Zoeva Brushes

I also bought my two first Zoeva Brushes a few days ago. I must admit, that you totally feel the difference to my previous cheaper brushes. Not only that the feeling on the skin is much softer, but also the application of make-up works better and more evenly.
Firstly I bought a Foundation Brush (103), secondly a powder brush (106)
Description of Douglas
103:
“The vegan Foundation Brush by Zoeva enables a precise application and blending with its small, tapered head. The soft bristles of Taklon-No. 103 Defined Buffer are ideally suited for an evenly covering make-up finish. “
106:
“The Powder No. 106 of Zoeva is a wonderfully soft, hand-made powder brush that easily let you apply any kind of powder products, and can so fix the makeup. The soft, vegan Taklon bristles are attached airy and round and distribute both loose and pressed powder evenly and velvety. “
Even the washing of both brushes is very easy and comfortable. I am absolutely thrilled and I’ll probably change gradually my whole brush assortment into Zoeva brushes.
What brushes do you use?
I had been thinking long if I should take brushes of real techniques, but I liked the simple design better than the bright colours of Real techniques. Technically I think both brands are equally good. What’s your opinion?
Sassi

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One comment on “Zoeva Brushes

  • Ich besitze eine kleine Mischung aus No Name Pinseln, Pinseln von Fräulein 38 und ein paar von Nanshy (12er Set). Zum Foundation auftragen bevorzuge ich allerdings dem Schwamm von Real Techniques oder dem Beautyblender.
    Die Zoeva Pinsel stehen definitiv auf meiner Wunschlist, dein Post hat es mal wieder bestätigt, dass die Zoeva Pinsel in der Qualität und insgesamt Preis-Leistung kaum zu toppen sind… Liebe grüße Anna http://rotkaeppchensblog.blogspot.de/