Makeup Basics : Blending Brushes 
Blending brushes are necessary as they blend the eye shadow together, these brushes are used mainly for the shadow that goes onto the crease. The brushes in the picture from left to right in the bottom picture are:
Sigma E25 travel sized: Full sized version of this brush is $9. I personally like using this brush just to blend eye shadow instead of using it to actually put shadow on because of how big and fluffy the brush is I find that it’ll make more of a mess. 
Blending Brush from Priceline: This brush is a lot denser than the others and because of this I love it for putting shadow on the outer v as that is where you want more concentrated colour. 
Sigma E45 small Tapered Blending: This brush has a tapered point which costs $9 which makes it great for applying shadow in a  specific area especially if you wanted a concentrated colour on your crease. 
Sigma E40 Tapered Blending: This brush costs $11 and is great for the putting shadow in the crease as it doesn’t put too much on and it adds the shadow on the area you want and doesn’t spread around too much. It blends well colours together well, it applies the right amount of shadow under the eyebrow for highlighting and I also love using this brush to apply concealer so it’s a good multi-purpose brush. For beginners this is the brush I would recommend. 

Makeup Basics : Blending Brushes 


Blending brushes are necessary as they blend the eye shadow together, these brushes are used mainly for the shadow that goes onto the crease. The brushes in the picture from left to right in the bottom picture are:

Sigma E25 travel sized: Full sized version of this brush is $9. I personally like using this brush just to blend eye shadow instead of using it to actually put shadow on because of how big and fluffy the brush is I find that it’ll make more of a mess. 

Blending Brush from Priceline: This brush is a lot denser than the others and because of this I love it for putting shadow on the outer v as that is where you want more concentrated colour. 

Sigma E45 small Tapered Blending: This brush has a tapered point which costs $9 which makes it great for applying shadow in a  specific area especially if you wanted a concentrated colour on your crease. 

Sigma E40 Tapered Blending: This brush costs $11 and is great for the putting shadow in the crease as it doesn’t put too much on and it adds the shadow on the area you want and doesn’t spread around too much. It blends well colours together well, it applies the right amount of shadow under the eyebrow for highlighting and I also love using this brush to apply concealer so it’s a good multi-purpose brush. For beginners this is the brush I would recommend. 

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