Last year everyone was obsessing over Real Techniques brushes, however Zoeva have definitely become the most talked/blogged about brand with their luxurious yet affordable brushes and I myself am a massive fan and genuinely believe that their brushes are considerably better quality than Real Techniques which is a pretty bold statement seeing as I own every Real Techniques brush. I buy all of my Zoeva brushes from Cult Beauty as they offer quick UK delivery, and I couldn’t wait to try the Zoeva 110 Face Shape Brush as it looked perfect for contouring.
The Zoeva 110 Face Shape Brush is just £10.99 and is described as being a compact face brush for precise and detailed contouring. The brush has synthetic Taklon bristles which are silky smooth, and as they’re made from Taklon, they don’t absorb excess product like natural bristles do so they’re easier to clean.
The Face Shape Brush has relatively short bristles, which are densely packed into a rounded dome shape which is ideal for fitting within the hollows of the cheeks. The bristles are very dense, but they’re fluffy enough that you could use the brush to both apply and blend your contour if you used a light
Zoeva 110 Face Shape Brush Review
When it comes to contouring, I’m not particularly skilled but this brush is seriously fool proof.. you can’t go wrong as it’s so compact and rounded. The domed bristles glide across the skin to fit within the hollows of the cheeks comfortably, or for contouring your other areas such as the chin and forehead.
The Taklon bristles can be used to apply powder, cream or liquid products and I personally love to use this brush with my NYX Taupe Blush
. This brush really is amazing, and it makes contouring so easy and effortless making it an absolute essential for everyone that loves to contour, or would love to learn – I can’t believe it’s only £11…
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