Add mystery and depth to your eyes with our Classic Blender Crease Brush. This tapered, synthetic bristled brush is ideal for blending mid-tone and darker shades, in the crease and on the eyelid, to create a smoky effect.
Recommended Application: Blend shadow precisely at crease and change intensity of color/look with more or less product.
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Dimensions: Bristles : 00.59" (01.50 cm), Ferrule : 01.50" (03.80 cm), Handle : 05.04" (12.80 cm)
/ UPC: 812158021277
Favorite blender brush??
This has become my favorite eye blending brush. For the size of it, its very precise.
Perfectly sized crease brush!
This is a great brush, and I plan to pick up several more so that I can have one on rotation when others are dirty or drying after a wash. This is small enough and pinched at the ferrule in a way to make it better for detailed crease work. I have hooded lids so most of what I do with a standard crease brush ends up covering most of my upper lid almost to my brow bone. This brush allows me to wedge color in the crease and keep it there. Very soft bristles (I am cruelty-free and only use synthetic brushes), super easy to clean, and well made. Very happy with my purchase.
In love with this brushes
I can honestly say I do not have another brush that's like this. I love it. I would describe it as a detailed blender crease brush. What I mean by that is it's a bit more precise of a brush/blend compared to your standard blending blush. I use this if I want to blend out a crease without it getting to muddled or "blown" out. The bristles are soft but do have a nice amount of stiffness (it's not too flimsy) that enables it to actually blend instead of just flopping around and not moving/blending product.
Okay but Not Fluffy
I wanted an inexpensive crease/blending brush to use for every day, so I can save my higher-end brushes for special occasions. This one is soft and works, but it lacks the abundant "fluffiness" that I prefer in this type of brush. I did find that is helps to hold this brush perpendicular to a hard surface and press down, "smashing" the brush fibers and spreading them out, so that they're not so compact. Once loosening up, this brush works for applying shadows lightly to creases or browbones, but it's not the best for blending. I'll look for another brush to do that job.