|L-R: Blush Brush, Concealer Brush(studio line), Concealer Brush (essential line), Eyeshadow "C" brush, Contour Eye brush, smudge brush (essential line)|
They came packaged in their own individual plastic case and the blush brush had it's own little cover on it:
|Blush brush with plastic cover|
|Without plastic cover|
This is a very soft, round brush. It's not too densely packed and seems as though it would be perfectly packed for a nice even application of blush to the apples of the cheeks. Would more then likely be very useful for contouring as well. It has a slightly pointed tip for a more precise application but fluffy enough to blend the color out.
|Eyeshadow "C" Brush|
This brush is also incredibly soft. Surprisingly it's not as densely packed as the same brush from the essential line. I still think it will work nicely to pack on color to the lid as well as smudge colors in the crease. It has a nice "C" shape at the top and seems to be firm enough to get the job done.
|Contour brush (for the eye)|
|Concealer Brush (studio line)|
This is the only brush that I have a duplicate of. I had received it with my brush set from the essential line. It's supposed to be a concealer brush but it is WAY too tiny for that unless you're only covering a tiny little blemish. BUT I found it to be very useful for filling in my eyebrows. I bought a duplicate to do tiny work work on the eyes. the corners of my lids are kind of hard to get into as well as for the work on the tear duct. Any small area that is difficult to get into with a regular brush. But this way I can use one just for my eyebrows and one for other eye work. Its very stiff and rounded at the top. I found the individual one to not be quite as stiff as the one from the full set
As I said, I haven't really used any of these brushes (other the the essential line concealer brush), so I don't have any information on how well they work for application. But I thought I would give a haul and description of each brush in case anyone is interested.