Zoeva seem to be the brush brand of the moment recently, and with good reason - they tick the boxes for price, aesthetics and quality and with 8 new brushes being released for 2015 I just knew I had to get my hands on them. Having previously tried the travel set and eye brushes sets I was expecting amazing things, and I'm happy to say that they stood up to the test.
Firstly the five larger base/face brushes - they make a getting a flawless finish so easy and to be honest, I haven't used any other brand since getting them. Here's some more detail:
109 Face Paint - This is THE most perfect contour brush I have found to date. It reminds me a lot of the shape of the NARS Contour brush with its flat, squared head and works perfectly with both liquid and cream products, blending them out seamlessly for subtle definition.
112 Face Curve - A more classic shaped foundation brush, also with vegan taklon hair, like the face paint brush, this is great for getting a higher coverage finish from foundation and get in all the curves of the face. Not my most favourite one of the bunch, but very useful all the same.
114 Luxe Face Focus - This brush is a great one for highlight, picking up just the right amount of product, or alternatively for selective powdering, nice for when you don't want to mattify the whole face too much.
107 Powder Polish - A large powder foundation brush also with soft vegan talon hair I love using this for mineral foundations or powder, or for buffing in liquid foundation for a flawless finish in a flash.
129 Luxe Fan - Luxurious fan brush made of natural-synthetic hair mix, I love using this brush to sweep away fall out when (attempting) smokey eyes or highlighting along the tops of my cheekbones. I'm so glad I finally have one of these to add to my collection.
The four brushes which are more concerned with detailing, are as follows:
325 Luxe Brow Light - This brush is suggested for highlighting the brown bone, but I actually prefer for really packing pigment onto the lids as the super dense hairs do a great job of transferring colour to get a really pigmented finish.
310 Soft Liner - A lifesaver brush for me, this great for using shadow as liner for a subtle smokey look, the tiny point makes it perfect for its job and it's a dream to use.
220 Luxe Grad Shader - Your average eyeshadow brush made luxurious, this shader brush is great for applying a wash of colour all over the lid and makes eyeshadow the easiest thing ever.
Overall, I really couldn't be any more excited about these new brushes that have been added to the line up. They don't shed, are amazingly soft and transfer just the right amount of pigment for their reactive jobs. Averaging at only £6 a brush, they should be additions on all your wish lists, and I'm hoping that they come out with their rose gold versions soon.
What do you think of these?