F602 - LARGE KABUKI POWDER BRUSH
- 40.00 LYD
- سعر التخفيض
- 40.00 LYD
- سعر القطعة
What is it?
This brush has a large head for lightly dusting on powder for foundation, blush, and sparkle. The brush head is dome-shaped and perfect for picking up powder and applying it as a light covering for that fresh barely made-up look. The bristles are held firmly in place with a robust and beautiful copper ferrule and retain their shape after many washes.
How to Use
The many soft natural bristles allow the application of powder evenly over the whole face giving a sheer finish. You can use it to apply a gentle blush across the cheeks or highlighter, bronzer and setting powder with a soft touch.
The beautifully designed brush functions as an expert tool for applying powder over your face. Turn the brush through 90° and you will spot that the bristles form a slope. Load your brush with foundation and take advantage of the extra surface in contact with your skin to lay a smooth base.
As a final touch, finish your face with a soft light dusting of powder to “set” your look and extend the life of the foundation for less touching up during the day.
Brush head: long, 1.9.”/48.26mm
Handle: 0.7” x 3.9”/17.7mm x 99mm
Brush head: Premium cruelty-free natural 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.