Collective Makeup Brush Haul

Hey doll hey! How’s your day/night going? Great I hope. I’m doing pretty darn good. Level 5 pain, moderate energy levels… no rain in Florida today…. good day in my book.

Since October (the last real month since I was able to sit down and do my makeup or blog) I have had some big makeup and beauty related hauls… so I figured I would just do a few collective haul posts….

This first post will be about all things makeup brushes…..

*remember as always, all hyperlinks provided are simply for fast location of the products used and not affiliate links… I just did the research so you didn’t have to. The hyperlinks are no longer in color since WordPress took that feature away, they will be in bold print*

Profusion Brushes:

The full line of Profusion Cosmetics Face Brushes have :

  • a handle that is ergonomic, flocked rubber finish and comes to a point.
  • aluminum, gold tinted no crimped ferrules that seam sturdy on both ends.
  • light medium to fully pinched heels that seam firmly attached to the ferrules.
  • most of their face brushes have a firm and full belly, the tapered brushes being the exception, they are light and narrow belly.
  • perfected sized heads that are no longer than the palm of your hand.
  • and a white and black ombre toe.

PD4 Small Tapered Powder Brush ($5 on their website). I love this brush style for highlighter, slight bronzing and blending blush around the temples when I want to drape my blush.

PD3 Angled Powder Brush ($6 on their website). I typically reach for this style of brush to add powder bronzer to the high points of the face, to drape my blush, and to apply blush to my temples, nose and forehead on days where I’d like to look sun kissed.

PD5 Flat Setting Powder Brush ($5 on their website) This style brush is my preferred style for setting my under eyes, bronzing my nose and setting my eye lids on days where I only wear concealer on the lids.

FD1 Buffing Foundation Brush ($5 on their website) * I purchased 2 of these* I do not like this brush style for foundation, the head of the brush is simply too small and takes too much work to buff it in… the head of the brush is the perfect size for target pigmentation making it perfect for cream contour and cream bronzer.

EL1 Angled Eyeliner Brush ($4 on their website). I use this style brush from everything from eye liner, lip liner to brow pomade. This brush has a handle that is ergonomic with a flocked rubber finish that comes to a point. The ferrule is made from gold tinted aluminum and is steady on both ends. the heel of this brush is flat and narrow and is firmly attached to the ferrule. This is a short brush so there isn’t really a belly to it. The head is bluntly angled and stiff and the toe is firm and white and black ombre.

EB1 Dual Ended Angled Eyebrow Brush ($4 on their website). I use this style brush from everything from eye liner, lip liner to brow pomade. This brush has a handle that is ergonomic with a flocked rubber finish that comes to a point. The ferrule is made from gold tinted aluminum and is steady on both ends. the heel of this brush is flat and narrow and is firmly attached to the ferrule. This is a short brush so there isn’t really a belly to it. The head is bluntly angled and stiff and the toe is firm and white and black ombre. The other side of the brush is just your standard spoolie that I use to comb through my brows, sperate my lashes, flake away misapplied mascara and, in a pinch, I have also used it to exfoliate my lips.

ES7 Flat Precision *I purchased 2* ($4 on their website). I love this brush style I own several on this brush. I use it for everything from carving out my brow lines, to making my lipstick look crisp, to applying loose pigments and glitters, to using with makeup remover to cut my crease. I’ve even used this brush to contour my nose and add targeted highlight. This brush has a handle that is ergonomic with a flocked rubber finish that comes to a point. The ferrule is made from gold tinted aluminum and is steady on both ends. the heel of this brush is flat and narrow and is firmly attached to the ferrule. This is a short brush so the belly is uniformed with the rest of the brush. The head is bluntly squared and stiff and the toe is firm and white and black ombre.

ES5 Flat Shadder *I purchased 3* ($4 on their website). This is my all around utility brush. Great for mobile lid work, for cutting your crease, for applying glitter and for highlighting the inner corner of the eyes. This brush has a handle that is ergonomic with a flocked rubber finish that comes to a point. The ferrule is made from gold tinted aluminum and is steady on both ends. the heel of this brush is flat and narrow and is firmly attached to the ferrule. This is a short brush with a belly that is tear drop shaped. The head is slightly rounded and the toe is firm and white and black ombre.

ES3 Pointed Crease Brush ($4 on their website). This is my go to crease work brush. It’s got the perfect texture to really blow out the transition shades and yet still gives perfect control for outer v and deep crease work. This brush has a handle that is ergonomic with a flocked rubber finish that comes to a point. The ferrule is made from gold tinted aluminum and is steady on both ends. the heel of this brush is fluffy and semi rounded and is firmly attached to the ferrule. The belly of this brush is full and rounded. The head is fluffy and soft and the toe is firm and white and black ombre.

ES4 Small Firm Eyeshadow Brush *I purchased 3* ($4 on their website). This is my favorite pencil brush. I use it for detailed work such as under eye drop shadows and concentrated crease work. This brush has a handle that is ergonomic with a flocked rubber finish that comes to a point. The ferrule is made from gold tinted aluminum and is steady on both ends. the heel of this brush is short and round and firmly attached to the ferrule. This is a short brush sand it’s mostly made up of the belly. The head is bluntly rounded and stiff and the toe is firm and white and black ombre.

Real Techniques Brushes:

Expert Concealer Makeup Brush ($6 at Ulta). It was time to replace my favorite concealer brush. I use this brush for everything from color correcting, to nose contour, to spot highlighting, to concealer work. The handle is plastic and the ferrule is aluminum and long enough that it blends into the handle. the whole handle is rose gold. The ferrule is sturdy at the bottom and crimped only 1 time at the top, with the company logo at the top. The heel of the brush is wide and dense. The belly is short, wide and firmly packed. The head of the brush is duo toned white and black and the toe is soft and wide.

Eye Shade & Blend Makeup Brush Trio ($8.99 at Ulta). * I own several of this set * From left to right the brushes are the: RT 301 – a base shadow brush. I love this brush for an all over wash of color on my lids, to contour and bronze my nose and even to set my under eyes. RT Brow Definer – dual ended brush. I use it for my brows only but it has many uses. RT 300 – a deluxe blender brush. I use this for color correcting and concealing my under eyes, to blend out my eye primer, to buff in cream bronzer on the nose and I’ve even used it to add targeted highlight. The handles and ferrules are combined on the eye brushes of this set. The ferrules are purple tinted aluminum with no crimps. The heel of the brushes is snuggly secure. The belly and head of the two eye brushes is fluffy and wide. The toe of all 3 brushes is white and black ombre.

Flawless Base Brush Set ($19.99 at Ulta) * I own a couple of this set * This set includes: #204 Buffing Brush -it’s said to be for power foundation but I use it to buff in cream bronzer and cream blush. #205 Square Foundation Brush -to layer liquid foundation onto the face and I use it to apply targeted foundation, to add cream contour and to edge the upper side of my brows. #206 Contour Brush – it’s said to be a powder contour brush but I use it as a powder blush brush, as an under eye setting brush, and even in a pinch a touch up brush. #027 Detailer Brush – for concealing problem areas but I use it as an inner corner highlight brush, targeted shadow application on the mobile lids, cleaning up my lip lines for a crisper lipstick application, and to add high light down the bridge of my nose. The handles and ferrules are combined on all the brushes of this set with the handles being rose gold tinted hard plastic and the ferrules, rose gold tinted aluminum with no crimps. The heel of the brushes is snuggly secure. The belly of #204 and #206 are wide and fluffy. The toe of all the brushes is white and black ombre.

Everyday Eye Essentials Makeup Brush Set ($19.99 at Ulta) This set includes: RT 304 – Defining Crease Brush, I use it for crease work but also for under eye drop shadow work. RT 332 – Smudge Brush, I use it to smoke out my lower lash lines, for targeted outer v work and to add shimmer tot he center of my lips. RT 308 – Medium Brush – I use this brush to blend out my eye primer, to do a quick wash of color over my full lids, to powder contour my nose and even to bronze my nose. RT 310 – Essential Crease Brush – This is one of my favorite crease work brushes, I’ve even used it to really blow out a smokey look for my under eyes. RT 313 – Definer Brush – I use this one for eye liner, and in a pinch for brows. RT 307 Shading Brush – This brush is an all hands on deck utility brush… I’ve used it to apply a light wash of color to the lids, to buff out my creases, to apply highlighter to the highest parts of my face and even as a lip brush. RT 311 Fine Liner Brush – I use this brush to help define my cut creases.. I don’t particularly like this style of brush for liner because it always ends with thick liner for me. The last brush is RT 312 Lash Separator – I use it to help meld my lashes in with my falsies, to comb through my lashes after I’ve curled them and before I apply mascara, and on brush wash day I use it to fluff my brush heads up again. The handles and ferrules are one unit with the end of the handle being hard plastic and the main part of the handle/ferrule being aluminum with slight crimped ends. Both the handles and the ferrules are tinted purple. The heel of most of the brushes are soft and fluffy. The belly of all the brushes give the full brush their shape. The full heads are densely packed but softer instead of firmer. The toes on all the brushes are white and black ombre.

Bdelium Tools Brushes:

Bdelium Tools had a huge sale so I placed an order for 2 sets and a crap ton of singles…

Travel Eyes 12 Pc Brush Set With Roll-Up Pouch ($58 on their website) * each of these brushes is also sold separately *

#714T – Flat Eye Definer $8 on their website – I use this style of brush to apply cream liner to my lower water lines and to tightline my upper water lines. This is a wooden yellow lacquer handle that is petite. It has the company name and the brush # in laser print. The ferrule silver aluminum, double crimped at the base and single crimped at the heel. The crimp at the heel is very sturdy. The heel of the brush is as wide as the toe is and is thin but firm. This brush is too short to have a distinct belly. The toe of this brush is blunt and flat and is brown in shade. The full head is firm but not stiff.

#733T Lash $8 on their website – It’s just a classic spoolie… I use it to brush up my brows, brush out my lashes, flick away mascara mistakes and brush out my falsies. This is a wooden yellow lacquer handle that is petite. It has the company name and the brush # in laser print. The ferrule silver aluminum, double crimped at the base and not crimped at the heel. The ferrule has a small hole at the heel where the spoolie is attached…. not sturdy but also not flimsy. Since this is a cylindrical brush there is no heel, belly, head nor toe. It’s just a round clump of plastic bristles.

#710T Eye Liner $8 on their website – I purchased an extra one of this brush because the handle is short enough that I can actually get a pretty good line of gel liner. I use this as a liner brush but I also use it to create little petals around my eye and as a lip brush in a pinch. This is a wooden yellow lacquer handle that is petite. It has the company name and the brush # in laser print. The ferrule silver aluminum, double crimped at the base with no crimp at the heel. The heel of the brush is firmly secure on the inside of the ferrule and is wider than the toe is and is firm. This brush is too short to have a distinct belly. The toe of this brush is narrow but thick and is brown in shade. The full head is firm but not stiff.

#763 Angled Brow Brush $8 on their website – I use this style of brow brush only when I’m using brow powder. I find that it’s to fluffy to get a good, crisp pomade brow. I also use this style of brow brush to create a smokey wing on my upper lash line. This is a wooden yellow lacquer handle that is petite. It has the company name and the brush # in laser print. The ferrule silver aluminum, double crimped at the base with a single crimp at the heel. The heel of the brush is full but narrow. The belly of the brush is the same width as the heel. The toe of this brush is narrow but thick, is blunt cut on the angle and is brown in shade. The full head is firm but not stiff.

#766T Angle Shadow Brush $8 on their website – I love this style of brush to do the outer v of the crease. It has the perfect angle to give you that perfect v every time. This is a wooden yellow lacquer handle that is petite. It has the company name and the brush # in laser print. The ferrule silver aluminum, double crimped at the base with a single crimp at the heel. The heel of the brush is full but narrow. The belly of the brush is full and fluffy. The toe of this brush is thick, is blunt cut on the angle and is brown in shade. The full head is fluffy and not too firm.

#785T Tapered Blending Brush $10 but on sale right now for $5 on their website – This is my favorite style of crease brush. It’s perfectly shaped, perfectly fluffy and perfectly sized. This is a wooden yellow lacquer handle that is petite. It has the company name and the brush # in laser print. The ferrule silver aluminum, double crimped at the base with no crimp at the heel. The heel of the brush is full and wide. The belly of the brush is full and fluffy. The toe of this brush is fluffy, tapered into a tear drop shape and is brown in shade. The full head is fluffy and very flexible.

#722T Small Shadder Brush $8 on their website – This c brush is a great packer brush… perfect for packing on color in the shape you need, perfect for packing pigment onto the lids, perfect for applying just a wash of powder or cream shadow all over the lids. This is a wooden yellow lacquer handle that is petite. It has the company name and the brush # in laser print. The ferrule silver aluminum, double crimped at the base with a single crimp at the heel. The heel of the brush is thin and wide. The belly of the brush is full and slightly fluffy. The toe of this brush is fluffy, rounded into a c shade and is brown in shade. The full head is full and only slightly firm.

#760T Liner/Brow Brush $8 on their website – This brush has so many uses. I use it to create wing liners, to apply cream liner to the water line, to create little flower petals, to clean up my lip line and to apply brow pomade. This is a wooden yellow lacquer handle that is petite. It has the company name and the brush # in laser print. The ferrule silver aluminum, double crimped at the base with no crimp at the heel. The heel of the brush is thin and frim and merges into the belly of the brush. The toe of this brush is firm and sharply angled and is brown in shade. The full head is stiff and has a light dusting of white at the tip.

#755T Smudge Brush $8 on their website – This short c brush is firm enough to apply targeted glitter, to smudge liner, to highlight the inner corner, to help cut the crease and I’ve even used this style of brush to apply lipstick in a pinch. This is a wooden yellow lacquer handle that is petite. It has the company name and the brush # in laser print. The ferrule silver aluminum, double crimped at the base with a slight crimp at the heel. The heel of the brush is thin and frim and merges into the belly of the brush. The toe of this brush is firm and cut into a c shape and is brown in shade. The full head is stiff and densely packed.

#776T Blending Brush $9 on their website – This is my favorite style brush for transition work. I also love to use this style of brush to buff out harsh edges and deep lines of demarcation. This is a wooden yellow lacquer handle that is petite. It has the company name and the brush # in laser print. The ferrule silver aluminum, double crimped at the base with a slight crimp at the heel. The heel of the brush is narrow and frim. The belly of the brush is fat and slightly firm. The toe of this brush is fluffy, slightly scratchy and thick. The full head densely packed but fluffy and the bristles are all white. Because of this I try to never use pigments with this style of brush because it will stain the brush.

#778T Large Shadow Brush $9 on their website – This is just a typical shadow brush. It’s beginner friendly as you can get away with doing your full eye look with just this one brush. It’s fluffy enough for crease or all over color work, it’s firm enough to deposit pigments, it’s soft enough to buff edges out and it’s large enough to just give a wash of color all over the lids. This is a wooden yellow lacquer handle that is petite. It has the company name and the brush # in laser print. The ferrule silver aluminum, double crimped at the base with a single crimp at the heel. The heel of the brush is narrow and thick. The belly of the brush is wide and slightly firm. The toe of this brush is fluffy, and rounded into a sort of half circle. The full head densely packed but fluffy and the bristles are all brown.

#780T Pencil Brush $9 on their website – This is my favorite brush. It’s thick enough to do crease work and dense enough to smoke out the lower lash line and narrow enough to apply glitter or shimmer to the center of the lash lines. This is a wooden yellow lacquer handle that is petite. It has the company name and the brush # in laser print. The ferrule silver aluminum, double crimped at the base with no crimp at the heel. The heel of the brush is narrow and frim. The belly of the brush is slightly bulged and firm. The toe of this brush is fluffy, slightly scratchy and comes to a point. The full head densely packed but fluffy and the bristles are all white.

SFX Ergonomic Tweezer With Lock $14 on their website – These are the perfect false lash applicator. I use to apply my lashes using slanted tweezers until I poked myself in the eye. With this style of tweezer I never poke my eye and this tweezer makes it so fast and easy to apply lashes without and trouble.

Studio #761 Tight Liner Brush $8 on their website – I love this push brush for so many things. I love it to block line my lips, to tightline the upper waterlines, to add definition to the outer 1/3 of my lower lash line, and to clean up the outer side of my winged liner. This is a wooden yellow lacquer handle that is petite. It has the company name and the brush # in laser print. The ferrule silver aluminum, double crimped at the base with a single crimp at the heel. The heel of the brush is narrow and frim. The brush is to short to have a belly. The toe of this brush is a blunt square cute and very firm. The full head is brown and firm.

Studio #714 Flat Eye Definer $8 on their website – This push brush is similar to the #714T brush… the only difference is this one has a longer handle. All the characteristics are the same, all of the uses for this brush for me are the same.

Studio 785 Tapped Blending Brush $10 on their website – This crease brush is similar to the #785T brush… the only difference is this one has a longer handle. All the characteristics are the same, all of the uses for this brush for me are the same.

The Golden Triangle Brush Series:

Golden Triangle #792 Eye Double Dome Blender Brush $15 on their website – I purchased this brush to test it out as an under eye color corrector and concealer brush…. this brush seemed to soak up a ton of product and it didn’t feel like it was buffing the products in correctly, I’ll have to work with it a bit more before I give me final review on it. The handle is a blue lacquer triangle shaped wooden handle with the name of the company and type of brush laser etched onto it. The Ferrule is a copper tinted aluminum that is slightly square and has the feel of plastic. It is crimped that comes from it’s slightly bent angle. The heel of the brush is light grey, thick and squared. The belly of the brush has 2 split sections in layers. The toe of this brush is darker grey with a rounded blunt edge. The head of brush is thick and soft and has just the right amount of firmness.

Golden Triangle #952 Small Round Double Dome Blender Brush $18 on their website – I purchased this brush for cream contour and bronzer and it works perfectly for that. The handle is a blue lacquer triangle shaped wooden handle with the name of the company and type of brush laser etched onto it. The Ferrule is a copper tinted aluminum that is slightly square and has the feel of plastic. It is crimped that comes from it’s slightly bent angle. The heel of the brush is light grey, thick and squared. The belly of the brush has 2 split sections in layers. The toe of this brush is darker grey with a rounded blunt edge. The head of brush is thick and soft and has just the right amount of firmness.

Golden Triangle #972 Large Rounded Double Dome Blender Brush $22 on their website – I purchased this one because I saw it all over TikTok and the next best foundation brush…. I unfortunately used the wrong product with it… I used a light coverage foundation that just seemed to get soaked up in the bristles without really giving coverage to the face. I’ll have to test it out some more. The handle is a blue lacquer triangle shaped wooden handle with the name of the company and type of brush laser etched onto it. The Ferrule is a copper tinted aluminum that is slightly square and has the feel of plastic. It is crimped that comes from it’s slightly bent angle. The heel of the brush is light grey, thick and squared. The belly of the brush has 2 split sections in layers. The toe of this brush is darker grey with a rounded blunt edge. The head of brush is thick and soft and has just the right amount of firmness.

Golden Triangle Eyes Only Complete 15 PC Brush Set With Pouch $110 but on sale right now for $77 on their website and the Pouch is also sold separately for $25 but is currently on sale for $17.50:

Golden Triangle #708 Bent Liner Brush $12 on their website – I love this style of liner brush for when I’ve forgotten to do my liner and I’ve already applied my false lashes… It makes it so simple to get that winged liner right up to the lash line. I only own a few since this, for me, is a 1 trick pony. The handle is a blue lacquer triangle shaped wooden handle with the name of the company and brush info laser etched into it. The ferrule is a copper tinted aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and slightly bent at the toe. The heel of the brush is wider than the toe of the brush and doesn’t have a defined belly. The head of the brush is brown and firm.

Golden Triangle #781 Crease Brush $13 on their website – This brush is great for crease work but also can do transition work as well. The handle is a blue lacquer triangle shaped wooden handle with the name of the company and brush info laser etched into it. The ferrule is a copper tinted aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and there is no crimp at the heel, the heel is firmly secured inside the uncrimped ferrule top. The heel of the brush is wider than the toe of the brush has a fluffy yet defined belly. The head of the brush is brown, fluffy and slightly floppy.

Golden Triangle 730 Duet Fiber Bent Lash Brush $12 on their website – I’ve seen this style brush before, I did try it as a lash brush but that was a messy disaster so I’m thinking of trying to use this one to help me do faux freckles. The handle is a blue lacquer triangle shaped wooden handle with the name of the company and brush info laser etched into it. The ferrule is a copper tinted aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and is crimped by the bend in the neck of the ferrule at the heel, the heel is wide and thin and flimsy. The toe of the brush is white and black striped and flimsy. The belly and the toe are about the same width and the head of the brush is very wispy.

Golden Triangle #758 Large Smudge Brush $12 on their website – This C brush is the perfect size to do mobile lid work, to contour the nose, to pat glitter over the cheeks, and to do an all over wash of color. The handle is a blue lacquer triangle shaped wooden handle with the name of the company and brush info laser etched into it. The ferrule is a copper tinted aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and a single crimp at the heel. The heel of the brush is flat and wider than the toe. The belly of the brush is thicker than the toe. The toe is soft and full and c shaped. The head of this brush is full and slightly firm.

Golden Triangle #733 Lash Brush $12 on their website – It’s a spoolie… I use them several ways as I have explained, lashes, false lashes, brows and to remove mascara from the skin. The handle is a blue lacquer triangle shaped wooden handle with the name of the company and brush info laser etched into it. The ferrule is a copper tinted aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and there is no crimp at the heel, instead there is a hole that the spoolie is attached to.

Golden Triangle #762 Small Angle Brush $12 on their website – As I’ve said above with other brushes similar to this one, I use them for winged liner, with brow pomade, and to clean up my lip lines. The handle is a blue lacquer triangle shaped wooden handle with the name of the company and brush info laser etched into it. The ferrule is a copper tinted aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and single crimped at the heel. The heel is wider than the toe, which is stiff and blunt cut on an angle. The belly is flat and wider than the toe. The head is firm and blonde.

Golden Triangle #763 Angled Brow Brush $12 on their website – I use this style of brush when I’m using powder for my brows, to do outer v work and to contour my nose. The handle is a blue lacquer triangle shaped wooden handle with the name of the company and brush info laser etched into it. The ferrule is a copper tinted aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and has a single crimp at the heel, the heel is firm and wide. The belly is fluffy and wider than the toe. The head of the brush is brown, fluffy and slightly floppy.

Golden Triangle #765 Small Angled Shader Brush $12 on their website – This style of brush I use for outer v work, for blush draping and to apply shimmer to the center of my lips. The handle is a blue lacquer triangle shaped wooden handle with the name of the company and brush info laser etched into it. The ferrule is a copper tinted aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and has single crimp at the heel which is the widest part of the brush. The toe of the brush is slightly angled and very fluffy. The belly is the same width as the toe. The head is white and fluffy and scratchy.

Golden Triangle #773 Shading Blender Brush $12 but on sale for right now for $8.40 on their website -This is a fatter version of a c brush. This style of brush I love to use to buff my eyeshadow primer out, to apply color corrector and to pack shadow onto my mobile lids. The handle is a blue lacquer triangle shaped wooden handle with the name of the company and brush info laser etched into it. The ferrule is a copper tinted aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and has a single crimp at the heel, which is the widest pat of the brush. The belly is the fattest part of the brush, very full and thick. The toe is c shaped and slightly stiff. The head is full, firm and white.

Golden Triangle #776 Blending Brush $12 on their website – This is the perfect size for crease work. Because this one is stout it’s also perfect for adding depth to the outer v. The handle is a blue lacquer triangle shaped wooden handle with the name of the company and brush info laser etched into it. The ferrule is a copper tinted aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and has a single crimp at the heel. Because this brush is stout the heel and belly are uniform, fluffy and densely packed. The toe is rounded and fluffy. The head is white, full, fluffy and a bit scratchy.

Golden Triangle #777 Shadow Brush $12 but on sale right now for $8.40 – This is just a standard shadder brush. Great for an all over wash of color, perfect size for mobile lid work. The handle is a blue lacquer triangle shaped wooden handle with the name of the company and brush info laser etched into it. The ferrule is a copper tinted aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and a single crimp at the heel, the heel is thinner than the toe and firm. The belly is flat. The toe is the widest part of the brush and is fluffy and slightly firm. The head of the brush is brown and a bit longer than the profile of a c brush.

Golden Triangle #780 Pencil Brush $12 on their website – Pencil brushes are my favorite multi tasker eye brushes. They are perfect for lower lash line work, for deep crease work, as a detailer brush to add depth to a cut crease, to highlight the inner corners of the eyes and adding highlight to the brow line. The handle is a blue lacquer triangle shaped wooden handle with the name of the company and brush info laser etched into it. The ferrule is a copper tinted aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and there is no crimp at the heel, the heel is firmly secured inside the uncrimped ferrule top. The heel and toe are the same width with the bulkiest part of the brush sitting in the belly. The head of the brush is rounded and white and is not scratchy like the other white bristle brushes in this line.

Golden Triangle #787 Duet Fiber Large Tapered Blending Brush $15 on their website – I use this style of brush for so many things. I’ve used it to apply cream blush and highlight, to cream contour my nose and lips, to blend out concealer on the sides of my nose, to add a hint of blush to the tip of nose, as a clean blending brush to really blow out my crease or outer v work and I’ve even used it to add dry pigments to my lips. The handle is a blue lacquer triangle shaped wooden handle with the name of the company and brush info laser etched into it. The ferrule is a copper tinted aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and there is no crimp at the heel, the heel is firmly secured inside the uncrimped ferrule top. The heel of the brush is narrow, the belly is the widest part of the brush and is fluffy and full. The head of the brush is brown with white at the toe.

Golden Triangle #785 Tapered Blending Brush $13 but on sale right now for $9.10 – This is my go to crease brush for when I need to work my crease fast. It’s a great brush to just add a bit of color to the crease for those low maintenance days, It’s fluffy enough to do a full wash of color over the whole lid and I sometimes use it as a buffer brush to really blow up the blend on the upper lid and smokey out the lower lash line. The handle is a blue lacquer triangle shaped wooden handle with the name of the company and brush info laser etched into it. The ferrule is a copper tinted aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and there is no crimp at the heel, the heel is firmly secured inside the uncrimped ferrule top. The heel is the narrowest point of the brush, the belly being almost as narrow and thick. The toe of the brush is the widest part, it’s fluffy and not to dense. The head of the brush is brown, fluffy and just wispy enough.

*I forgot to take a picture of this brush*

Golden Triangle #716 Smokey Liner Brush $12 on their website – I use this as a thinner pencil brush, perfect for color work on the lower lash line, for highlighting the inner corners, for cleaning up the brow line, so adding glitter to the mobile lids in scattered spots, as a lip brush, to do a smokey wing liner, and I’ve even used it to do graphic liners. The handle is a blue lacquer triangle shaped wooden handle with the name of the company and brush info laser etched into it. The ferrule is a copper tinted aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and there is no crimp at the heel. The heel, belly and toe are all the same width, thickness and density… it’s a frim brush with little wiggle. The head is brown with a white tip.

Brushes from the Green Bambu Series:

Green Bambu #992 Bronzer Brush $19 but on sale right now for $5.70 on their website – This style of brush is perfect for buffing cream bronzer over the face. I have also used it to buff foundation in. The handle is shorter than they’re Studio and Triangle lines. They are white washed in green and are made from Bamboo with the name of the company and brush info laser etched. The ferrule is silver aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and slightly pinched at the top. The heel of the brush is dense and full. The belly is the widest point of the brush and is dense yet fluffy. The toe of the brush has a rounded blunt cut to it that is thick and soft. The full head of the brush is light green and fluffy.

Green Bambu #974 Tapered Powder Brush $19 on their website. I love the tulip style of brushes to drape blush at my temples. I really like the brush for setting my under eyes, sides of nose and center of my face. The handle is shorter than they’re Studio and Triangle lines. They are white washed in green and are made from Bamboo with the name of the company and brush info laser etched. The ferrule is silver aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and slightly pinched at the top. The heel of the brush is slim and firm. The belly is soft and fluffy and narrow. The toe of the brush is soft and fluffy and tear drop shapes. The full head of the brush is light green and fluffy.

Green Bambu #975 Mixed Powder Brush $17 on their website – As far as powder brushes go this one has a very small stature. I tried it to powder set my face and just didn’t like it for that. This one I think will be best for powder bronzer or even blush. The handle is shorter than they’re Studio and Triangle lines. They are white washed in green and are made from Bamboo with the name of the company and brush info laser etched. The ferrule is silver aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and slightly pinched at the top. The heel of the brush is flat and fluffy. The belly is soft and fluffy and narrow and so light that it almost is white. The toe of the brush is soft and fluffy and c brush shaped. The full head of the brush is ombre green.

Green Bambu #957 Precision Kabuki Brush $16 but on sale right now for $4.80 – This style of brush is a multi tasker! It’s perfect for foundation, cream contour, cream bronzer and even cream blush. I’ve even used it to buff powder bronzer on. The handle is shorter than they’re Studio and Triangle lines. They are white washed in green and are made from Bamboo with the name of the company and brush info laser etched. The ferrule is silver aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and slightly pinched at the top. The heel of the brush is narrow but fluffy. The belly is soft and fluffy and narrow. The toe of the brush is soft and fluffy and bluntly cut flat. The full head of the brush is light green and white and fluffy

Green Bambu #779 Eye Whopper Brush $12 but on sale right now for $3.60 on their website – This brush can apply cream shadow seamlessly and quickly. It’s great for buffing eye primer in. It’s the perfect size for applying concealer. I’ve even used it to contour my nose. The handle is shorter than they’re Studio and Triangle lines. They are white washed in green and are made from Bamboo with the name of the company and brush info laser etched. The ferrule is silver aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and slightly pinched at the top. The heel of the brush is the widest part of the head and is pinched flat. The belly is soft and fluffy. The toe of the brush is soft and fluffy and slightly rounded. The full head of the brush is light green and fluffy

Green Bambu #947 Small Foundation Brush $12 but is on sale right now for $3.60 – I use this brush to clean up my contour by painting on my foundation in targeted areas. I’ve used this brush to apply cream bronzer and contour as well. The handle is shorter than they’re Studio and Triangle lines. They are white washed in green and are made from Bamboo with the name of the company and brush info laser etched. The ferrule is silver aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and slightly pinched at the top. The heel of the brush is pinched flat and dense. The belly is soft and slightly stiff and white. The toe of the brush is soft and fluffy and tear drop shapes. The full head of the brush is white with green tips and fluffy.

Green Bambu #716 Smoky Eyeliner $8 on their website – I use these are smaller pencil brushes. Pencil brushes are one of my favorite brushes. I use them for detailed crease work, smoking out the lower lash line and even applying glitter. The handle is shorter than they’re Studio and Triangle lines. They are white washed in green and are made from Bamboo with the name of the company and brush info laser etched. The ferrule is silver aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and slightly pinched at the top. The heel of the brush is slim and firm. The belly is soft and oval and narrow. The toe of the brush is tear drop shape and comes to a point. The full head of the brush is ombre is shades of light green and is firm.

Green Bambu #780 Pencil Brush $9 but on sale right now for $2.70 on their website – I use these the same as I use all my pencil brushes. The handle is shorter than they’re Studio and Triangle lines. They are white washed in green and are made from Bamboo with the name of the company and brush info laser etched. The ferrule is silver aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and slightly pinched at the top. The heel of the brush is slim and firm. The belly is soft and oval and narrow. The toe of the brush is tear drop shape and comes to a point. The full head of the brush is ombre is shades of light green and is firm.

Green Bambu #769 Angled Contour Brush $11 on their website – This is my favorite brush to reach for to do outer v work. It’s also a perfect profile for contouring the nose. The ferrule is silver aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and slightly pinched at the top. The heel of the brush is slim and firm. The belly is soft and oval and narrow. The toe of the brush is blunt cut on an angle. The full head of the brush is ombre is shades of light green and is firm.

Green Bambu #781 Crease Brush $9 but on sale right now for $2.70 on their website – I use these the same as I use all my pencil brushes. The handle is shorter than they’re Studio and Triangle lines. They are white washed in green and are made from Bamboo with the name of the company and brush info laser etched. The ferrule is silver aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and slightly pinched at the top. The heel of the brush is slim and firm. The belly is soft and oval and narrow. The toe of the brush is tear drop shape and comes to a point. The full head of the brush is ombre is shades of light green and is firm.

Green Bambu #767 Round Dome Brush $10 on their website – I use these brushes to deposit the initial shape that I want my shadow to have. I also use this to deepen the outer part of the eyes, to smoke out the lower lash line and to apply pigment to my lips. The ferrule is silver aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and slightly pinched at the top. The heel, belly and toe are all the same width. The toe is rounded. This brush is firm and densely packed. The head of the brush is ombre in light greens.

Green Bambu #778 Large Shadow Brush $10 on their website – This is s a standard shadow brush. Great for packing color onto the lids, for an all over wash of color and even for target highlighting. The ferrule is silver aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and slightly pinched at the top. The heel of the brush is slim and firm. The belly is soft and flat. The toe is wide c shaped and fluffy. The head is ombre light green.

Green Bambu # 776 Blending Brush $9 but on sale right now for $2.70 – This style of brush I use most often to darken an outer v. The ferrule is silver aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and slightly pinched at the top. The heel of the brush is slim and fluffy. The belly is soft and oval and fluffy. The toe of the brush is rounded. The full head of the brush is ombre is shades of light green and is firm.

Green Bambu #546 Square Lip Brush $8 on their website – I use this brush as a push brush to apply gel liner to the water line, to sharpen my winger liners, to make sure that my lip line is crisp and even to apply contour to the nose. The ferrule is silver aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and sharply pinched at the top. The heel of the brush is slim, straight and firm. The belly and toe are the same width and straight cut. The toe of the brush has been cut on a straight line. The full head of the brush is ombre is shades of light green and is firm.

Green Bambu #706 Fine Point Eyeliner $8 but on sale right now for $2.40 – I like to use this brush to apply cream liner to the water lines, to apply lipstick and to add graphic liner. The ferrule is silver aluminum that is double crimped at the bottom and slightly pinched at the top. The heel of the brush is slim and firm. The belly is soft and oval and narrow. The toe of the brush is a micro sized tear drop shape and comes to a point. The full head of the brush is ombre is shades of light green and is firm.

Well, that’s all for this post dolls. Remember… Save a spoon for a bit of lipstick.

Nita