Hello my Lovelies,
If you’ve seen my most recent makeup tutorial video, then I’m sure you would have noticed me showcasing my new set of synthetic makeup brushes by Mikasa Beauty. I was honestly impressed by them and I’m looking forward to stocking up on their eyeshadow brushes and put those to the test. Brush on!
I thought it would be great to show you a close-up of these brushes. To loop you in even more, I have a 25% coupon code that you can use on your next order! Amaze-balls! Please note that this code is valid for all products listed on the www.mikasabeauty.com including Brushes, Lashes, Hair Products and Makeup.
25% Off Coupon Code: ERIKALILYCASTRO25
*Disclaimer: all brush descriptions have been pulled directly from the Mikasa Beauty website.
S200 LARGE VELOUR PUFF
“A luxurious powder puff large enough for use on the face or body, adorned with a satin band. The perfect tool to evenly apply loose and pressed setting powders, it effortlessly conforms to face and body contours to deliver a long lasting matte finish for foundation, or a soft glow when applying face and body highlights. Washable and reusable.”
E110 – EYE LINER BRUSH
“This fine and tapered tip brush has long and stiff bristles, allowing for the most precise eyeliner application.”
E400 – DOUBLE ENDED BROW BRUSH
“The perfect multi-functional brush for quick eyebrow grooming. Use the angled brush end to define, shape and fill in eyebrows with powder or cream products. The spiral end is used to blend in brow color and smooth brow hairs, this end can also be used to separate lashes.”
F110 – ANGLED BLUSH BRUSH
“This angled brush is perfect for blush application. Its angle is a great feature to delicately contour the cheekbone.”
F111 – BLUSH BRUSH
“A dome shaped brush with natural bristles that’s ideal for precise application of powder face products. Use this brush to perfectly apply and blend blush and bronzer for a natural glowing complexion. “
F120 – TAPERED CONTOUR BRUSH
“A soft and silky brush featuring a tapered tip. Best used for applying a soft touch of highlight on the cheekbones, forehead, and nose. This brush can also be used to sweep on powder contour shades along the jawline, under the cheekbones, and outer edges of the face.”