Angled, Natural-Bristled Brush for eye shadow
This angled, natural-bristled brush is the ideal partner to all eye shadows. Its slightly rounded edges perfectly apply shadow to the crease and corners of the eye. Brush hairs are slightly more narrow for controlled application.
How to use:
Dip the angled side of the brush into the shadow and tap off excess. For crease contouring: Press the angled side horizontally into the crease with the longer end toward the outside of the eye. For a bolder effect: press vertically into the crease with the longer end downward. For corner contouring: Sweep the angled side downward from the outermost area of the crease, toward the lashes, finishing above the iris.
Backstage beauty tip:
Place the shadow with the tip of the brush and then flip to the side to blend.
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