The Luxury eye brush (£32) is different from my other eye brushes, its shaped like your traditional crease blender, but is a larger size and more dense. It also comes in its own sleek box.
This has become a "rescue" brush for me, if I have a shadow that has a bad texture this soft natural haired brush applies it so that it does not go on patchy, if I have gone and created something very wrong with an eye look in the morning, I just use this brush to blend it all and it somehow makes it work.
I know brushes aren't the most exciting thing to buy but this has definitely become a staple for me.
Almost every line has a base shade, often they can be too white, chalky, shimmery, warm or flat. Edward Bess's nude(£22) is just right. Its a neutral cream that has a subtle sheen to it, great for brightening the eye area whilst looking natural. As with my other EB shadows the formulation is smooth and silky and they wear well.
Swatches L-R: Nude shadow, deep brown defining eyeliner
The defining eyeliner (£20) has a soft smooth texture so there is no tugging, nor is it too soft so that it smudges. Deep Brown is matte and true to its name and has no red undertones like a lot of deep browns do. It lasts well, even when its humid or you get rained on.
My own slight issue is that although the automatic design means no sharpening to get to the product, it does lose its point ( I've taken my photo before sharpening it so you can see what I mean) I feel it could do with coming with one of those little sharpeners (like the Chanel Stylo Yeux Waterproof ones do).
Edward Bess is stocked by http://www.zuneta.com/ who ship worldwide and also stock Rouge Bunny Rouge and Hourglass amongst others.
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