Colorbar Angled Angel Eye Defining Brush Review

Colorbar Angled Angel Eye Defining Brush Review

Colorbar Angled Angel Eye Defining Brush Review



The 3-in-1 multitasking brush that is an eye makeup essential. The fine but firm angled tip defines eyes with cream and powder eyeshadows, applies liquid and gel eyeliners with ease, and even fills in brows in an emergency.The well-packed synthetic fibers works easily with powders, gels and pencils and blends for a natural finish.The slanted, slender shape can create bold, defined lines with eyeliner and eyebrow pencils.

Price: INR 250



My Experince

So along with the lip brush, I picked this one too, though I have a couple of angled brushes, from Vega an from some random brush kits I might have gotten free with makeup, those angled brushes have gone old, but work just fine, I thought for under 250 rupees, why not try this one.

Colorbar Angled Angel Eye Defining Brush Review

Colorbar Angled Angel Eye Defining Brush Review

This is not pink thankfully, it is a mild orange and it is the right size,i love the white handle too an the seal-able pouch it comes with, you should not discard it and use it like a brush guard to store and carry your brushes, its very useful or else it has happened to me the bristles of the brush sometimes bend for eternity.

The brush is neither too big nor too small, it is right for eyeliner, for eyebrows and for shadow crease work or for using the shadow on the outer v at an angle. I like the name angled angel, I like how they have taken efforts to name the brushes like fabulips lip brush and so on.

The bristles are dense but they are not stiff, I don’t know I might have wanted a stiffer brush but this is fine too,it is very much like other angle brushes you might have used but kudos to colorbar to bring out some basic brushes that are not so bad in quality, if you buy some basic ones for blush, angle, lip and foundation then I think you are more or less sorted and these also will look so synchronized on your vanity, with all the white and pink and orange going on.

Colorbar Angled Angel Eye Defining Brush Review

Colorbar Angled Angel Eye Defining Brush Review

The bristles are soft, as in when you apply the product,they bend, unlike the stiff lip brush,i am liking it a lot for filling eyebrows, and i am also liking it for corner of the eye, like if you want you can fill in some darker color in the outer v with this at an angle, tap some brighter color on the lid, and then if you wish even line very close to the lashes with this one.Now for lining I think it is better than it is soft and bends to our comfort.

I have washed it and have seen no change, no color or bristle shedding, lay it flat to dry and let it dry thoroughly it regains it shape, it was never so dense so it looks pretty much the same and I have not used it long enough to see how the handle lasts, most brushes handles crack over time but this one looks sturdy, can’t say how it goes later.

Colorbar Angled Angel Eye Defining Brush Review

Colorbar Angled Angel Eye Defining Brush Review

I think for the cost, having an angle brush is a necessity, for liner, may be shadow and for the brows too, I think we could keep more than 2 as well if you really like to use them as liner brushes, can’t really keep washing and using but personally I don’t like to line with it, I like to use it for angled shadow or for brows, but overall if you dont have an angle brush, you can get this, yes you might want it to be more dense I think 😛


My Rating4

Nothing to rave about, it is pretty okay and functional, not too great and not bad either. Pretty much like other angled brushes I have used but this one looks prettier.


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