Eye and Face Brushes
Eye and Face Brushes

Brushes are makeup artists’ tools to creating a masterpiece.

After years in the industry and working with many makeup brush brands, Laura decided to create her own brush range with some of her favourite shapes and styles, brushes she uses everyday in her work.

These are great pro brushes and also perfect for everyday use, allowing you to create a professional finish whether you are a professional or not.

All brushes are cruelty free and vegan.

Eye Brush Set (11 pcs)
£45Eye Brush Set (11 pcs)

1x The eye set includes

1x Spoolie (Brow Brush)

1x Blending Brush

1x Fluffy Blending Brush

1x Tiny Angled Brush

1x Pencil Brush

1x Mini Tapered Blending Brush

1x Angled Brow Brush

1x Flat Brush

1x Smudger Brush

1x Eyeliner Brush

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£55Face Brush Set (8 pcs)

1 x Foundation Brush

1 x Sculpting Brush

1 x Angled cheek brush

1 x Buffing Foundation Brush

1 x Concealer Brush

1 x Powder Brush

1 x Fan highlighting brush

1 x lip brush

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Face Brush Set (8 pcs)
Eye + Face Brush Twinset
£95Eye + Face Brush Twinset

Buy both brush sets and receive a discount

Travel Bag: NEW
£28.85Travel Bag: NEW

Perfect for storing your full-size beauty favourites

Keep all your beauty products in one place

Features transparent panels

Robust construction with PVC and faux leather

Easily wiped clean

Zip-up fastening

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£25Gift Certificate

Gift certificate(s) towards any of Laura Lane's services.

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Looking after your Laura Lane makeup brushes.
Wash your brushes at least once per month using shampoo, pure coconut oil, soap or baby oil for more persistent makeup.
1. Wet the brush head in lukewarm water then swirl the tip into the shampoo or soap until it lathers. Continue to swirl until all makeup is removed.
2. Rinse the brush head under running water until all detergent is removed then squeeze out the excess water.
3. Groom the tip of your brush back to it's original shape and leave on a flat surface to dry.
4. For more persistent makeup such as lipstick and eye liner, dip the tip of your brush in coconut oil and swirl over a tissue to help break down the product. Shampoo your brush as normal to remove the oil residue.
Avoid submerging the entire brush in water as this will corrode the ferrule over time.
Avoid harsh cleaning solutions as these may damage the natural brush fibres.

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