Thursday, May 14, 2015

Sonia Kashuk Contour brush (No.30) + Precision Pencil brush (No.31) review + photos

           Can I say that I'm obsessed with the shape of Sonia Kashuk brushes? The curvilinear and ergonometric shapes are amongst the coolest out there. Of course, their functionality has earned them quite a following as well.

          Today I have two new additions to the brush lineup to share with you : the Sonia Kashuk Contour brush (No.30) and the Precision Pencil brush (No.31).

          The Sonia Kashuk Contour brush ($15.79) has an interesting paintbrush shape. It's a shape that isn't available in every brand's lineup, but seems to be more popular as of late. (I have one from MAKE UP FOR EVER, which I've actually used quite a bit). As suggested, this brush is handy for contours. It can be used on the thin edge for highlights or as a broad brush for bronzer/contours. In a pinch, I've used this kind of shape for finishing powder as well. The brush itself is made from natural fibers, with a soft and dense head.

           The Sonia Kashuk Precision Pencil brush ($9.79) is one of my personal favorite shapes, as I love to use pencil brushes for softly smudged liner/shadow. It can also be used for inner-eye highlighting or even to apply concealer. The brush comes to a decent point without much splaying, which is what I look for in pencil brushes. I believe this is natural fiber as well.

        Both the Sonia Kashuk Contour brush and Pencil brush are lovely additions the Sonia Kashuk brush collection. They're both shapes I use often, so I'm happy to add this to my current rotation. (The aesthete in me wants to grab the whole lineup - if only they made more of my favorite synthetics!) If you're interested, be sure to check out the Sonia Kashuk brush lineup next time you're at Target.

       Thanks for reading! What are your favorite Sonia Kashuk brushes? Do you buy singles or brush sets?

Love, Dovey.

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  1. Oh, I think I will look for that contour brush! I've bought a SK set before, but I find that I like the quality of the singles much, much more. I like the single brushes I have a lot!

  2. AnonymousJune 04, 2015

    What nail color is that?!


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