celebrating tsukimi (autumn moon-viewing day)
BRUSHES TO CREATE A SMOKEY, shimmery EYE LOOK
Tsukimi means 'moon viewing' in Japanese, and is an autumn tradition that's been celebrated since the Heian era (794-1185). At the time, aristocrats would recite poetry under full moon, which is believed to be its fullest and most beautiful mid-September. Tsukimi is honored by holding parties to view the harvest moon, decorating houses with susuki (Japanese pampas grass) and eating tsukimi dango (rice dumplings) to celebrate the beauty of the moon.
This collection covers larger brushes for base color; smaller-medium brushes for applying outer-v's, more precision work & packing color; eyeliner and shadow-liner brushes for applying and smudging lines; blenders to smooth everything together; and brushes that are ideal for applying shimmery shadows.
BRUsHES FOR LAYING DOWN BASE COLOR
Brushes with bristles 15mm and longer, ideal for laying down foundation color of the surface of the eyelid. To create the base and depth for your smokey eye.
BRUSHES FOR outer-v and crease
Smaller and medium flat and pencil-shaped brushes that are ideal for more precision work and packing color.