Sephora Pro Angled Blush Brush (#49) & Pro Fan Brush (#65) Reviews & Photos

Sephora Pro Angled Blush Brush (#49) ($32.00) is medium-large, rounded, angled brush. Sephora calls it a blush brush, but it could just easily apply bronzer, contouring colors, and so on. The brush head is 34mm in length, 35mm in width (at its widest point), and 20mm in thickness. It has a lightly pinched, metal ferrule and a total brush length of 8.25 inches or 21 centimeters. It works well for applying blush, bronzer, and contouring powders, which were the most frequent ways I used it. If you tend to apply your blush a bit lower and less on the apples, it’s quite nice to fit just along the cheek bone and then feathering the blush upwards over the bone (towards the apples). It also fits nicely into the hollows of the cheek, along the jaw line, and around the edges of the face for contouring. If you have a smaller face, it may be too thick, though.

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Sephora Pro Angled Blush Brush (#49)
Sephora   #49 Pro Angled Blush Brush
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Make Up For Ever #218 Medium Blender & #242 Large Blender Brushes Reviews & Photos

Make Up For Ever #218 Medium Blender Brush ($25.00) is described as a “medium, rounded brush.” It’s a rounded, stubby brush with a softly rounded edge; it reminded me of a larger pencil brush. The brush head is 11mm in length, 6mm in width, and 6mm in thickness. It had a round, open metal ferrule and a total brush length of just over 6.5 inches or 16.5 centimeters.

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Make Up For Ever #242 Large Blender Brush Brush
Make Up For Ever   #218 Medium Blender Brush
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Make Up For Ever #214 Small Precision Crease & #232 Precision Crease Brushes Reviews & Photos

Make Up For Ever #214 Small Precision Crease Brush ($25.00) is described as a “firm, but flexible brush … [for] the crease of the eye.” It’s a long, narrow, and pointed crease brush made out of synthetic fibers. The brush head is 15mm in length, 4mm in width, and 4mm in thickness. It had a round, open metal ferrule and a total brush length of just under 6.75 inches or almost 17 centimeters.

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Make Up For Ever #214 Small Precision Crease Brush
Make Up For Ever   #214 Small Precision Crease Brush
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Make Up For Ever #208 Small Precision Shader & #220 Small Shader Brushes Reviews & Photos

Make Up For Ever #208 Small Precision Shader Brush ($22.00) is described as a “small paddle brush ideal for shading.” It’s a small, dome-shaped flat brush. I noticed the edge was visibly uneven at a glance, not just in some crazy magnified macro photo. It’s thin, flat, and very springy. There’s a lot of give and flex to the bristles. It was so-so for applying powder eyeshadow, but I felt like it wasn’t picking up enough product, though it worked well for applying cream eyeshadow to the inner third of the lid as it fit well into that area. The brush head is 5mm in length, 7mm in width, and 2mm in thickness. It has a pinched, metal ferrule and a total brush length of just over 6.25 inches or 16 centimeters.

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Make Up For Ever #208 Small Precision Shader Brush
Make Up For Ever   #208 Small Precision Shader Brush
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Hakuhodo G5513 Eyeshadow & J162 Angled Eyebrow Brushes

Hakuhodo G5513 Eyeshadow Brush ($16.00) is a small, flatter eyeshadow brush with domed edge. It is made using horse hair. The brush head is 6mm in length, 7mm in width, and 2mm in thickness. It has a pinched, silver metal ferrule with a total brush length of 5.75 inches or 14.5 centimeters. This type of brush shape and size is good for smaller, more precise work on the lid or underneath the eye. If you have less lid space, it can be useful for applying eyeshadow to the inner area of the lid, inner corner, and so on. It’s also nice for patting on eyeshadow underneath the lash line. In a pinch, it could be used to apply eyeliner, but it’s a bit longer and not as firm/stiff, so it wouldn’t be my go-to for that purpose.

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Hakuhodo G5513 Eyeshadow Brush
Hakuhodo   G5513 Eyeshadow Brush
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Tom Ford Eyeshadow (11), Eyeshadow Blend (13), and Eyeliner & Definer (15) Brushes

This post wraps up all of the Tom Ford Brushes I’ve tested for the past several months. Generally, they’re well-made, high quality tools that likely won’t disappoint you–except if you already have high-end, well-loved tools. The handles are exceptionally well balanced and nice to hold, while the brushes are soft, durable, and easy to wash. I worried that the white bristles would really stain over time, but they’ve held up quite nicely since I’ve been using them. I can’t weigh on the Eyeshadow Contour, Shadow/Concealer, Foundation, Smokey Eye, Shade & Illuminate, or Lip Brush, as I don’t have those. My favorites have been Tom Ford’s Cheek, Cream Foundation, and Eyeshadow Blend Brushes.

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Tom Ford Eyeshadow (11) Brush
Tom Ford Beauty   Eyeshadow (11) Brush
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