Zoeva makeup brushes review | Face brush set part 1 of 2

Zoeva makeup brushes review | Face brush set part 1 of 2


Hey fashion sisters welcome to not a model
tv Today im excited to share to you my thoughts
my Zoeva brush set that I have. This is the same
brush that I am actually giving away this month. It closes on the 15th so make sure
you enter below if you haven’t already and make sure you do that.
I am just gonna go straight into it The first two brushes. The reason why I am
going with these first because it’s my favorite It’s the 125 stippling brush it’s a flat
cut it’s a (jewel) fiber brush and it applies foundation really flawlessly and it gives
me a light to medium coverage which is what I like, I really don’t like heavy foundations.
Sometimes I use heavy foundation but I like to use it with a brush that’s gonna give
me a flawless light weight finish. The second brush here is a, it’s a defined buffer brush,
it’s a 103 brush its cut to a … it’s quite small compared to like other fine buffer
brushes I’ve seen before, but it does actually work really well it does actually really good
for applying foundation as well and getting into a more defined area, so with this stippling
brush because its flat and one shape you blend really nicely with it getting under your eye
and this brush here is really good for that, and the corners of your nose is quite difficult
and this brush is really good for that and if you like heavier coverage and really like
to get and pat into these areas this brush here is gonna be the right one for you. I
like to use both just depending on the foundation I’m using. I found that this brush works
really well with nude by Loreal, the Maybelline foundation the dream lumi touch and works
really well with my channel white … as well but I find that this one is really nice with
my Mac studio sculpt which is quite a heavy coverage and a thick foundation but I feel
like it buffs it out really nicely. Im actually wearing it today I used this brush to blend
it in. I do have another foundation brush which will come back in the next second.
But the next brush to talk about is the 142 concealer buffer brush this is tapered in
shape brush but this a good concealer brush I’ve actually use two concealer brushes
when I apply my concealer so I was using a mac … concealer and a tapered mac brush
as well which was actually much like this but a lot more, mini version of this one,
so a lot more spaced out. It would give me like a light finish but it didn’t blend
thicker foundations very well I used to find out that I need to work it a lot. So I would
paint on my concealer with my mac flat foundation brush and I would blend it the tapered brush
and the 217 I think it is but this one here you could blend your concealer and also buff
it out, and also for any redness I use it in circular motion so I could buff out any
dark circles under my eyes that I don’t need any heavy coverage but when I do need
a heavier coverage for areas for example like red spots I would actually press it on my
skin because that would give me heavier coverage, and it really presses in foundation really
well without wiping it away, it gives you a really good second skin coverage which what
foundation and makeup should be about creating a second skin and not creating a layer on
your face, so that, this is a really good concealer brush you really need one. Now the other one is the 104 buffer brush
which is the other one that I was mentioning that also works as a foundation brush. This
is flat and tightly compacted and it has (jewel) fiber as well but it is cut a lot shorter
compared to the stippling brush so it does give a heavier coverage. I am not a fan of
using it for foundation but I do love using it for powder so you can use it, it presses
in powder it gives you nice coverage with powder, you can use it on top of your foundation
for heavy coverage, but I have tried using it foundation underneath and it puts on powder
quite well … put on powder before going out somewhere without having to prime, concealer,
foundation and all that it’s a really good powder brush for me. I probably won’t use
it for anything else. It gives you heavy like defined … like powder application and if
you want a light weight finish this one is not for you. It’s quite a heavy coverage. So, another favourite brush of mine. This
is the 110 Luxe face definer brush, this is. What’s not to love about this brush? It’s
tapered so you can use the point to apply high lighter and then you can use the curve
side to blend your bronzer in to give you like a contour, if you like to contour it. So, up next is the 110 Luxe face definer brush.
What’s not to love about this brush? It’s tapered shape… you can use for high lighting
your cheekbones, or brow bone, and you can use the … side to contour your face. It’s
a great contouring brush for powders, and really if you don’t know much on contouring,
and if you are not confident with it, It does the job for you, if you like … on there
… you pat it on your cheekbones it gives you full contour effect, it’s really natural
and light weight and the best thing is that you can just build it up and … contour your
cheekbones with it but there’s another brush for a heavy contour but this is a really good
brush its part of my second favourite to the stifling brush.
Now this one here is a petite stippling brush, it’s a smaller version of my 125 stifling
brush and I probably won’t use it to blend in foundation or concealer because it is quite
small and there is another brush that you can use for concealer as well. It’s made
for cream and liquid products, what I do love to use it for, for liquid cheek… so I use
this predominantly on my Benefeet … tint in a ink color. It just blends really nicely,
and gives you a natural finish. It’s actually a (jewel) fiber brush, it’s just that all
of these brushes are so silky. It gives you that … quite a few times because I’ve
been trying it out off camera not on video because .. everytime I use one they are all
so silky and its really nice … you have nice foundation on and nice brush …
So this big brush here is a 106 powder brush, I really love using this for applying translucent
powder. Its quite lose and you could just be liberal with and.
So the next is 106 powder brush, this brush is really good in applying in powder coverage
if you don’t want heavy coverage, with this one here with the buffer brush this is really
great in coverage with powder and you can just use this on its own.
But if you just wanted to use a transparent powder over your foundation to set it in this
is what you’d want to go with. It feels really beautiful as well, I just love touching
them. It’s like patting a really clean dog or something, they’re just so cute.
So next is the 106 powder brush. It’s a really beautiful big fluffy brush which you
can use to apply compact or loose powders for a really natural finish. It’s not going
to a heavy coverage like the buffer one is, because this one gives you quite a heavy coverage.
But I actually like using it for transparent coverage because you can just brush everything
over your face and it’s all on with a nice light finish.
This is a good one. This is the 109 Lux Face Paint Brush. This is really good for carving
out your cheekbones. If you love contouring out your face, this is the brush for you.
I must say, I’ve had a play with it a few times and I just love it. I almost want to
use it every time I do my makeup but I find I’m trying to contour every time. I usually
do really natural makeup looks on my days off but this is a really, really good brush.
So next I’ll go with the 109 Lux Face Paint Brush and this brush is brilliant if you love
contouring. It’s just going to carve out your cheekbones quite a bit more compared
to the definer brush. So this will give you a really soft, natural, contour look just
to give you some shadow and definition under there. This little ninja is going to carve
out your cheekbones and look so beautiful. It’s really good for getting that evening
look with heavy coverage and carving out your cheek bones. You can use it on your temples
and along your jawline as well. It makes contouring really easy as well because it’s quite flat,
but I’m loving it for just carving out my cheekbones.
105 Lux Highlight. So this is a mini version of the 101 face definer brush. So I’d use
it primarily for highlighting. I have used the top of this brush for highlighting because
it’s just easier if you’ve got it out, but it’s really good if you just want to
highlight your cheekbones. And because it’s curved as well it gives you a nice flawless
finish. You can use it up on your brow bone. Really good for even contouring as well if
you only want to a little bit of bronzer around your cheekbone or jawline, you can be a little
more precise with the placement so it’s a really good brush.
I haven’t used it as much as I’ve used all my other brushes just because they all
do similar things but you don’t need every single brush. I love playing with makeup and
I’m a big makeup junkie so I’ll find on some days I want a really lightweight coverage
so I’ll use this and on other days I’ll use this because I want a heavier coverage.
Especially as I take a lot of photos so I’m finding I like the versatility with all the
brushes. This one here, if I was to buy brushes singularly
I probably wouldn’t get it because the rest of the brushes are all amazing and they can
all do multiple things. It is still really nifty to have, and I do have it, so I will
use it. Next up is another brush that’s really good
for liquid contouring. Im finding I’m using this quite a bit as well for defining my cheekbones
with liquids. The other two I showed you, so this one for contouring and the face paint
one is great for powder products. So this one I’m using for liquid products so I’m
using it for darkeners, concealers, liquid bronzers, and liquid highlighters. It buffs
out concealer so nicely. It is a bigger version almost. It flares out
a little bit more and it blends a bit more softly, whereas the buffer brush for the concealer
you have to buff out your edges whereas this here, when you’re buffing out with it, it
buffs out the edges really well. I’ve been using this a lot for contouring and it really
is a great all round contouring brush, you can use it pretty much everywhere for liquid
contouring. So it just depends what your preference is
with contouring. I personally prefer liquid and set with a transparent powder but sometimes
I’ll use bronzers and powders over the top. Just depending on how heavy the coverage is
but if im just wanting to throw a bit of contour on for the everyday look I’ll just use this
brush here. Bceause I’ll just use some concealer and buff it out so it will look really natural
as well. I think there’s just one brush I haven’t
done, this is a Luckshere chiq. It’s a number 7 and an angled brush so it’s for blush.
It curves naturally to the shape of your cheek so it’s really good for placing product
on your cheekbone, and then when you’re swiping up, it’s just diffusing that product
and giving a really nice transial and gradient effect. Just to softly blend everything back
up to look quite 3 dimensional and not too patchy with makeup.
It’s a great brush, I’ve got other brushes like this. I don’t feel that there’s anything
too special about this one. I’ve been using an angled brush for quite a long time. I do
find compared to my Mac brush it is a lot softer so it blends a lot more nicely, but
it just depends how much coverage you want so I find that I use this a little bit more
to get blush on because I want a little bit more of a popped cheek sometimes it just depens
on what you like but in all, all of the face brushes im finding it a really high quality
especially for what the cost is so you get a good value for money in like in terms of
they work really well, I actually like some of them more than my Mac brush, definitely
like the concealer brush. The concealer buffer brush is definitely a good buy. If you obviously
not everyone needs a four set, no one needs it like you need all the set ,all the brushes
can do more than one thing. I like, im a make up junkie, I like playing, I love to have
all the brushes and do different things and creating loads, I can sit and play with makeup
all day, I probably can put on makeup for two hours a day, so you don’t the whole
set. If you are interested in getting the set of face brushes. Im just gonna pull out
the ones that are the best, so if you only want a couple of brushes … definitely the
concealer brush, I would say definitely I love this two so much depending on what you
want, you can, you don’t need both you can buff this out to point where it is really
light weight, and you use a lot less foundation, you use light foundation and almost get the
same finish like this brush does. I would go to what you prefer as coverage and prefer
how you put your foundation and use one of these brushes. I can’t decide, this is my
favourite but this one here does do a lot more than this one, I think in my opinion
but one of these definitely the concealer brush, definitely the face definer brush,
now you can get one of these and not get a blush brush because you wouldn’t need this
angle brush but certainly apply highlighter with this and apply brush with the side and
contour as well and if you press this down you can use this as a big fluffy powder brush
and even use it to apply blush as well so … the good all around it does multiple things,
and that’s pretty much it, you don’t need the powder brush, you don’t need the highlight
brush, you don’t need the stifling brush, if you like to contour with liquid then you
can definitely contour with a concealer buffer brush for a … one I would certainly recommend
this to your list if you like contouring, this is great with liquid products, if you
prefer powder I would definitely add this. Let’s go through that again, so one … brush
it’s very essential you just choose one to go with, the light weight or the medium
coverage or something that does light weight to medium to heavy but then gets to more define
areas, an all around luxe definer brush you can use that to apply powder, highlighter,
bronzer and brush so you can contour with or use it to apply powder all over your face.
If you are into liquid contouring or powder contouring choosing one of these. If you like
powder contouring you can certainly just get away with this one brush, but if you really
love contouring you can cover your cheekbones with a lot more definition and a lot more
fun with it so you go with these two, so if like contouring with liquid just go with these
two as well and definitely the concealer brush, they are my pick for the face brushes from
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