Makeup brushes - Jacks Beauty Line

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    I have on several occasions received home samples of make-up brushes from Jacks Beauty Line, which are brushes handmade in Germany and designed by makeup artist Miriam Jacks. They are so incredibly beautiful!

    The brushes are hand painted and no two are alike :)

    Now I have two more that I have put to the test:


    No. 7 Line Shader Brush which is adapted to fade eye shadow and sharp edges, and No. 2 Line Eyeliner Brush which gives a thin and sharp eyeliner. Fina va? :)

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    Line Shader Brush
    However, I am not so impressed with the big Line Shader. It feels rough and almost a bit rough, like a real hair brush becomes when it is old type, a bit worn in the tops. In addition, it is made of goat hair and I personally prefer synthetic brushes.


    I use it to apply powder products on smaller areas of the face instead, e.g. light highlighter under the eyes. So it works in war but nothing I would recommend, I want soft brushes :)


    Line Eyeliner Brush
    This eyeliner brush, on the other hand, gets a big thumbs up from me! They are soft yet compact enough to provide precision. Very easy to paint with and make both thin and wide lines. Me like!

    It is also made of real hair.


    In other words, an elevator and a diss! :)

    Jack's Beauty Line varies in price, but most brushes are just over the 200 mark, but there are a few cheaper and significantly more expensive as well. You will find them all HERE.

    Hug! ♥

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    Helena Amiley
    I write mostly about beauty but also offer glimpses from the entrepreneurial life and the construction of our own camper van. Vanlife here we come!

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