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The sheer number of makeup brush choices can be a little intimidating—but Antonym Cosmetics, the eco-friendly line from French-born makeup artist Valerie Giraud, has done the hard work for you. This set of essential eye brushes includes everything you absolutely need—and nothing you don’t—for perfect eye makeup every time.
I was really expecting a killer brush set, but this did nothing for me. It did a horrible job of grabbing the eye shadow and created a build up almost immediately. They shed horribly and all around not a good brush set.1
Love my brushes! They are soft and perfect for what I use them for. The fit in with my other brushes quite nicely.5
These brushes are super soft, but that's about all I like about them. My cheaper brushes pick up more pigment and blend eyeshadow much better. The brushes don't shed and seem like they'd last a long time.3
I was hesitant on purchasing the set due to the price but overall I am happy I purchased them. It includes all the needed brushes and the quality is definitely there. Only thing I would add to the set is a key to tell you what each brush is best used for, not necessary but helpful!4
i really really like these brushes. i don't normally spend much money on brushes, but came across these when i was using some redeem points i have. I HIGHLY recommend them, to anyone who needs brushes, or wants to use their points. love them, high quality too!5
I needed a good set of versatile eye brushes and this one caught my eye originally because of the pencil brush (3rd from left in picture). But I actually find myself using the large shader and the blending brush (1 and 2 from left) more than any others. Bristles are beautiful and soft, easy to clean, and I've had the brushes for more than a month now with no shedding (also, I think they're Taklon).The things I love most are the handles--they're a little heavier, a little more solid, which I actually like. I will say that I rarely use the small shader, but you might be able to chalk that up to personal preference.5