The infinity brushes are a new line of brushes that were created as a travel sized line, but don’t let their small size fool you, they have big ambitions and big payoff. The Infinity set that was offered by Hautelook is very similar to the precision brushes created by Sigma; however they are smaller and much more affordable. Precision brushes are used to create a flawless face. Each brush is designed to apply product in a very precise way in order to create the look of airbrushed skin, hence the name.
The 8 Piece set comes with 4 large and 4 smaller brushes of identical shape and function. The brushes were accompanied by a black snake skin textured cylindrical storage case. The set from Hautelook cost $29.99 plus the steep 9% California sales tax, and $5.95 shipping and handling. If one were to buy each brush individually on the Crown Brush website, it would cost about $80 plus tax, and shipping and handling.
Here are the brushes in no particular order with the suggested uses and the ones I’ve developed over months of use.
I use this brush to buff away any noticeable transitions between the foundation on my face, and the bare skin of my jaw and into my hair lines.
Because of its small size and the pointed design, I use this brush for contouring my cheeks bones and forehead.
The flat top and soft bristles makes this brush very precise in its application of liquid foundation, so I find myself using it for this purpose. However, I have also been using it for the application of highlight to my cheek bones.
I have been using this brush for powder blushes and contouring as I am not a big fan of cream blushes.
I use this brush to conceal dark under eye circles and blemishes.
I have used this to contour my nose; however, it is too large for my small nose, so I will have to find other uses for it.
I use this for the applying eye shadow primer, or for covering blemishes on the face. Even the thickest primer goes on smoothly and evenly over the eyelids. This is the only thing that works better than my own fingertips.
I have tried to use this brush for blending eye shadow; however, it is so dense that it did not distribute the color evenly. Therefore, I now use it for blending out concealer under the eyes and along the nose bridge. Also, it is ideal for contouring a small nose such as mine.