Top 5 Blending Brushes

Good brushes can make or break a look, end of story. Gearing yourself up with the best quality brushes but also not breaking the bank is essential and is what I'm always on the hunt for. 

If you've seen my London/Birthday Haul on my YouTube, then you would have seen that I picked up four Zoeva Brushes and already I can't live without them! They're luxury quality at an affordable price, I can see why they get so much hype - hence why they take up 4/5 of the spaces.

1. Zoeva 224 / Luxe Defined Crease
Starting with my absolute favourite of the lot, this brush doesn't look like much but makes light work of blending, giving that soft diffused look. Ideal for transition shades and final blending.

2. Zoeva 228 / Luxe Crease
This tear drop shaped blending brush fits beautifully in the crease, the longer brushes pack the colour and the shorter hairs diffuse the edges. It's flexible and fluffy and is great when you haven't got enough time to faff about with blending.

3. Zoeva 231 / Luxe Petit Crease
This is shorter and much more dense than the 228, ideal for cut creases where you want the placement to be more concentrated. Again, this fits beautifully in the socket.

4. Crown Brush C441 Pro Blending Crease 
This is the 228 bigger sister, it's still affordable but definitely doesn't compromise on quality. Ive had this one for a while now and it doesn't shed and hasn't lost it's shape. I use this to dust on a bone shade all over the lid to the brow bone, it diffuses the colour evenly. 

5. Zoeva 230 / Luxe Pencil 
Lets not forget about the lower lash line, this pencil brush fits beautifully under the lower lashes to blend colour out. It's size gives you full control over the placement for a really polished finish.

What are your favourite brushes?

Liv / Deliciously-floral

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