KJH 25 Piece Brush Set
100% synthetic taklon bristles
Pale gold copper material ferrules
Glossy Olive green FSC wood handles
Brush 01 – The biggest brush in the collection, I was hesitant at first to have a brush this large in the kit, but a lot of people like a brush this big and I've been loving using it for bronzer. You can really place the bronzer deep into the hairline, forehead as well as the cheekbones and under the jaw.
Brush 02 – Really good, simple and straightforward blush brush that can be used for any powder and cream products, as can all of the brushes. Really soft and a little bit more dense to Brush 03 which is of a similar shape.
Brush 03 – Beautiful duo-fibre cheek brush that can also be used for foundation or placing contour. I love this brush because it's really soft and delicate and will work beautifully with creams and powders.
Brush 04 – Another lovely duo-fibre brush, which I really love as it gives a different application to single fibre brushes. Typically duo-fibre work beautifully for creams and non duo-fibres for powders, but again, there are really no rules.
Brush 05 – A really good angled brush, great for shading and great for blush if you want a really soft impression. Also great for powder for the tapered point, I wanted a tapered brush with a pinched ferrule so it just felt a bit more precise.
Brush 06 – A typical foundation brush however it works beautifully for powder placement. Really pressing on the powder helps to make sure you won't overdo it and allows you to easily shape things up, like eyeliner or a contour using powder.
Brush 07 – A really versatile large, smudgy and wide type of pencil brush. Great for around the entire lash line, for blurring the lip edge and placing concealer in large spaces.
Brush 08 – A brush so amazing we gave you two in the set! You can use it for highlighter, bit of contour, concealer, powder, it’s amazing.
Brush 09 – We went back and forth a few times when developing this brush as I wanted it quite long across the width, so you could clean up big eyeliner in one sweep. This brush is really unique because you can put it in the water line with a cream liner or you can clean up any kind of make-up mistakes around the lip or eyeline.
Brush 10 – A great 'everything blender'. Easily get around the nose and eyes, you can blend your eyeshadow, use it for concealer, blend in lipsticks, and prime the eyes with it. I just love the rounded, very full shape, it's a smaller version of the favourite number 08.
Brush 11 – Probably my favourite eyeshadow blending brush, I love this for concealer as well as eyeshadow. Perfect for cream eyeshadow and powder eyeshadow, it's just the perfect shape and size.
Brush 12 – Really nice small pinched ferrule detailing brush, great for lash line detail, or a blurry lip, ideal for all the smaller details.
Brush 13 – A slightly longer version of a pencil brush to give you more traction with a little bit of movement in the bristles. Most pencil brushes are dense so this one is longer to allow you to blend and place densely at the same time
Brush 14 - I wanted a brush that felt pointy but flat so you could do a lot of detailing with it, this is Brush 14. I like this because it's pointy you can create a lovely cupids bow if you want for your lip or you can get right into the inner corner of your eye with cream eyeshadow.
Brush 15 – One of my favourites, I love using this wet packing on a metallic eyeshadow or around the lash line, or even for concealer or a lip colour.
Brush 16 - I wanted a brush that was like a flat lip brush but could be a flat concealer brush, or even a flat top brush to go inside of the water line. Number 16 is a really long brush that allows for you to really draw on the lip colour you might be wearing perfectly, as well as painting on any kind of eyeshadow cream textures and formulas.
Brush 17 – A really great small delicate petite blender, brushes like this are few and far between, I like this because it is one of those necessary ones for really small details or even smaller eyelids.
Brush 20 – A really great flat concealer brush or eyeshadow cream brush.
Brush 21 – A dream cut crease brush, to draw in under brow details or you can even feather brow products with a brush like this because its pointy enough and small enough but not too dense where it can create lines and stripes.
Brush 22 – Iconic eyeliner brush, great for a bold wing, dense enough to apply a decent amount of product but pointy enough for precision as well. I love using these brushes with a wet eyeshadow or using a makeup setting spray and eyeshadow.
Brush 23 - I really wanted to create an eyebrow brush with a really nice eyebrow liner brush at the end that could actually double as an eyeliner brush for eyes. Definitely store this brush spoolie-side down to keep the bristles on the brush side nice and defined. Use this with a cream eyebrow paste, pinch the bristles to create a hairlike stroke.
Brush 24 – Inspired by nail art brushes, I've made tweaks to my favourite makeup brushes to make them a bit more like art brushes. This brush is a really long, thin liner brush, great for doing longer thinner lines with precision.
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