Brush stand not included.
Set includes following ten brushes:
#59 – LIP & EYE PRECISION LINER
This exclusive brush tokened by Scott as the “line and define” is incredibly precise with a razor thin tip and a densely-packed synthetic fiber pack that won’t shed or change shape. This was developed as a critical detail tool demanded by the world’s top professional MUAs for lip liner and eyeliner. Designed with a slightly slanted edge (blunt angle) to reach and swipe into tight creases more effectively than a traditional straight edge and made with an ultra-thin profile, the #59 brush is the defining makeup tool for your lip lines, eye lines and all-over face precision.
#60 – LIP & EYE DUALITY LINER
A slightly thicker and rounded edge version of the #59, this brush, while still densely-packed and non-shape-shifting, provides a soft enough and thick enough rounded edge to allow “smudging.” The rounded blunt edge allows for flexibility when flicking upwards in the eye area and allows you still to smudge small spots/areas without having to switch to another brush. This brush is also incredible for filling out lips while still maintaining enough precision and edge detail. #60 is meant to be a main workhorse for your lips and eyes, especially with eyeshadow, before using the #59 to refine.
#61 – THE EYE FAN
A one-of-a-kind combination of perfect size and fanned shape, provides one of the most effective and versatile eye shadow brushes for swift and full application. This exquisite fine packed fan brush was designed for professional MUAs who prefer an eyelid brush that matches most peoples’ natural eye lid size. The brush’s thickness and firmness also finds its use as one of Scott’s beloved nose contour tools. The versatility of the #61 brush is truly understated and most admired.
#62 – EYE BLENDER
The #62 is the sister to brush #61 which matches most people’s eye lid size. The #62 fits perfectly into most eyelid creases making it an incredibly addicting tool. Its shape mimics the highlight brush #64 but simply a smaller version of it. The shape helps allow for perfect blending ‘up and out’ with precision. This brush is often tokened “the brush” because of its popular all-around use for blending and application as well as its mysteriously soft bristles. When you hold the #62, you might realize it very much resembles an actual paint brush and you the true artist.
#63 – EYE WINGER
The #63 brush with a never before seen design ‘Smokey Wing’ (patent pending) is an eye blender but with a one of a kind ergonomic winged design allowing for precision finger rolling of the brush throughout the eye lid with an anchored wrist. At its core, #63 is a precision version of the eye blender tool #62 with a design emphasis for outer eye drama. This brush is a personal favorite of Scott’s for its range of perfect sweeps, winged movements, while fitting perfectly into the natural eyelid crease. #63 may end up being your ‘go to’ eye tool once you experience Scott’s unique and inventive design.
#64 – THE HIGHLIGHTER
The #64 brush is the dream blush, highlighter and contour applicator with a tapered tip for added precision over your standard oversize blush applicator. As one of Scott’s favorites, he uses multiple #64’s as his go to for powder as well for the under and inner eye. The tightness of the highly packed tip allows for precision pressing and smudging, but the thicker base allows you to still get the fullness you are accustomed to with a blush brush. Its densely packed and blended bristle type mimics squirrel hair, which is the best texture for the most efficient makeup pickup and lay down. The #64 is a great upgrade and modernization to your existing blush, highlighter or powder brush given the added precision and pressure effect when pushing into the face.
#65 – FLAWLESS FACE
The #65 brush is Scott’s go to for shaping jawlines, laying down powder and bronzing or “toasting” the edges by your hairline. It’s a favorite to buff and refine as well. The densely packed bristles that mimic squirrel hair and the rounded off fan shape and thickness are the perfect recipe for picking up powder and bronzer with precision. In the same family as #64, #65 is also a Professional MUA favorite to have multiples of in makeup fashion environments. Often referred to by Scott as “The brush you can’t live without” the #65 is quite possibly the best you’ve ever used that you didn’t know you needed.
#66 – POWDER SHEER
The #66 brush is a highly useful powder applicator with a looser packing for those with more sensitive skin or for those who prefer a light touch while still maintaining full application. The thickness and squirrel hair like texture is a fast way to fine tune or get through a lot of real estate quickly. The #66 is unique because it leads with smaller bristles followed by the sweeping of the larger bristles behind it giving you the smoothest, non-streaking powder setting possible.
#67 – GOOD FACE
The #67 brush is a powder powerhouse great for the face, neckline, jawline, chest and shoulder. Scott frequently uses this brush to cover large areas quickly and also to stack layers of makeup below the face. With longer bristles than your average powder brush, the #67 is great for when you want a large brush you can use to apply a little pressure to without it losing its shape. The #67 brush demands attention when you pull it from your kit and pays it back with a full rich coverage you can’t find elsewhere.
The #68 brush is a foundation and multi use workhorse that was designed by Scott to include straight and wavy fibers at a longer length to pick up and apply any type of foundation, powder, cream or liquid. The application bristles are incredibly soft for a rich blend many find to die for. The bristle lengths are specially designed to make sure you are receiving maximum lay out on the skin without it soaking up too much of your makeup. The #68 is a great addition or upgrade to your brush kit as Scott relies on this brush heavily.