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2 distinct sides, 1 amazing makeup brush
Giving you multiple functions in one makeup brush, the dual finish blush & contour brush features a light side made with synthetic fibers and a dark side made with synthetic fibers. The patent-pending design is compatible with both liquid and powder formulas, and together they blend flawlessly for a natural makeup look with expert definition. The unique combination of fibers and compact size make this the perfect brush for applying, blending and smoothing blush, contour and more.
Use the firmer, tapered light side of the brush to apply color and cream-based products. Use the soft and fluffy darker fibers for loose and pressed powder products like blushes, bronzers, highlighters and face colors. Turn this versatile makeup brush sideways to use the two sides together as the perfect contouring tool.
Dual-ended blush and contour brush features synthetic fibers on the light side and natural fibers on the dark side
Patent-pending design is great for sweeping and contouring both cream-based and powder products like blushes, bronzers and face colors
Full size brush can be used for contouring by turning it sideways to create a defined line
Ideal brush for use with the invisible light translucent powder duo™
How to Use
Using the darker natural fibers
Sweep and blend to apply both loose and pressed powder products like blushes, bronzers, highlighters and face colors. Use with the matte side of the invisible light translucent powder duo to apply oil-absorbing powder to your t-zone.
Using the lighter synthetic fibers
Sweep and blend to apply colored and translucent face products or lightly tap to apply cream-based products. Use with the glow side of the invisible light translucent powder duo and apply to high points of the face that would naturally catch light.
Using both fibers with the brush turned sideways
The two sides of the makeup brush also play well together. Swirl the tip over just-applied makeup for superb blending, or use the tip to create a defined contour line, then blend in as desired.