Jishaku #6.5: Angle Eye Blender is an eye blending brush made with natural goat sokoho bristles. The curved bristles get deep into the curves of the eye socket, making it especially helpful for hooded, deep-set, or larger eye shapes. Created by makeup artist Rae Morris in collaboration with master brushmakers in Japan.
Blend eye shadow that has already been applied to the socket up into the browbone. Use it with a matte brown shade that’s slightly darker than your skin to define the shape of the socket.
“This brush is designed for when you want to apply the perfect blended eye socket—the ultimate eye brush for blending.”
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This is the best under eye concealer/highlight brush. It is angled, to mimick a fingertip, so it blends concealer (Tarte Shape Tape, etc) outwards flawlessly. Rae Morris brushes are pricey, but are so unique, effective, sturdy, and beautifully made, they are worth the investment.
THE BEST!!!!! BEST!!!!!! Blending brush that i have ever had!!!! Soft hair, easily to blend. It's a amazing product and perfecly to hooded eyes. I also use it for lower lash line blending, it performs a very nature and beautiful result. Highly recommended!!!
This brush has been on my radar for the longest time but I’ve spent too much of my coins on Sonia G brushes so the price of this brush without discount seems pretty steep. When Beautylish held their summer sale, I bought it right away and it was the best purchase ever!
I own Rae Morris Jishaku 18.1 mascara applicator and it was divine! Then came along this angled blender. This brush has dethroned some of my trusty Sonia G and Wayne Goss brushes in just span of days.
I use this everyday since I received it. This brush works well for blending, applying base/wash of color, and gently patting color on my slightly puffy hooded monolid. It blends out powders and cream smoothly and left behind no residue at my fine crows feet.
The brush is bigger than your average blender brush but still fit to dip comfortably into tiny pans like the Charlotte Tilbury quads. I use this with everything. Natasha Denona, Viseart, Pat McGrath, Surratt, Charlotte Tilbury, Suqqu, Tom Ford powder/cream. I even use this blender brush as highlighter brush with my Westman Atelier Peau de peche and give a beautiful, natural diffused glow.
The shape and density of the brush also helps depuff my lids, kind of act as eyelid massage as I glide base color back and forth. It also blends out harsh lines with perfection. Washed it twice since I received it and have zero shedding. It’s a well crafted product.
Usually I dock a star for price but I got this brush on sale so no complaints. And I’d gladly paid full price for brush of this quality. With that being said, I hope Beautylish doesn’t read this and think hmm a customer said she’s willing to pay full price, maybe we should not include Rae Morris in any of our sales or beauty boxes in the foreseeable future.
Seriously, I will pay full price for this angled blender brush and the mascara brush if I’m getting a backup which I’m already planning when its restocked.