I have been eyeing up the Rose Gold, Zoeva brushes for a while because they are so pretty. I already had a great selection of eye brushes, but I always found that I wished I had more… because, well why not? So I decided to buy the Rose Golden Complete Eye Set Vol 2.
They come in the beautiful faux leather makeup bag, which feels really nice quality, and acts as a matching carry case for your brushes.
The brushes I was most excited about in the set where the fluffy crease brushes, and by far the two that get the most use are the 231 Luxe Petit Crease and the 228 Luxe Crease; they work great to apply and blend shades into my crease. Another brush I have been loving is the 325 Luxe Brow Light, which I use to tidy up around my brow bone. One of my surprise favourites in the set was the 322 Brow Line brush; it works beautifully in my brow pomade, and is the perfect sturdy angled brush. It is a little long for some of the more precise areas, but you also have the 310 Spot Liner for touch ups.
The 238 Luxe Precise Shader is brilliant for highlighting your inner corner. 230 Luxe Pencil is great for adding depth to your crease or adding colour to your lower lash line. I like to use the 235 Contour Shader for a softer crease colour. The 142 Concealer Buffer is great for concealer, but also for blending in eye shadow primers or cream shadows.
The brushes that get the least use from me are; the 232 Luxe Classic Shader; this is a small flat brush, and I find I don’t have much use for it, I have larger flat brushes that I use for applying colour all over my lid. The 221 Luxe Soft Crease and 227 Luxe Soft Definer are quite similar looking brushes, I find that they are not fluffy enough to just blend but not tapered enough to apply shadows; so for me personally there are brushes I reach for much more, and these tend to get left out.
Some of these brushes have a mixture of natural and synthetic hair (you can find which by looking up the individual brushes on the Zoeva Website, then click on ‘Packaging/Content’), and I noticed that these ones are a little more sensitive to cleaning; mine dried a little ‘splayed’ out, but nothing I couldn’t fix, and there was no shedding. Read my post on how to clean your brushes here.
They quality of these brushes is great overall, I would still rate my Sigma brushes slightly higher, but only because I find the Sigma brushes a tiny bit more soft and smooth. However if you compare a Sigma eye brush set with a Zoeva eye brush set, price per brush, the Zoeva brushes are almost half the price, so totally worth the value and more!
Overall this is an extremely comprehensive eye brush set, great quality and definitely one I would recommend. I have already used these in previous videos, but this video I set myself a challenge to try and use each and every brush in the set.
What are your favourite eye brushes? Have you tried this Zoeva brush set?