I always use makeup brushes while applying makeup as it is so much easier and gives a well-settled and clean look to it. Today I will tell you why Angel Brush is awesome and why Colorbar Brushes are Great.
Basic info of Colorbar Angled Angel Eye Defining Brush
How to use:
- For eyeshadow: Blend with short, swift strokes.
- For eyeliner: Place brush along lower and/or upper lash line then draw a line.
- For brow filling: Use light, feathery strokes and follow the natural arch to fill in.
- Gently clean the brush by washing with mild shampoo and cold water, rinse and leave to air-dry.
My experience with Colorbar Angled Angel Eye Defining Brush
The Colorbar Angular brush is a multipurpose brush, which can be used as an eyeshadow brush, eyeliner brush, and an eyebrow brush. It is a flat slanted angular brush and I use it mostly for my eyebrows for the arch. It gives really good shape on my eyebrows because of the shape of the brush and to fill in spaces that are created with uneven growth.
I have not really applied eyeliner with this as I use a very thin brush to do that but this can be used to create a good thick eyeliner look or the winged eyeliner. But yes I do my eyeshadow with it to create the pointed angle on the end of the eyelids. I also do my nose contouring with it.
The bristles are short and slanted. But they are not very dense to pick up a lot of product, which is good for no screw-ups. They are orange in color. It has a white plastic handle to hold the brush. I keep cleaning it from time to time for hygiene. The bristles are well intact even after so many washes, which is good.
- Flat bristles
- Slant shaped
- Multiple uses
- Well intact bristles
- Available easily
- None as per me
Would I recommend?
This angular brush is a must buy if looking around for a good brush which is a good makeup investment.
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