Jishaku #8: Medium Point Shader is an eye shading brush made with natural grey squirrel bristles. The softly pointed shape makes it Rae’s first choice for an all-around blending brush. Created by makeup artist Rae Morris in collaboration with master brushmakers in Japan.
Blend, shape, and shade all types of eye shadow into the socket or over the eyelid.
“This is the brush I pick up when doing a killer smoky eye. Use it with a darker eye shadow and blend it into the base eye shadow.”
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I ordered this brush along with the Sonia G crease one.
My initial thoughts when comparing the two were that they were the same size and similar in softness. Rae Morris is grey squirrel and Sonia G’s is blue squirrel. I was so sure I would return the Rae Morris because they were seemingly the same brush? After using the two for a week, I actually use them for two different purposes. The Rae Morris is oh so slightly softer, which might just feel that way because it is fluffier than Sonia G’s crease one. Sonia G is more densely packed and definitely picks up more product than the Rae Morris.
This brush feels so good for smoking out the bottom lash line and gives the most perfectly blended out look without having to pull on my delicate under-eye area. I’m reaching for this brush for any eye look I am doing. Whether it’s to do a precise application in my crease or outer-v without picking up too much pigment. I love this brush. My only complaint about it is that I don’t think the handle is well balanced. It’s really light and almost feels like it might be hollow. I think Tom Ford brushes are perfectly weighted and have that luxurious feel you want from a brush in this price point. I’ve actually dropped this Rae Morris a couple times because it is so light. Other than the “feel” of the brush in my hand, the performance is amazing.
I have comparison shots of the Tom Ford pencil, Chikuhodo Takumi T-8 small eyeshadow, Sonia G Crease One, and the Rae Morris. The Tom Ford was put in there just as a reference for size.