E824 - BLENDING BRUSH
- 20.00 LYD
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- 20.00 LYD
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What is it?
A small tapered blending brush suitable for the gentle application of all-over eyeshadow and blending colors into the eyelid crease. The soft, bouncy bristles allow a blurring of sharp lines for a gradual transition of color across the lid. The bristles work beautifully with all formulations – liquid, cream and powder.
How to use
The brush applies small amounts of concealer in awkward spaces under the eyes and around the nose with a gentle dab. Loading the tip with color gives you an ideal crease brush – gently work the shade along the crease, coloring and blending for a soft natural look. Sometimes we apply too much eyeshadow – the soft bristles are perfect for lifting and dispersing this to achieve the right coverage.
A quality blending brush is perfect for creating a gradation of color across the eyelid, but you must use the right technique. When blending face powder, we use light, airy sweeps of the brush. Gradations between colors need precision blending with small circular movements on the color boundaries.
If the eyeliner is wobbly and you haven’t got the time or don’t want to start again, then use this blending brush to smudge the line along the lashes for a softer look.
Brush head: 0.4.”/10mm
Handle:0.3”x 4.7.”/7.6mm x 119mm
Brush head: Premium natural cruelty-free 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.