This innovative, three-sided brush will ensure you never have to miss a detail—from defining your eye crease and lash lines to highlighting your inner eye corners.
Why It Saves You Time
Use the tapered tip to blend eyeshadow into your eye crease. Dab the tip into highlighter and press it onto your inner eye corners, or sweep it under your brow bones to highlight them.
Make it Less Complex
Instantly illuminate your eye area by dabbing highlighter onto the center of your lid for a three-dimensional effect.
We recommend regularly cleaning Complex Culture brushes with warm water and a gentle soap, avoiding anything that would be harsh or sensitive to skin. First, wet the bristles with lukewarm water, avoiding both the ferrule and handle. Gently massage with cleanser in the palm of your hand or on a brush cleansing pad. Rinse bristles thoroughly and squeeze out excess moisture with a clean towel. Fluff the brush head back into shape and let dry with the bristles hanging off the edge of a counter. Allow bristles to fully dry to the correct shape before storing in an upright position.
I love this item. It helps my make up routine
got this brush in my ipsy package and it’s great quality and works amazing!!
1 year update
This brush is still 1 of my favorites in synthetics,it has been a year since I purchased 2of these babies. They have washed like a dream and held their shape.... Dont have to baby although I do like my fudo and other natural hair brushes.I find I reach for this brush just about on the daily.Buy 2 so worth it.I can do a3color eye look with this puppy when in a hurry or brushes getting dirty... Looking to grab a 3rd that is how much I love this brush..... And the aestatics these are gorgeous just gorgeous and feel great in the hand..... Great work Complex Culture Get these into Sephora or Ulta.
They are exactly what you say they will do. I just wish I could afford the whole sets.
Bristles seem sparce
It's supposed to have a sculpted shape to use different surfaces, the result seems to be that the bristles are sparce. In this instance, I think I would prefer a traditional set of eye brushes. A blender, a shadow brush and a crease/smudger.