colors eye shader & blender brush from our website.

Classic Shader- The most important eyeshadow brush has to be the classic shader that takes up the duty of coverage over the entire lid. Its bristles are soft but packed very densely so that your lid does not feel the harshness of the bristles, and everything is blended beautifully. It has a semi-circle edge, which makes it most worthy of use.

Small Shader- Similar to the classic shader brush, but its bristles are short in size and densely packed. This brush is responsible for picking the eyeshadow from your palette in a generous amount, and with just one swipe, it settles on the lid. Then using the same brush, you can blend it softly on your lid.

Precise Shader- This brush again has short bristles and is less wide. It is responsible for holding a good chunk of the product while maintaining precision in its application on our lid. For all the girls who love the smokey look, LA Colors eye shader & blender brush is all they need in life. Achieve your desired eye makeup with the precision shader and be ready to collect compliments.

Angled Shader- For eyeshadow application on the socket line and above, the angled shader is the brush you need in your vanity. This brush suits the best for defined creases due to its angular shape. Cream or powder application by sweeping the brush inside your socket line is how you use this brush.

Blending Brush- To get eyeshadow blending on the crease, on the lid, on the socket line, this is the brush you should get your hands on. Its long dome-shaped bristles fan out to diffuse rough pigments and blend away lines for a smoother transition of colour.

Angled Detailer- If you are a person of detailing in your eyeshadow or like to experiment with looks, then having an angled detailer brush in your vanity is a must. From gel pigments to chunky glitter in the inner corner of your eye-lid, this brush will pick everything and settle it in the right place.

Detailed Pencil- Those makeup lovers who experiment with face art need the most detailed brushes in their vanity. And this one is again one of the important brushes that you should have. This soft-tapered brush picks up the perfect amount of pigments and allows you to target the smallest details that you want in your eye shadow.

So, now that you have learnt about what brushes and shaders serve, get a set of LA Colors eye shader & blender brush from Beauty Bliss and begin your makeup journey.

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