My favourite makeup brushes 🖌️



Morphe M511 – Large Round Blender Brush masterfully blends makeup onto the eyes, ensuring that there are no creases or smears. Buff away all impurities and imperfections seamlessly with M511 Large Round Blender Brush.

Morphe M441 –  Tapered crease brush has just the right amount of fullness and firmness to achieve perfect blending and seamless transitions between colours.

Morphe M433 – Tapered crease brush with a pinched ferrule that gives it the versatility either to be used on the flat side for shading or to use the fullness of the tip for seamless blending

Morphe M518 – This slender, tapered crease brush places crease colour just where you want it without muddiness or over-blending for looks involving multiple colours. It’s also the perfect size for small and hooded eyes.

Morphe E18 – This shorter, bullet tipped crease brush will give you a stronger, more defined crease colour and is an excellent tool for cut crease looks. Also great for stamping colour into the outer third of the eye

ZOOEVA 238 – With a compact brush head and densely packed bristles it ensures application is spot on, allowing you to easily define the contours of the lids without risking any splotches or smudges. It’s also good for adding a tiny dab of shimmer in the inner corners of the eye

MAC 239 – The 239 is best for packing and patting on eyeshadow to the lid, though the rounded edge works well to distribute colour into the crease and along the lower lash line (if you want a more blown out look).

MAC 242 – A flat, slightly rounded at the tip, brush made out of firm fibres. This is one of my favourite brushes when using creamy products like paint pots, concealer. Even though I like it best for creamy products, it can be used with powder products like eyeshadow. It is particularly good at packing on colour when you want a more intense look or have a finnicky shadow that just won’t go on right.

MAC 208 –  It’s designed to be used to define, line, or fill with a high degree of precision. The fibre blend allows for application using an assortment of product textures, from powders to creams. I personally love this thin angled brush more for lining the upper lash line, particularly when it comes to using gel eye liner. I actually liked this brush so much, I have two!

SIGMA E39 – A densely-packed eyeshadow brush that buffs powder based products into the lid and crease. Designed to offer a soft focused finish, the  Brush eradicates harsh lines for a seamlessly blended finish



Morphe M501 – Pro Pointed Blender Brush flawlessly blends makeup into the hard-to-reach areas of the face, ensuring that a perfect complexion is achievable. I use this for precision highlighting.

MAC 217 – Ultra soft, just a touch fluffy, but very dense, this brush does a great job of blending harsh lines of colour into soft, fading gradients. It can also be used to apply creamier, more emollient products, because of its density.


SIGMA F84 – An angled brush head with very soft and dense fibres. This brush provides a flawless, high definition finish when used with cream blush or bronzer on cheekbones without any absorption of product.

MAC 168 – For expert application of cheek contour or blush. This large angled brush features fibres that form a buffed edge and are soft and firmly bundled.

MAC 109 – Use on the face to apply, blend or contour powder products. The softly rounded dome tip delivers just enough colour and smoothly blends colour into the face. I also love this brush to set my under eyes.

Tom Ford Bronzer Brush –  This brush makes makeup application completely effortless. It disperses powder evenly all over the face with this luxuriously soft and smooth brush made with natural hair. It picks up the optimal amount of product to achieve gorgeous and radiant skin. It can also be used as an all-over-face blending tool to smooth lines and create a seamless look after makeup is applied.

Morphe M439 – This full, domed brush has the density to apply foundation evenly and flawlessly. It will provide a full coverage base.





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