Recently I have purchased quite a few more makeup brushes, the majority of which were Eco- Tools. My first impressions of these brushes are great ones. So far, I have got two sets of brushes, the first being the 'Mini Essentials Brush Kit' and the other being the 'Bamboo 6 Piece Eye Brush Set'. I have already muddled up the brushes as I contain them in a light pink glass pot from Ikea, however when I purchased these brush sets they came with a mini travel bag which I thought was cute!
Unfortunately I left out the big powder brush which is why you can only see 7 brushes in the photo!!
In the picture above, I have the slightly smaller brushes of them all. From left to right there is an eye shading brush, a highlighting brush, a petite eye shading brush and an angled brush. I use these brushes when applying one single colour to my lid as I find they are small enough to get the exact colours onto the exact placement of my lid.
Now, in this picture above I have the main two brushes I use when applying eye shadow. The one to the furthest left is the large eye brush which I use as my main blending brush. I love how this is large enough to cover nearly the whole of my lid which enables me to blend and soften hard eye shadows. In the middle is the angled crease brush. I use this to blend in slightly darker eye shadows in my crease and outer eye area to give more definition to my eyes. Finally, (hiding behind the angled crease brush) I have my angled liner brush. I find this is great to blend out my pencil eyeliner as it gives a smoky and less defined, eye look.
Overall, I love the Eco Tools eye makeup brushes. Unfortunately I don't have anything to compare them too as they are the only full set of eye brushes I own, but I am very pleased with the application they provide and I hope to purchase even more!
Where to buy:
Mini Essentials Brush kit- http://www.boots.com/en/EcoTools-Mini-Essentials-Brush-Set_1435670/
6 Piece Eye Brush set- http://www.boots.com/en/EcoTools-Bamboo-6-Piece-Eye-Brush-Set_1211196/