Zoeva Cosmetics eye brush set Review (Part 2 of 2)

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Hi fashionsistas!

This week I filmed part two of my Zoeva brush set review. In this video I go through all the eye brushes in the Makeup Artist Zoe Bag Brush Set. Last week I went through all the face brushes from the set, you can watch the face brushes review here.

Watch below to hear my thoughts on Zoeva Brushes for eyes

Do you use any Zoeva cosmetics or brushes? Leave a comment below and share your thoughts.

And remember, you don’t need to be a model to look like you’ve stepped off the runway – you just need a killer wardrobe and some lipstick!

Big love,
xox Marina

Can’t watch this video right now? Here are all the Zoeva Brushes for eyes that I talked about in the video xox

322 Brow Line Brush

The number one brush I use the most! This is probably one of the best brow line brushes I've ever come across it’s great because it can be used with either liquid or powder, I prefer powder for filling in my eyebrows. It’s very thin and very precise so you can very neatly and slowly define your eyebrows with it. Since I have been using this, I haven't had to go back in and clean around my eyebrows with concealer once so I think it's a really great eyebrow brush.

233 Cream Shader Brush

This is a really good brush if you love cream eye shadows. I prefer powder eye shadows but I sometimes prime my eyes with a cream eye shadow. I have been using it just to apply primer to my eyes so it's really good for doing that so you don’t have to use your fingers. When I apply primer with my fingers I find that moves around quite a but with this brush it applies the cream primer nice and evenly.

222 Luxe All Over Shader

This is a really good all-rounder brush. You can use it all over your eyelids, you can use it to highlight on your brow bone, to place product at inner corner and the outer corner of your eyes. It is great for placing product on your eye. I really won’t blend with it because it doesn’t really do much for blending. It's great for just getting product on your eyelids, so any powder products is really good for.

227 Luxe Soft Definer Brush

If you don't like defining your crease too much and you just like to have a really soft shadow through your crease then this is a good brush for you. I've been using a lot with really light eye shadows. I’m not using it to build up any colour in my crease, I’m just applying a couple of strokes through my crease usually at the inner corner as well.

If you want to do a darker outer corner transition to a lighter shade at the inner corner. I would use this brush to place the lighter colour and blend it out with another clean brush.

221 Luxe Soft Crease Brush and 228 Crease Brush

Now they do the exact same thing but what’s the difference?

The 221 Luxe Soft Crease Brush blends a little more softly because the bristles are tapered in shape and are flared out.

The 228 Crease Brush is also tapered in shape but has pointed tip so you get a stronger definition.

They both work really well and you can use them for the same thing so if you were blending with one brush and you wanted to blend with completely different shade that was darker or lighter you would it find it handy to have two tapered brushes.

231 Luxe Petit Crease Brush

This is really good for getting a really sharp definition in outer corner of your crease and I've been using this a lot when I'm going for more striking look. It’s so precise and it just applies so beautifully as well because it’s so small, it really get into the crease of your eye, so if you really love carving out your eye through your crease this is definitely something what you’ll need!

223 Petit Eye Blender Brush

This is really good if you want to blend different colours together. If you've got some colours in your crease and you've popped only two different brushes and you want it softly blend the transitions for a nice gradient into the next colour this is a really good brush for that.

234 Luxe Smoky Shader Brush

This is really good for creating a smoky eye. You can apply black close to your lash line and then work with just the brush blending it so it creates a really lovely smoky effect. If you're not good at creating smoky eye, this brush does the job for you!

226 Smudger Brush

I use this mainly to place shades along my lower lash line and then just smudge it out and I sometimes also also go back in with a petite eye blender to smoke it out a little bit more.

312 Detail Liner Brush and 317 Winged Liner Brush

The detail liner is for applying liner in really tight areas. It’s so small and allows you to precisely place liquid liner at the inner corner of your eye, along your top lash line and also along your lower lash line for a double wing. The winged liner brush is cut super sharp and the length is perfect for creating a crisp wing, I don’t even need to tidy up my wing with makeup remover when I use this brush– it’s THAT precise!

237 Detail Shader Brush

This is a really nifty brush to have but I don’t think it’s essential because there are other brushes that do this. I like using this on the inner corner of my eye because it's such a small type brush that you can really place product exactly where you want and then blend it out softly as well if you need to.