Use a trio of brushes for your eye shadow
Often, a lot of time is spent on the eyes when applying makeup, so there are also several brushes with different uses to help you complete the job. Your main eye shadow brush should have a tip a little smaller than the size of your eyelid. You want lots of soft bristles and a rounded tip. It should move smoothly over your eyelid, applying color without dragging your lid.
Shade your eye socket with an angled eye shadow brush. This brush is slightly smaller than your eye shadow brush and has an angled, pointed tip to help you reach into thedepth of your sockets to shade your eyelids.
The blending eye shadow brush has slightly looser bristles and a rounded tip useful for blending eye shadow colors or brushing a highlight onto your brow.