It’s almost as if Eloise Beauty personally answered my wish and granted me a smaller brush that would be perfect for my (amateurish) contouring:) If you read my review (here) on Eloise debut, the Tear Drop Brush, you would know I love this unique brush for a quick yet flawless foundation application, but I do find it a little harder to contour with. Excitingly, Eloise has recently added the Sculpt and Define Brush to their Dome Collection.
Precious gold finish – Check. 400,000 velvet soft animal free synthetic bristles – Check. The Dome handle is designed to fit the palm of your hand like a glove for maximum pressure control as well as comfortability – Check! It is beautiful!
Check out how dense the bristles are.
Eloise Sculpt and Define Brush does its job well to a tee. It is perfect for accentuating bone structure and enhancing facial features for a contoured, defined look. The shape of the brush is fabulous for picking up products. I can apply and adjust the pressure of application effortlessly with the brush fitting comfortably between my fingers. The bristles are extremely soft, you can blend out products without disturbing any pre-applied bases. I find that you can go for a very sharp and very contoured look using Eloise Sculpt and Define Brush or just an ever so slightly and natural definition. The power of pressure is in your hand!
Eloise Sculpt and Define Brush works great for multi-purpose use as it fits perfectly under the eyes, around the nose and in any other hard to reach areas around your face too. So not only it is great for contouring, it also works well for applying concealer, to highlighter and anything else you wish to use it for.
Here is a comparison picture of the Tear Drop Brush and the Sculpt and Contour Brush for your reference.
If you’re a brush-junkie like me, you will need Eloise Sculpt and Define Brush. If you’re really into contouring and shaping your features, especially with cream products, you will need Eloise Sculpt and Define Brush. If you appreciate innovative makeup brushes, you will need Eloise Sculpt and Define Brush. As for me, Eloise Sculpt and Define Brush takes centre stage on my vanity table which is filled with makeup applicators of every possible kind!
Eloise Sculpt and Define Brush retails at £34.99 and can be purchased here.
What do you think? Are you taking a liking to these type of brushes?
Much love always,
Disclaimer: This post featured a PR sample. My opinions expressed here are honest and unbiased.