This 7 piece brush kit comes with a pair of tweezers, a “Pro Powder” brush, a “Tapered Blush” brush, a “Deluxe Contour” brush, a “Chisel Shadow” brush, a “Crease Blender” brush, and a “Detail Liner”. These all come inside a shiny leather case with a large mirror inside.
I didn’t really use the tweezers, but they seemed like a nice size, and were easy to grip.
The powder brush is very floppy and fluffy. I tried to use this for powder, but found I prefer a stiffer kabuki. However, I did enjoy using this to lightly contour my cheekbones and the outer edge of my face.
The blush brush is on the small side, I prefer using a Laura Mercier brush for blush, but this worked well to highlight the tops of my cheekbones.
The deluxe contour brush is nice and dense, but is too small and dense for actual contouring. It works awesome for blending heavy eyeshadow quickly.
The next two brushes are my favorites, and these are the chiseled shadow and blending brushes. These apply all eyeshadows perfectly, even those that are usually kind of patchy. I am in love!!!!
Finally, the detail liner brush is perfect for those days when I don’t want to deal with eyeliner. I just use a dark eyeshadow, and work it into my lash line.
This set retails for $27 here and I would definitely recommend picking it up if you’re in need of a good set of brushes!
I received this product in exchange for a review, but all opinions are, as always, my own.