E802 - LARGE CREASE BRUSH
- 20.00 LYD
- سعر التخفيض
- 20.00 LYD
- سعر القطعة
What is it?
An ideal crease brush with extra dense vegan bristles in a compact round shape for blending eyeshadow and applying color in the crease. The high-quality premium Du-Pont fibers are perfect for working with cream, powder and liquid. The durable copper ferrule holds the bristles to maintain the ideal dome-shaped head, and the wooden handle is a great length for comfortable use.
How to use
The brush head shape makes precise color placement in the crease effortless - load the tip of the brush with color and glide the bristles along the crease, first one way and then the other. The tip deposits the color, and the soft outer bristles blend. The soft dome shape makes this a multi-purpose blending brush for transitioning between colors or an even all-over blend on the lid.
Application of color into the awkward eye crease can make a face look expertly made up and flawless. Use the right technique for a smokey effect. Apply color with precision and care using the tip of the brush to pick up and place the crease line. Along the eyelid crease, use a gentle back and forth sweeping motion for the hazy smokey look. For a bold crisp defined look, use the tip to apply color in a precise sweep in one direction.
Brush head: 0.5.”/12.6mm
Handle: 0.3”x 4.7.”/7.6mm x 119mm
Brush head: Vegan nanofiber bristles.
How to Clean Your Make Up Brush
Step 1: Lay the brush face down with its bristles closest to running warm water. Pinch the bristle fibers and gently squeeze any makeup residue or excess water.
Step 2: Place a dime-sized dollop of olive oil (for natural bristles) and mild soap onto your palm or apply directly to the bristles after running under medium warm water to remove excess makeup.
Step 3: Massage the brush bristles onto the soap solution on your palm while letting water run through the bristles. Move the brush bristles in a soft gentle circular motion.
Step 4: Once the running water through the bristles become clear, stop the water. Make sure you’re not submerging the bristles or getting the ferrule wet
Step 5: Using a towel, softly squeeze out whatever excess water is left in the brush. Air dry the bristles in an area with free flowing air.