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From Left: Inglot 4SS Brush ~ Sonia Kashuk Small Multi Purpose Powder Brush ~ Edward Bess Luxury Eye Brush ~ Nars #13 Large Dome Eye Brush ~ Sonia Kashuk Large Crease Brush ~ Nars #12 Small Dome Eye Brush ~ Nars #14 Eye Contour Brush
Nars #13 Large Dome Eye Brush $33 - The bristles are made from 80% pen super goat hair and 20% pony hair. It does not blend out dark harsh lines as easily as my Sonia Kashuk Large Crease brush, but it is ideal for highlighting the bridge of the nose, cupid`s bow and chin. It can also be used to apply setting powder under the eye & around the small crevices of the nose if you prefer more precision and control. It`s too big for me to use as a crease brush; however, those who have a big eye area will not find it to be a problem. (It measures 7 inches in total length.)
Nars #12 Small Dome Eye Brush $27 - The bristles are made from pen super goat. It is thinner, shorter and smaller in general compared to the #13 brush. The #12 brush is ideal for crease work, defining the outer v, blending product on the lower lash line, and adding color to the inner tear duct. I love using this brush to add my transition/blending color right above my crease area because it places the color where I want it to and it offers great precision. Usually, people add the transition/blending color on the entire crease area and right above it and then they`ll add the crease color; however, I find that method wastes product. I prefer to add my crease color first and then I`ll add the transition/blending color right above the crease area. The #12 brush is the perfect tool for that type of application because it fits perfectly right above my crease area and it deposits the right amount of product. (It measures 7 inches in total length.) Check out this
http://www.makeupbyjoyce.com/2012/04/review-comparison-nars-large-dome-eye.html to find out how they compare to my other brushes and for more pictures. mac