The Color Wheel Gallery: The reverse Smoky Eye
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The Nylea Brush Set And The Reverse Smoky Eye

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I received this product for testing and review purposes.
This five piece professional make up brush is very soft and it's very classy and stylish to travel with.
The first thing I noticed about this five piece set is the case it comes in.
It is vinyl material with a zipper front pocket and then it has a snap button latch and when you open it has two flaps and your five brushes are presented in elastic loops for the protection and storage of the brushes.
I like that these brushes are dual sided and they are black and white in color.
The synthetic bristles are very soft and apply the make up very well.
There is a lot of detail on these brushes not only with the color but also with the logo and the brand Nylea name and that there are 10 brushes instead of one.
The brush set includes concealer brushes,foundation brushes, detailed pointy brushes, a flat eyeliner brush that is angled, a lip brush etc.
I feel you can almost do a whole make up look with this dual-purpose brush set.
The only thing missing was a fluffy blending crease brush but it does have the smaller brushes for detailed work to smudge the eyeshadow and place color on the lid.
In the picture below, I used most of the brushes for my makeup look.
This a good brush set to own if you are experienced in makeup because you would know how to use the detail aspect of the brush set because if you are beginner it can be confusing if you don't know what brush can be used for what purpose.
But again you can always research brushes and use them the way you feel it would work best for your makeup application.

You can get the Nylea Brush Set on Amazon for $12.99








These are my results for a Reverse Smoky Eye…

All you do to achieve this look is:
Use a lighter color on the Lid and Crease
Use Black Mascara
Line the waterline with a black pencil liner
Use a dark shadow on the Lower Lash line and smudge it
Then smoke it out by blending it
There you have it easy and quick to do!




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