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5 Must-Have Eye Brushes

If you enjoy doing your makeup even the slightest bit, you’ve probably found that the right brushes make a world of difference!

I’ve picked 5 of my go-to eye brushes that I think every woman should own if she uses eye makeup products. I have a combination of different brushes in my makeup collection, so I think it’s fun to experiment with a variety of brands and brush styles.

In general, you can’t go wrong with a Sephora collection or Real Techniques brushes, but I’ve enjoyed Sonia Kashuk and Bare Minerals brushes as well!

More than the brand, the softness and shape make the biggest difference.

  • Classic Precision Powder Shadow Brush #61 by Sephora 1 of 5
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    A basic eyeshadow brush is something every woman should have. It's perfect for sweeping shadow across your lid, and you can even use it to concentrate a certain color on a particular area.

    By it at Sephora for  $13.00

  • Pro Angled Liner Brush #22 by Sephora 2 of 5
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    If you wear eyeliner, whether it be powder or gel, a fine angled brush is a must-have!

    Buy it at Sephora for $16.00

  • Sonia Kashuk Core Tools Pointed Blending Brush 3 of 5
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    A pointed brush like this one is perfect for blending two shadows together and softening the line between your eyeshadow and your skin. I've really enjoyed Sonia Kashuk brushes, and I especially love the price of this one!

    Buy it at Target for $3.99

  • Sonia Kashuk Tools Shader Brush 4 of 5
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    I love the handle of this brush. This is perfect for adding shadow to your lower lash line instead of liner. You can also use it on your upper lash line!

    Buy it at Target for $9.19

  • Real Techniques Fine Liner Brush 5 of 5
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    If you want to experiment with liquid or gel liner, a fine brush is key. This will allow you to control the line and even help you perfect the cat eye!

    Buy it at Target for $5.99

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