Zoeva Face & Eye Brushes // REVIEW

Today I'm bringing you another review of the Zoeva brushes!

Recently there was 20% off of my local highend make-up store and so I decided to get me some more Zoeva brushes because there have been a few more on my list that I wanted to try out so I thought this is the perfect chance for me to get a few more.

I got one face brush and three more eye brushes since we all know I don't have a lot of those.

So the firs two brushes I got are the #105 Luxe Highlight brush which is, as the name would suggest, a brush for your highlighter. Since it is quite tapered is is perfect for applying highlighter to your cheekbones. It is very soft but I find that when I use it with my Mary-Lou Manizer highlight it either gets way too much product on and when I tap it off it basically loses all the product again. I find that it did get better over time like I used it for probably a week now so I kind of found out how to get the right amount of product on the brush. I basically try to tap it off just very carefully or I blow on the brush the tiniest bit and then it works perfectly fine.

The second brush I got is the #221 Luxe Soft Crease bush which is for your crease, obviously. So you can either use it to blend your eyeshadow or you can use it to define your crease a little further since it is a very thin brush. I do like it a lot though and as all the Zoeva brushes it is super soft as well.

The next brush I got is the #225 Eye Blender which kind of reminds me of those smudger brushes for your lower lashline. It's a bit stiffer than the #221 and a lot more precise. I'm not quite sure if it perfect for blending your eyeshadow, I feel like it would be much better for blending your lower lashline as I said or to define your crease a bit more or pack on some eyeshadow on your outer V. I do still like the brush, even though I haven't tried it yet but I didn't have anything like it in my collection.

The last one I got was the #232 Classic Shader which as I said in my last Zoeva review, I do not own any shader brushes whatsoever, I used to have many from the drugstore but they'd always lose their hairs and just not work properly. Last time I got the Luxe Classic Shader which also has #232 but with white hairs. Since I really like that brush, it packs on eyeshadow so nicely, I decided to go for the normal shader this time to try out, plus you can never have enough shader brushes if you're lazy like me and hate cleaning your eye brushes!

Hopefully this gave you a little inside view of Zoeva's brushes in case you wanted to try them out but didn't know what they really looked like :)

- Julia

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