Tesshu Collection Make Up Brushes: Eye Shadow Brush & Shadow Under Liner Brush

I have reviewed Tesshu or Tesshyu brushes before and found them to be gorgeous, a real investment.
A few months go I invested in the non portable versions of their brushes, the Shadow Under Liner Brush (for under the eyes and also great for tight lining) and Eye Shadow Brush Large:
    Tesshu Collection Make Up Brushes Eye Shadow Brush Shadow Under Liner Brush
    The brushes come in plastic packaging – quite swish really! They are blue handled – there is also a more expensive red handle range.

These brushes have quite long handles I’ve noticed. They are plastic but feel high quality and are nice to hold:

    Tesshu Collection Make Up Brushes Eye Shadow Brush Shadow Under Liner Brush 1

The Shadow Under Liner brush looked interesting because I have a thing for good lining brushes that are quite firm.

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Using weasel hair which has tension, Tesshu Collection Make-up Shadow Under Liner Brush allows you to realize clear colors, especially in areas such as under the eye, which is delicate and requires a detailed touch with a small brush.

Who knew weasels had such firm hair!

This brush is great for under the eye, when you want to add a slight shadow and also for tight lining (lining under the lashes) with a gel liner.

From the side you can see how it holds together – it really keeps its shape, which is great:

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Love this brush! Can’t fault it.

Then there is the large eyeshadow brush.  This is a super soft, super fluffy brush which is great for applying a base colour all over.

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Top quality, very tender eyeshadow large brush that provides a subtle touch to your delicate eyes. Even though it is large, its extremely fine squirrel hair allows you to carefully apply color on your sensitive eyelids. Made from pine tree squirrel hair, this is a large brush with a smooth touch.

I find this brush a little bit odd as it is basically the same colour as my cat.

Apart from that – this is the softest, fluffiest brush I have EVER owned.  No it’s not really for blending (its so huge!) it’s not really for application (it’t quite a lose bristle) but its great for those all over lid washes.

I love it. It’s softer than a babies butt, not that you’d want to wipe a babies’ butt on your eyes.

From the side:

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With Tesshu brushes, you don’t even have to think about things like fraying, moulting, etc. etc. it’s a given that this sort of shoddy stuff doesn’t happen with his brushes. They’re just lush.

Shame the range of Tesshu brushes are so small or I’d collect more and more, slowly. I guess he chooses quality and need over quantity. Love these brushes very much.

What is your favourite make up brush?

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