One Look, One Week of Reviews; Inglot and Artdeco Brushes & Revlon Mega Multiplier Mascara

To continue with my One Look, One Week of Reviews, I’ll be sharing my thoughts on the mascara and the brushes I used. If you’re not sure what I’m referring to, check out this link here to see the look I created.

I wanted to review the eye brushes I used. I shared my purchase of Inglot brushes in my post September Shopping, Inglot Haul. Now, these brushes have quickly become my go-to brushes when applying eye makeup. I’m super impressed with them.

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The 10S blending brush is so precise so I use it whenever I define the crease. I used it in the eye look I created for this series by building the darker olive shades into the crease after applying the transition shades. The brush is really sturdy but soft against the skin and it really helps to define anything I do in the outer crease while blending the colour perfectly.

The 26P shadow brush is just the cutest and perfect brush for packing on shimmer shades all over the lid. It’s thin and dense so it easily picks up eyeshadow. Since the brush is small I can control where I place the colours. It’s my new favourite shader brush because it makes eyeshadow application so easy.

The 4SS blending brush is a super fluffy and large brush. I used it in my look to blend out the outer edge of my eyeshadow so that it looked more diffused. I really didn’t think this would make a big difference in my eye look but it does. What’s nice about this brush is that it can also double as a highlighter brush because it’s so big.

My most versatile brush is one I purchased and shared in my April Shopping Haul. It’s the Artdeco Blending Brush. This one is both fluffy and flat making it useful as both a blending brush and shader brush. I used this to blend out my transition colour in my crease and then used it to apply some of the matte shadows onto my eyelid.

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Another product I used in my one look is the Revlon Mega Multiplier Mascara in Blackest Black*. I received this product from the Revlon Color Stay All Day event I attended over the summer. I enjoy the tapered cone shape of the brush because it reaches the very inner edge of my lashes. I have a lot of control with the brush and can coat the outer edge of my lashes to create a flirty look. This is a good everyday mascara for me to wear without a liner.

I’m really happy with the eye tools I picked up recently. Have you tried any of these items?

Tomorrow I’ll be sharing my foundation review so look out for that!

Lots of Love,
Dal

Items with * were received via PR. All opinions are honest and my own.
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8 thoughts on “One Look, One Week of Reviews; Inglot and Artdeco Brushes & Revlon Mega Multiplier Mascara

  1. I am looking for a mascara that does not budge at all even during the really hot Australian months. Does the Revlon Mega Multiplier Mascara stay on, not melt, and not make you look like a raccoon. I usually love mascaras in the winter but as soon as it gets to summer I end up looking like a panda by noon!

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    • Hi! Sorry! Your comment was sitting in pending on the blog. If I’m correct, this mascara isn’t waterproof. It does tend to flake on me towards the end of the day so I doubt it would be good in the heat. The Essense Princess Lash has the same brush style but I think the formula is better. I don’t have any issues with it. I’m not sure if it’s waterproof but it’s affordable if you wanted to give it a try.

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