Royal&Langnickel's Silk Pro line "represents the pinnacle of brush quality.' Today I'm reviewing the Silk Pro C427 Dome Shadow Brush, which the brand says is "ideal for blending eyeliner into eyeshadow to create a smokey eye." This brush features "soft all natural hair gathered into a pencil shaped tip." The Silk Pro Dome Shadow Brush sells for $9.99 (I paid $3.50 at Sydney IMATS). Royal&Langnickel brushes can be bought through the brand's website (international shipping available) and a handful of beauty suppliers.
ther Royal&Langnickel tools. Royal&Langnickel isn't specific what kind of hair this brush's bristles are, however they aren't particularly soft, they're a little scratchy actually. The natural bristles are densely packed into a small, stiff tip that comes to a rounded point. This brush is prone to shedding, I lose at least one bristle each time I use it. On top of that, there are quite a few splayed and displaced bristles. The C427 Dome Shadow Brush doesn't wash well, it sheds quite a bit, though it does dry quickly.