E826 - NOSE SHADOW BRUSH
- 20.00 LYD
- سعر التخفيض
- 20.00 LYD
- سعر القطعة
What is it?
A professional contouring brush for the lips, eyes, and nose working with all formulations – powder, mineral or cream. The silky vegan fibers have a pointed tip for precision use with supporting longer, softer fibers for blending. The ideal brush head for all your contouring needs.
How to use
The brush head is the perfect shape for accessing awkward areas of the face like the sides of the nose, inner corners of the eye and beneath the eyebrow. Use the brush to apply shade to both sides of the nose and blend to enhance the shape of your nose with subtle emphasis. The brush is useful for applying highlighter to the brow bone and dark color eye shadow to the inner corner of the eyelid to promote a deep and mysterious look.
Contour the nose by applying darker shades to the sides and highlighter or lighter tones to the top of the nose. If you dislike the width of the tip of your nose, you can slim it down by using an optical illusion. Use a line from the brow to the inner corner of the eye to the tip of the nose (as a “V” or downward-facing arrow) as a contouring guide. Dark shades on the outside of the “V” and light on the inside enhances and slims the appearance of the nose tip.
Brush head: 0.6.”/15.2mm
Handle:0.4”x 4.7.”/10mm 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.