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Picture from Left to Right: Inglot 4SS Brush $22 Sonia Kashuk Small Multipurpose Powder Brush $10.79 Studio Gear #34 Crease Brush $23 Inglot 6SS Brush $19 Burberry No.9 Socket Line Brush $38
Bottom Line: I find that the Inglot 4SS and the Sonia Kashuk Small Multipurpose Powder brush work the best out of the bunch because of their size and density. The Studio Gear, Inglot 6SS and Burberry brush are flimsier and the bristles are not as full. If you are in the market for a brush to highlight your face and to apply setting powder under your eye area and around the cervices of your nose, then the Inglot 4SS is your best tool because it is the perfect size and density. If you have a big eye shape and you`re looking for an eyeshadow brush to blend out light colors and for crease work, then the Sonia Kashuk brush is the best option out of the bunch because it offers the most control. Those with a smaller eye shape would find smaller brushes, such as the Japonesque Pro Crease brush & Ulta Tapered Crease brush, to be more appropriate for crease work. Keep in mind, none of these brushes will get the job done if you are looking for an eyeshadow brush to blend out dark harsh lines because they are all just too flimsy. For this purpose, I highly recommend the Sonia Kashuk Large Crease brush, which costs $5.99. (It blends out all harsh lines and dark pigmented eyeshadows effortlessly because the bristles are dense and firm.)
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