Tina Earnshaw Brushes Review

Tina Earnshaw is known for work on films such as the Titanic and Marley and Me and her client list includes the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow and Kate Winslet. Tina appreciates good quality makeup brushes for her work which inspired her to create her own range of brushes consisting of 21 brushes of incredible quality. 
Tina Earnshaw Eye Brushes Review
Tina Earnshaw Eye Brushes Review
If you have the funds to invest in makeup brushes, this is definitely a brand to check out as these two brushes are of the highest quality and are going to be brushes that will last for many years but they are very expensive with prices ranging between £15 - £75 depending on the brush. These two brushes are two of her eye brushes which have really impressed me and they are the highest quality brushes I personally have in my makeup collection. Both of these brushes are incredibly soft and have been washed multiple times and have held their shapes. 

The first brush is the 15 Multi Brush which is ideal for foundation and concealer applications as well as blending any delicate areas. This brush has a shorter handle but is still easy to hold. This brush has a slightly thicker handle to it which fits between my fingers nicely and isn't too heavy. I like to use this brush to apply shadow to the inner corner of the eye as the brush is on the longer side and I find it fits this area well for when I am in a hurry. It is also great for applying concealer under the eyes and around the nose or for any of those hard to blend places. It does a great job and applying and blending out product and it never looks streaky. 

The 16 Eye Blender is my favourite brush out of the two and I use it almost every single day! I love to use this brush to apply eyeshadow to the lid and it picks up the perfect amount of product and applies it seamlessly. I find almost none of my brushes work well with my Colourpop eyeshadows but this brush is fantastic for those. It blends out eyeshadow well and it is great for applying shadow to the inner lid as it is on the smaller side and I can really control where the shadow goes. I have also used this brush to apply eyeshadow to the lower lash line and it works well for this too. 

The Tina Earnshaw Makeup Brushes are available from Precious About Makeup - HERE.


This post contains press samples, all opinions are my own. 


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