|Invogue Brush Works Powder Brush and Eye Duo Brush|
I love a good synthetic brush. If well-crafted, they are ultrasoft, nonscratchy and function well. They tend to be perfect for both powder but especially cream products and the synthetic bristles make it easier to wash off than natural ones. These brushes from Invogue Brush Works are just that. Good quality synthetic brushes made of Taklon bristles. These are vegan friendly and allergy free.
|Invogue Brush Works Eye Duo Brush|
Invogue Brush Works Eye Duo Brush. This brush has two flat ends. One is a large-ish eyeshadow brush that's also perfect to apply both powder and cream eyeshadows. I have a strong suspicion this might be a good one to apply undereye concealer with. Compared to the Real Techniques base shadow brush, it is wider, less packed with firmer bristles. The other end of this brush is an angled brush perfect for eyeliner or eyebrow powder application. The bristles are reasonably stiff enabling good control of product placement.
The only thing I don't like about these dual ended brushes are they are that - dual ended. I find this tricky to store. I can't shove it in a brush holder like the rest of my brushes, rather this needs lying on its side to preserve both brush ends. No biggie though, I can live with that.
|Invogue Brush Works Powder Brush|
Invogue Brush Works Powder Brush. This brush has super duper soft duo-fibre bristles. I can't stop brushing it on my arm. It is excellent for a light application of powder.
Compared to the Real Techniques Large Powder Brush, this brush is smaller and the bristles are less packed and less firm. I feel its too large for blush and highlighter, but definitely a good size for all over powder and bronzer application. Love it.
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