The perfect combination of brushes and lashes to create a stunning eye look.
R29 This tapered blending brush applies and blends eyeshadow seamlessly. The tapered tip makes it easy to get right into the crease to create definition yet fluffy enough to softly diffuse eyeshadows. Made from highest grade goat hair.
R22 An essential in any make up bag. This brush lays product onto the lid perfectly, reducing fall out. Made from the highest quality hair it's exceptionally soft.
R23 Made with the highest quality hair this ultra soft brush is perfect for use on the upper and lower lid. Use for smudging, adding intensity to your smokey eye and blending out shadows and liners. It will be a must have for every smokey eye.
R25 This angled brush is perfect for filling in the brows. Use to create full defined brows or to draw fine hair strokes to give a more natural brow look. It's also a must have for liner application! Who doesn't love a multi purpose brush.
R27 This small soft detail brush has so many uses. Defining the crease, smudging liners, adding depth to the inner and outer corner of the eye, applying pigments and glitters as well as adhesives for holding glitters and pigments in place. The small size allows for precision application.
Made from the highest quality hair. The Rebel Collection Lash Trio A collection a three reusable silk lashes. Three fabulous new styles Rebel, Riot and Havoc.
Great for make up artists.
Keep It Clean To ensure a long life for your brushes it's essential to keep them clean.
A daily make up cleaning spray will help prevent product build up in the bristles but it is still essential to deep clean your brushes regularly. Deep cleaning your brushes with a brush soap/shampoo will remove trapped dirt and make up from the brush hairs, help keep the hairs soft and extend the life of the brush.
Take care when washing brushes as water damage is the number one cause of damage to bristles/brush heads or handles coming loose. It's also important to never steep your brushes in water as this will loosen the glue holding the bristles in place.
Never leave a brush to dry on a radiator or warm surface as this can cause the glue to loosen and the brush to come apart.