- Ultra soft, all natural hair precisely applies and smudges powder or cream formulas
- Two-in-one tool with a slanted eyeliner brush and smudge dome, to help create a makeup artist smoldering-eye look
- Plush, domed shape design
Revlon Double Ended Eye Brush
I am in no way affiliated with Revlon and this product was purchased with my own hard earned money. This brush is just one of many of the Revlon premium collection. This purchase is rare and completes my set. I could’nt even find this brush on the Revlon site because it was’nt available. These brushes are super soft and they get the job done. They are small enoff to put it im purse and I dont have to worry about breaking or damaging my MAC brushes. These are nice brushes but not nicer than the MAC brush. I love this collection and I have no regrets about my purchase. Great buy!
Fell apart fast
I was looking forward to this brush but it fell apart very quickly and is no longer used after 3 months
Does the job
There’s not much to say for this product other than it does the job it is intended to do pretty well. I like the look the shadow liner gives vs. gel or liquid. This brush applies it perfectly.
Great for Powdered Eyeshadow
If you are using powdered eyeshadow, then this truly is the eye brush for you. It gives you real flexibility in creating the look you want! Be aware that this product is NOT intended, and cannot be used, for the new gel eyeshadows.
Perfect for using shadow as liner
I bought this brush to use when doing a friend’s wedding makeup. She wanted to use eyeshadow as liner for a soft, smokey look. It worked so well, I kept it for myself! The brush allows you to perfectly control how much shadow you apply and how thin or thick you want the line to be. Tip: When using the angled end for placing shadow on the lash line, touch it to a wet washcloth first, then put the shadow on the brush. This makes the shadow stick, gives you a more precise line, and keeps your shadow from falling through your lashes into your eyes.The other rounded end is supposed to be for smudging shadow for an even more smokey look, but I use it for putting shadow in the crease or the outside corner of my eyes. I’ve always had trouble with regular shadow brushes because the color would get on my upper lids instead of just in the crease. This brush fixed that problem. I’m so glad I found this brush.