Zoeva makeup brushes review part 1 of 2: face brushes

Zoeva makeup brushes review

Hi Fashionsistas!

I recently got some Zoeva Makeup Brushes, I’ve been trying them out for a couple of weeks and I love them! I’ve got the full makeup artist brush set, which is a set of 25 brushes - more than a girl needs! Today I filmed a review video about the face brushes that came in the set, I’ll do the eye brushes separately as it would be a 30 minute video if I reviewed the entire bush set. 

Watch below to hear my Zoeva Brushes Review

I hope you loved this video! Do you use Zoeva Makeup 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

PS – If you can’t watch this video right now, here is my written review xox

Zoeva 125 Stippling Brush

Use: applying and blending foundation for a light to medium coverage with an airbrush finish

What I think: This one is my favourite brush in the set - it blends foundation flawlessly! I don’t use it with heavy foundations as it takes to long to blend in, it works best with lightweight foundations (I love using it with the L’Oreal Nude Magique Foundation)

Zoeva 103 Defined Buffer Brush

Use: applying and blending foundation for medium to heavy coverage

What I think: This brush is great, as it’s angled it helps get in those hard to reach areas. I use this brush mostly when I am doing my makeup for a photo shoot with a heavy coverage foundation (it works great with MAC Studio Sculpt).

142 Concealer Buffer Brush

Use: applying concealer

What I think: One of the best concealer brushes I’ve used so far, it buffs out concealer very naturally and you can also build up coverage over red areas by patting the brush onto your skin.

110 Face Shape Brush

Use: Contour with creams, liquids and powders

What I think: I didn’t love contouring using powder with this one, but I do love contouring with liquids, the brush is slightly flared in shape so it diffuses the products really nicely.

122 Petit Stippling Brush

Use: Apply liquid highlighter, cream blush and concealer.

What I think: this brush is a miniature version of the 125 Stippling Brush, as I have the whole set I don’t need to use it to apply concealer but I love using it to apply cream and liquid blushes, it blends our products really evenly and softly.

104 Buffer Brush

Use: apply and blend foundation and powder

What I think: I didn’t love the way this brush applied foundation but I really like the way it applies powder on it’s own, it gives a fairly good coverage.

101 Luxe Face Definer Brush

Use: with powder products to highlight, contour, apply blush and powder

What I think: This brush is a great all rounder, it’s tapered in shape so you can use the tip to apply highlighter, the side to contour under your cheek bones and even softly tap the top of the bristles to reshape the brush and apply powder.

105 Luxe Highlight Brush

Use: defined highlighting and contouring with powder

What I think: this brush is a mini version of the 101 Luxe Face Definer Brush, you can build up a more defined contour and also highlight areas like your brow bone.

106 Powder Brush

Use: applying compact or lose powder for light coverage

What I think: This brush feels really nice, although it does what any other powder brush does it feels so silky and smooth against my skin.

109 Luxe Face Paint Brush

Use: Contour with powder

What I think: this one is my favourite to contour with; you can really carve your cheekbones out. It makes contouring really easy too!

127 Luxe Sheer Cheek Brush

Use: apply powder blush

What I think: aside from this one feeling beautiful on my skin, it doesn’t really do anything too special. I’ve used several angled blush brushes before, much like this one but like I said, it does feel really lovely on my skin.