I know, if you guys follow my blog, you’ll be thinking why in the world do I have so many reviews on Zoeva brushes. Well, lemme address that.
1. I love brushes. Ain’t no lying about that.
2. I would like to think these brushes are a makeup investment.
3. Zoeva brushes are pretty darn amazing.
4. Luxola had a sale, and I could not resist.
Now that we’re over that, let’s move on to the short review of the Zoeva Complete Set!
This set comes in the really good quality black and pink brush clutch (large) and the black Zoeva dust bag.
There are 15 brushes in here, and are:
For the face (all are synthetic – vegan taklon bristles) :
102 Silk Finish: Apply and blend foundation
104 Buffer: Apply and blend foundation, powder and mineral makeup
106 Powder: Apply loose and pressed powder
110 Face Shape: Contour the face shape with cream and powder products
128 Cream Cheek: Apply cream and powder blush
142 Concealer Buffer: Apply and blend concealer
|I missed out the #110 Face Shape here. Apologies!|
For the eyes (brushes are a mixture of either synthetic/natural bristles):
227 Soft Definer: Softly blend and smooth eyeshadow
228 Crease: Blending and shading eyeshadow in the crease
223 Petit Eye Blender: Accentuating the crease
231 Petit Crease: Accentuating and blending in the crease
234 Smoky Shader: Shading and blennding with smoky effect
235 Contour Shader: Apply eyeshadow v-shaped
315 Fine Liner: Precise application of eyeliner products
317 Wing Liner: Detailed eyeliner strokes and a perfect wing
322 Brow Line: Eyebrow brush for powder and cream product
This brush set covers all of your basic makeup needs. Especially great for those of you makeup beginners!
The face brushes are really amazing, my favourite being the silk finish. That brush just makes buffing in my foundation a breeze and it’s facial therapy (cus it is just so soft and “bouncy”).
Eye brushes are lovely, as well. You can accomplish simple to dramatic eye looks with the eye brushes here. My favourtie is the Petit Crease – fits real nice into the socket of my asian eye and works great for depositing colour into the Outer V as well. Another honorable mention would be the Brow Line brush. This is real unique, guys. I do not own a brush similar to this. It’s like a sturdier and shorter angled brush that works incredibly well with brow pomades, mousse or wax. Lastly, I just want to mention the Wing Liner brush right here. This angled brush is really tapered at the tip – fantastic for a crisp wing! Those of you struggling with drawing on that wing liner, this brush is for you. I love this for brows too, as you can really shape and carve out the shape due to the precision this brush provides.
I’ve washed these brushes a few times now and have experienced no shedding. The face brushes are easy to wash and also take a short period of time to dry due its taklon bristles. Overall, this set is really worth the investment.
Here are detail shots of each brush! (Photo heavy!)
|You can roughly see the size comparison with the Concealer Buffer (in the back!)|
|Close up of the Cream Cheek Brush|
|Close up of the powder brush!|
|Close up of the buffer!|
|Size comparion with the Concealer Buffer (#142)|
I went back to Luxola to get the link for you guys but have no idea why this set isn’t listed there anymore! No fret, here’s the link to the main Zoeva website (here).
Hope this review was helpful! Thanks for dropping by!
Have a great makeup day ahead! XO.