It’s been a hot minute since I’ve shared an eye tutorial, and today I am doing an entire look using only the brushes in the Bdellium Tools Sultry Eyes brush set. If you aren’t familiar with the Bdellium Tools brand, I’ve reviewed them in the past and really recommend them!
I do want to briefly talk about the Sultry Eyes 5 piece brush set, since I think it’s awesome that you can get a complete look with just 5 brushes that retail for only $30 — that breaks down to $6 a brush! Comparable to ELF prices and the quality is very similar, in my opinion.
Bdellium Tools Sultry Eyes Brush Set
So in this Sultry Eyes brush set the eye brushes you get are 708, 762, 716, 777, and 783. You can purchase each of these brushes individually for between $8 – $10. And as I’ve already mentioned, purchasing this set for $30 breaks down to $6 a brush. Sweet!
I’ve been using these brushes for the past several months and can tell you they are good quality. The bristles have not shed or become loose (and I’ve washed them many times) and they feel very nice on the lid. I wasn’t sure if I was going to like the eyeliner brush, but I love how easy the slanted tip makes applying my liner. I highly recommend this set — the only thing it was missing (for me) was a big fluffy brush to blend shades together.
Fall-Inspired Copper Eyes with Makeup Geek
If you missed it I reviewed this bundle in depth last week, so I definitely recommend checking that review out if you want to hear my thoughts on this brand. But just so you know, all the shadows I use in the eye tutorial come from this palette. 🙂
1 || Use your 783 brush to warm up your crease with the shade Chickadee.
2 || Using the more precise 716 brush, deepen up the outer corner with Sidekick. Bring it about halfway into the crease.
3 || Bdellium Tools 777 brush is perfect for packing and blending on shimmer shadow. Use it to place Legend on the lid and blend it just below the crease.
4 || Taking the 716 brush again, focus the shade Bitten just in the outer “V”, using the 783 brush to help blend if needed.
5 || The 762 brush is more for liner or brows, but it can also be use to add inner corner highlight, which is how I used it to apply Magic Act. Worked great!
6 || I used my L’Oreal gel liner and the 708 brush to create a wing. Always gotta have a wing! 😀
7 || Take a makeup remover wipe and clean up the edge of your wing. This takes care of excess shadow (I am messy, haha) and any mess ups with the eyeliner. Nice and sharp now!
8 || Taking my 716 brush again with a mixture of Sidekick and Bitten, I smudged this out on my lower lash line.
That’s all there is to this look — super easy! And if this look doesn’t scream fall…I seriously don’t know what does. 😛 If you want to see anymore tutorials featuring the Bdellium Tools sultry eye brush set or the Makeup Geek Autumn Glow bundle, let me know! I LOVE embracing the fall season on my eyes! 🙂
Have you purchased from Bedellium Tools? If so, let me know what’s your favorite brush — I will add it to my wish list! 😉
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