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Doll Face Brushes And A Summer Ready Eye Look

Press Sample: Product given by the Company for Testing and Review Purposes at a Discounted Price.

Doll Face brushes are very soft and they apply shadows wonderfully.
They also pack on the shadow and distribute it with the same intensity on the lid.
I like that they come in a case for travel and portability and the case pops open into a stand. 
The five brushes are definitely great for detailed eye work, with my favorite being the smudger brush. 

These brushes do resemble another brush set on the market today (Real Techniques) but each has it's own unique design in terms of the size of the bristles and color. 

The Doll Face logo which reminds me of a Veronica Lake pin up model is super cute on the brush handles.
The handles are red with rubber grips at the end and the length of the handles are the right size.

Included in the brush set ,you get a shader fluffy brush, an angled eyebrow brush, a liner brush, a smudge brush, and a fluffy dense crease brush.
Each Brush has a name and they are multi purpose:

Here's how Doll Face Describes them:

Allana Accent Brush :: A Light weight cosmetic brush that is used for applying and smudging eyeliner and/or shadow along the lash lines.  The Allana Accent brush allows precise application of the cosmetic and is delicate enough to use over and above the eye. 

Lola Fine Liner :: A perfecting tapered Liner brush with fine bristles that allows the make-up application to be dramatic as well as suttle. This Liner brush can be used with liquid eyeliners and eyeshadows for a fine line to enhance any make up look. 

Cali Crease Brush :: This Multi-functional large brush is used for the buffing of cosmetic eye-shadow along the edges of the eye as well as an under eye concealer.  The Cali Crease brush can also be used for highlighting and contouring along nose, lips and corners of the face.  

Bryndle Base Brush :: An all over shadow brush for the base of the eye.  This brush covers the eye lid with just the right amount of color. Use as a cream shadow applicator or simply Use its fluffy and versatile brush to blend color into the crease of the eye.

Bella Brow Brush :: A high quality angled brow tool, this large and multi functional brush is used for the filling and defining of the eye brow. Other uses of this brush include wet or dry eyeliner application above or below the eye. This brow brush is firm enough to be used on outer corners and creases of the eye.

I'm very pleased with this brush set and in the pictures below, I demonstrate an eye look I did with each of the brushes. 
I did have to use a separate blender brush for the shadow and a spoolie brush to complete the look but overall this is a great brush set from Doll Face. 

You can get the Doll Face Brushes on Amazon for $19.99 
And you can go to their site to follow them on other social media platforms at www.dollfacebrushes.com

For the eyes I used:
Lid: Elf shadow in Teal
Lower lash line: Elf shadow in Teal
Crease: Elf shadow in Mocha
Mascara: Loreal Telescopic in Black
Liner: Smashbox Photo op color in Sumatra
Brows: Brow Drama gel in Deep Brown and filled in with Smashbox Sumatara

Lips: Nyx Butter Gloss in Sugar Cookie

I thought I'd add a filter effect for Fun! Boy does that Teal pop even more:)


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