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Brittany Cosmetics

Blush Makeup Brush - Large

Blush Makeup Brush - Large

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Blush Makeup Brush - Large

COLOR: Black BRAND: Brittany Cosmetics BEST FOR: Blusher

HOW TO USE

  1. Start by gently swirling the brush in the blush compact or pan.
  2. Then, tap off any excess blush from the brush before lightly sweeping it across your cheekbones.
  3. Use a light hand and build up the color for a more natural-looking blush.

FEATURES

  • Can be used with powder, cream, and liquid formulas
  • The makeup brush is soft and smooth, tight, and not easy to fall off.
  • With a peculiar design, it could suitably fit many ways of facial makeup.
  • Easy to wash after usage

INGREDIENTS

100% synthetic bristles and cruelty-free No harm ingredients

BRUSH CARE GUIDE

  • Clean regularly. Gently clean your makeup brushes with warm water and a gentle shampoo such as baby shampoo.
  • A mild soap can also be used. Rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water and lay your brushes flat on a clean towel to air dry.
  • Before use, ensure the brushes are dry and free from bacteria. To make sure they are clean, apply a small amount of alcohol on the bristles and allow them to sit for a few minutes before wiping them off with a clean cloth.
  • Store your brushes in a dry place. Storing your brushes in a proper makeup case ensures that they do not accumulate dust or debris. Don’t store them in the bathroom as moisture can damage the bristles.
  • Replace your brushes periodically. Replace your makeup brushes on a regular basis. Keep an eye on the condition of the bristles and if they are showing signs of wear, replace them as soon as possible.
  • Be gentle when using your brushes. Brushes are made from delicate fibers and should always be handled with care.
  • Do not scrub too hard and be extra gentle with eye makeup brushes.

HOW TO CLEAN

  1. Start by wetting the bristles with warm water.
  2. Add a small amount of brush cleaner to the bristles and massage them into a lather.
  3. Rinse the bristles with warm water and allow the brush to air dry.
 

FAQs'

What does a taper blush brush mean? A taper blush brush is a makeup brush used to apply blush. It is characterized by soft, tapered bristles that are slightly pointed and densely packed, allowing for a precise and even application of blush. Are blush brushes plastic? No, blush brushes are usually made from synthetic or natural hair bristles. Can you apply cream blush with a brush? Yes, you can apply a cream blush with a brush. Be sure to use a blush brush with soft, dense bristles or a synthetic brush specifically designed for cream blush to ensure a smooth and even application. How to apply cream blush with a brush?
  • Start by tapping some cream blush onto the back of your hand to remove the excess product and warm up the product before application.
  • Using a stippling brush, dab the bristles of your brush onto the cream blush, and pick up a small amount of product while ensuring the bristles are evenly coated.
  • Starting from the center of your cheeks, carefully apply the blush in circular motions, and blend the product outward. Make sure you don't layer too much product.
  • Use a clean blending brush to soften the edges and blend the cream blush into your foundation.
How to apply blush without a brush? If you don't have a brush, you can use a sponge, cotton pad, or your fingers to apply blush. To apply blush with a sponge, dip the sponge into the blush and slowly start blending the color onto the apples of your cheeks. To apply with a cotton pad, dab the cotton pad in the blush and pat it onto the cheeks. To apply with your fingers, press the blush between your index finger and thumb, then tap it onto the apples of your cheeks. Can you use the same brush for blush and bronzer? No, it is not recommended to use the same brush for both blush and bronzer. Different types of brushes are designed specifically for different types of makeup products and using the wrong brush can lead to an uneven, unblended finish.
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