Jessup Synthetic Hair Makeup Brush Contour Eyebrow Eyeliner Brush
Jessup Eyebrow brush makeup Synthetic hair Eyeliner brush Contour
Precision for liquid & cream formulas S145
S145-EXCELLENT LINE 208 :
This brush is an angled, handcrafted liner brush which fits
perfectly along the eye contour and creates precise, even lines.
Designed to be used with liquid and cream formulas and equipped
with pure synthetic hair, it expertly applies eyeliner for a
flawless glide along the lash line.
1. Features a sharp, slanted edge.
2. Precise control for anged liner.
3. Ideal for professionals salon or DIY users.
4. Easy to use and convenient to carry.
5. Each handle is made from a lightweight, sustainable source of
wood which receives 7 coats of paint, making them scratch resistant
and guaranteed to last.
6.The ferrule is made with high performance copper for durability
Perfect Makeup Tools for Home & Professional
Eco-friendly, Solid, Economical
Professional Knowledge About Brush hair.
When it comes to makeup brushes, hair type is the biggest and most
important component. In general, Makeup Brush Hair Types can be
divided into three categories: Natural Hair (Soft), Natural Bristle
(Coarse) and Synthetic (Man-made).
Natural Hair (Soft):
Only natural hair has a center structure known as the medulla.
Medulla is covered by a thick sheath called cortex and is layered
by cuticle which is like a shell of scales. The scales and hollows
in the cuticle structure are responsible for holding and trapping
whatever powders or cosmetics they picked up.So, when you press the
brush, the 'trappings' will release the powder, blush or whatever
makeup they have picked up. That is why natural hair is the best
and most preferred makeup brush hair type as it is able to deliver
and 'apply' makeup more effectively. However, the quality of
natural hair makeup brushes varies in quality depending on factors
such as hair type, type of cuts or harvesting methods used (virgin,
first-cut, second-cut or blunt-cut), climates, etc., which can
affect the availability and price.
The natural hair includes:Goat Hair,Badger Hair,Squirrel Hair,Pony
Hair,Kolinsky Sable,Weasel Hair,Red Sable,Pahmi Hair and so on.
Goat hair or 'Capra' is, another decent quality hair type and is
the most commonly used hair type in making cosmetic brushes as they
are the least costly to make as the hair is widely available. Like
all other hair types used for makeup brushes, they come in a wide
range of quality within its type. The softest goat hair is, of
course, the first-cut with the tips still intact. They are also
sometimes called 'Squirrel Substitute' or 'Squirrel Subs' for
short. Goat hair makeup brushes from lower-cut (blunt-cut) are used
in the manufacture of mass produced (not hand made), lower quality
cosmetic. The top quality goat hair type makeup brush range, is
hand-made like any other high quality cosmetic brush to preserve
their precious tips. Only handmade high quality goat hair makeup
brushes can be considered as a more affordable alternative to
Squirrel makeup brushes.
Natural Bristle (Coarse):
Bristle is naturally coarse hence more commonly used for eyebrow
groomers usually with the bristles on one side and comb on the
other. Bristle with its naturally stiff texture has a similar feel
to synthetic hair such as nylon. However, natural bristles have two
characteristics ('flag' and interlocked) that are not present in
synthetics. The first characteristic of natural bristles is that
they have 'flag' tips which just look like 'split-ends'! Second
characteristic typical of natural bristle is its interlocked
construction. Natural bristles with little flags indicate that they
have been cut hence not hand shaped.
Synthetic bristles are also available but the abovementioned flag
and interlocked characteristics are hard to copy. Moreover, they
lose their shape over time and can look like a cross between a bad
hair perm and a 'Vanilla Ice' bad cropped hair which no mouse or
gel in the world can fix!
Two most common synthetics used in makeup brushes today are Nylon
and Taklon. Unlike natural hair, nylon and taklon do not have the
scales or cuticle (see natural hair above) hence are not so
'absorbent' and will not 'trap' makeup media the way natural hair
will. As such, taklon makeup brushes, which are usually orange or
white in color, are commonly used as concealer brush or liquid or
cream foundation brush. Taklon is used as a more affordable
substitute for Sable but lacks durability as it tends to 'fan out'
and become stiffer with each use. Nylon, on the other hand, is
commonly used for eyebrow groomer or eyebrow brush as it is harder
than Taklon. Nylon is a common cheaper substitute for natural
bristles (see bristle) which are naturally stiff. But, some big
cosmetic companies are using nylon for concealer brushes, eyeliner
brushes, etc, and not as a substitute for natural bristles but for
Unlike natural hair makeup brushes, which get softer and softer
with each use, synthetic cosmetic brushes tend to get stiffer with
use. With modern advanced technology, the manufacture of synthetic
makeup brushes has become more and more sophisticated and may one
day give their natural counterparts a run for the money! But for
now, natural hair makeup brushes are still the choice of
professional makeup artists and other makeup brush connoisseurs or
makeup divas at large!