Zoeva #new8brushes

New year, new brushes! I posted a picture on Instagram a few weeks ago now of these gorgeous brushes and everyone seemed very eager and excited to find out what they were like so here we are today with a review for you all. I have been using these brushes for a few weeks now and I have definitely got my favourites so I’m going to tell you all about them, first of all these are the New 8 brushes by Zoeva, this now means that Zoeva now have 50 professional tools in their collection which is amazing and all so affordable which is fantastic. You can see me using the brushes in my most recent Get ready with me video here. 
107 Powder Polish £14.50
The largest brush in the new collection and is used to apply powder foundation and loose powders. The brush is densely packed and very soft on the skin, I have personally been using this brush to buff in my liquid foundation and it has been working a treat. For me it’s a little too dense to apply loose powder as I really like to dust powder onto the skin rather than press into but I can see how it works for powder foundation and it’s a very nice brush overall.
109V Face Paint £11
Well hello perfect contour brush! As you can imagine I was most excited about this brush, I have been on the look out for something that I can use to perfect my contouring and I think this does just that. The flat and square design ensures you capture all contouring areas and creates the illusion of a natural shadow beautifully, it works well with both powder and liquid products.
112 Face Curve £11
This flat curved foundation brush is another great brush, it’s uniquely pointed which is great to get into those harder to reach areas around the eyes and I also find this is another great brush for contouring and blending out the contour. I prefer to use this as a contour brush rather than foundation just because I find it does tend to give me a bit of a streaky finish if used to apply foundation however  it’s still nice to blend and use on areas such as the nose, eyes and mouth.
114 Face Focus £11
The Face Focus brush is a flat flame shaped highlighter brush it’s just perfect for blending out concealer where you’ve highlighted and it’s also really nice to use when setting with a powder. I don’t use it for both but my preferred way to us this brush is to blend out my highlight and concealer it’s so soft and great on delicate areas it’s also great for touch ups thought the day.
129 Luxe Fan £9.50
It’s no secret I love a fan brush, but up until now I had only used large fan brushes which were great but until I used this I never realised how great a small fan brush is. This is a fab multi use brush, I use it to apply powdered highlighter, bronzer, blush and it’s also great for dusting off any loose eyeshadow that may have fallen during application. It’s a great brush that doesn’t over apply product, in-fact it adds the perfect amount.
220 Luxe Grand Shader £7.50
Hi there huge shader brush! I have to say this is one of the biggest eye brushes I own, I was a little worried about it being too big and getting product everywhere but it’s actually made eyeshadow application easier, I use this to apply shadow to the lid then grab a blending brush to blend out any harsh lines and it works a treat.
310 Spot Liner £6
Now we are on the opposite scale of the brush size situation, this is the smallest eye brush I own! The spot liner has been created to add definition to the lash line with ease, you can use liquid and powder products using this baby and it’s perfect for those who really have an eye for detail.
325 Luxe Brow Light £6.50
Another great flat brush, this is perfect for adding highlight to the brow bone one swipe and your done! It’s super soft and all in all a really great brush to add to your collection as it adds just enough product to the brow bone without over doing it.
Well done Zoeva you have done it once again, great collection that’s not only affordable but a joy to use.
Which brush stands out for you and which one will you be picking up?

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