Precision Eye Blending Brushes Recommendations (Morphe, BH Cosmetics, Sigma)

Precision Eye Blending Brushes Recommendations (Morphe, BH Cosmetics, Sigma)

As you grow and learn to apply makeup, precision makeup brushes are very useful. At times I need to even out my eyeshadow or apply color but want to be specific about where I apply it. Do you have one eye that blends beautifully but the other always seems to be a struggle? Yes, I have that problem too. If you don't have that issue, I could only hope. I don't think you need all of these brushes, but I do think learning to use smaller brushes can help your technique. I have smaller eyes that are slightly hooded and I need precision brushes for a variety of reasons. I really do feel that these brushes are used constantly in my makeup routine.



Morphe M506: This is a small tapered blending brush. I use this often when my transition shade has disappeared and I want to bring it back but not extend my eyeshadow too much. It also helps to blend out any harsh lines. Also when I need to get in my inner corner to blend but don't want to bring up the shadow too high. Often, I use this brush to even out my eye looks and make sure they look equal in shape. (Purchase)*

BH Cosmetics Smokey Set 3: The BH Cosmetics Smokey set is a great affordable set of brushes.  The full review can be found here. I love using this brush to touch up between my lid shade and my crease shades. It's tapered and fits great in my eye. It really helps me to create a gradient look. It's also great to apply a darker shade in my outter V. It can apply color precisely as well as blend it out. (Purchase)*

BH Cosmetics Smokey Set #2: This is a very small tapered blending brush. It's very sparse at the tip and I can use it to add color very lightly or blend out any harsh lines. I don't own any other brushes like this one. It's also good to even out the transition shade when wanting to create a shape.
(Purchase)*

Sigma E47: This little brush is a great brush for apply color to a specific area. It's also fluffy and can lightly blend. Sigma has great brushes and I'm looking to expand my collection.
(Purchase)*


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  1. I really want to try Morphe brushes, I've heard so many good things xx

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    1. They seem to have improved their brushes in recent years. I do recommend them.

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  2. Thanks for these suggestions for brushes! Glad you like the Morphe brush because I'm sure it's reasonably priced.

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  3. I don't have anythign from Morphe but have tried a few brushes from BH Cosmetics but weren't impressed by it at all. They were so scratchy and I just threw them away.

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    1. These BH Brushes are soft, I've used some that were scratchy from them too. Same as my older Morphe brushes, they're not as soft as the newer brushes.

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  4. These sound like nice brushes Thanks for sharing! :)

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    1. We're having snow, enjoy the warmth! sane to you.

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