Having reviewed the Jane Iredale Detail Brush, I am here today to share my views on Jane Iredale Crease Brush. It looks professional, feels luxurious and is made of natural goat hair. To know more about this crease brush, please continue reading.
Price: £12.80, after discount
Designed to fit into the crease of the eye and result in a perfectly blended shadow. Shaped like a small dome with a point. A soft, long, tapered eye shadow brush made of goat hair. Thinner than the eye contour brush; use when you want to make up the eye with more definition. This product is gluten free, does not contain wheat. However it is not vegan, it is made of goat hair.
My Experience with Jane Iredale Crease Brush:
Jane Iredale Crease Brush is made of goat hair and comes with a cream coloured wooden handle and a metal-grip. It comes packed in a thin plastic cover which is not very appealing. This product is gluten free; does not contain wheat. However it is not vegan, the brush bristles are made of goat hair.
Recently, I bought some Jane Iredale Brushes, one of them being a crease brush. This is a new addition to my makeup kit; it’s my first crease brush. To create a smoky look and give more definition to my eyes, I picked this brush. Jane Iredale crease brush is a long, dome shaped brush with a tapering pointed end, made to fit in to the crease of the eye. It enables precise application of eyeshadow into the crease and easy blending of shades to give a defined look to my eyes.
It is made of natural hair so the bristles are very soft to touch and feel. It does not hurt or irritate my sensitive skin near the eye contour area. I use this crease brush to apply eyeshadow into my crease. I also use it to blend two shades; lighter and darker to create a smoky look. This crease brush perfectly blends the shades and gives a perfect definition to my eyes.
I clean this brush after every use with a dry tissue and if required with a cleansing wipe. I make it a point to clean it with a cleansing wipe every week or once in two weeks and with a brush cleanser once a month. Some of my brushes made of natural hair have shed a hair or two when cleansed, but this brush has not shed a hair till date nor lost its shape and texture. It has retained its shape even after few washes and the texture is still soft and applies smoothly. I have used this brush for applying and blending dry eyeshadow. The metal-grip enables firm grip and smooth blending. Overall, I am quite excited with my new pick.
Pros for Jane Iredale Crease Brush:
• Long, tapered brush made of goat hair.
• Designed like a small dome with a tapering point to fit into the crease of the eyes.
• Helps apply eye shadow into the crease and blend two shades.
• Can be used for creating a smoky look and define eyes.
• Texture is soft and smooth.
• Blends eye shadow perfectly and comfortably.
• Soft bristles made of natural hair does not hurt or irritate the sensitive skin near my eye contour area.
• Does not lose its shape or texture, even after regular cleansing.
• Metal grip enables firm grip and smooth blending.
• Looks professional and feels luxurious.
Cons for Jane Iredale Crease Brush:
• None in my opinion.
IMBB Rating: 5/5
Would I Recommend Jane Iredale Crease Brush?
Would I Repurchase Jane Iredale Crease Brush?
Yes, if required.
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