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Le Cushette Eyeshadow Brush
Le Cushette Eyeshadow Brush
Le Cushette Eyeshadow Brush

Le Cushette Eyeshadow Brush

More clarity and contrast than ever before

Our exclusively designed Le Cushette Brush features a unique cut and combination of fibers to apply eyeshadow like an expert. The pristine and silky-soft Vegan bristles are finely tapered from base to tip and pressed very tightly to deposit color with precision. The tightness of the brush allows the placement of the shadows to effervesce through each layer without cloudiness, easily and instantly framing the beauty of the eyes.

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Much like the Cushette Diamond, which is cut to more exacting standards for polish and symmetry, the arrangement of the tightly refined Vegan bristles are able to produce a much brighter result with each placement of color on the eyelid.

This unique cut works well for diffusing and pulling color outward from an area with greater precision than traditional, fluffy eyeshadow brushes that clumsily create an explosion of color around the eye area and onto the eyelashes.

Made in Japan
Vegan fibers
  • Tightly refined bristles allow for a more precise and brighter placement of color
  • Unique diamond cut shape is ideal for diffusing and blending shadow
  • Handmade in Japan by the most prestigious brush maker in the world
  • Designed to layer eyeshadow with more clarity and contrast than ever before

Pack brush with selected powder (or cream product) and apply to intended area.

For Couches de Couleur, the proprietary eyeshadow technique of Le Métier de Beauté: Once the eyeshadow powder is packed on the bristles, reverse the brush upside down on the eyelid (where the tip of the brush is pointing towards the eyelashes), and begin to deposit the color along the base of the eye.

It is important that the intensity of the color be strongest at the base, closest to the eyelashes. Once the color has been placed at the base along the eyelid, balanced from outer to inner corner, begin to drag the bristles upwards.

The color should appear to be evaporating like a little cloud of smoke from bottom to top. Continue with subsequent shades in the same method, so that the colors begin to blur together, creating an illusion of depth and mystery.

Mikey Castillo

Creative Director