Even smaller than I thought…
I read the reviews so can’t say I wasn’t warned. These are just under two inches long. The bristles aren’t very fluffy so I don’t use them for eyeshadow as I originally intended. They would serve as concealer/lip brushes but I don’t generally use brushes for that. Since they are so tiny, I intend to just use them when travelling. The bristles are soft and don’t seem to shed.
Great little brushes……
Great little brushes……EcoTools Bamboo 6 Mini Brushes 1223…good price…bought two sets…they make great Christmas stocking stuffers….I would buy them again.
Small and efficient
These are super soft and work fabulously for small application areas. They are listed as to be used for eye liner, but they have a wider tip than needed for eyeliner. They do work good for the smaller application areas though and they do get a fairly detailed line going.
they are so little and so adorable yet…so far I have not been able to really use them much. Now, don’t think they are totally useless. I am sure I will use them someday, but I already had a nice brushes set, so this is just an addition to that. They seem very well made though. Actually, all my eco brushes are good quality. The foundation brush is pretty amazing.
Replace those “sponge” applicators
Don’t you just hate it when the applicator that comes with your eyeshadow disintegrates into a powdery mess before you finish the eyeshadow. These little brushes are the perfect size to just slip into the case in place of the original applicator. Sure, you don’t get as heavy an application with a brush vs a sponge; but more color is not always better; brushes are better for that well-blended look anyway.
I thought they would be bigger for some reason. They were just too small for me and my eyes. Good for little girls or one time use.
Great mini brushes
These are great brushes for eye shadow, and smoothing out your makeup. Different size brushes for different brushing around the eye.
Amazing but they are tiny
I didn’t get to the reviews where they said it was small & maybe that was on my fault 🙂 but about the product: IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR GREAT CONCEALER AND UNDER THE EYE BRUSHES these small guys are definitely worth it! I didn’t expect small but I use them anyways for traveling! BRUSH QUALITY: Absolutely AMAZINGLY SOFT! n don’t shed! (:
Awesome little brushes
The minis are soft, yet densely bristled, and they’ll fit just about anywhere. The size is just like a typical eyeshadow sponge. For storage and travel I kept the plastic slotted case from the package bc it keeps them separate and protects the bristles. I bought these just hoping they’d work for concealer in small areas, but I’m pleasantly surprised to find they have lots of uses. They do work very well for concealer, as well as eyeshadow, brow powder or cream, and lipstick. Plus it’s great there are 6 in the pack so you don’t have to mix make-up on them between cleanings. And, just like all my Ecotools brushes, these have held their shape through use and cleaning, and do not shed at all.
THE BRUSHES ARE SO TINY AND CUTE AND THE BRISTLES ARE VERY SOFT. I AM SO EXCITED TO TRY THEM OUT IN A VARIETY OF LOOKS. BEING SMALL IT ALLOWS YOU BE PRECISE. THIS IS A NIFTY IDEA FOR BRUSHES AND A GREAT BUY.
The softest brushes ever!
These brushes really are the softest brushest ever, and the makeup goes on so smoothly. And they are priced so much better than many of the competitors. I can’t imagine buying another brand after trying these. I really love them.
these are perfect for fitting into smaller eyeshadow bottles just the right size. they work great on the nyx loose powder shadows
Tiny and versatile–but not great for blending eyeshadows.
I love the idea of these brushes–that is, an alternative to those awful sponge tip applicators. However, as they are designed to be multi-purpose (for eyes, lips, and face), the bristles flat and not at all fluffy; these would work best for lip gloss, concealer, or any eyeshadow that doesn’t require much blending (e.g. highlighter). They’re roughly the size of those mini sponge applicators (which these are essentially replacing).HOWEVER, these are terrible for blending. That sort-of defeats the purpose of using a brush over a sponge applicator. It’s difficult to get any pigmentation on the brushes, unless you’re working with loose pigments (like mineral shadows). If you want nicely blended eyeshadow, I would stick to sponge applicators over these stiff flat bristles.