Brush 14 Dual-Ended Firm Detail Brush$18
About the Brush 14 Dual-Ended Firm Detail Brush
A tapered, angled brush with firm synthetic fibers, ideal for detailing and creating hair-like strokes.
Why It's Special
- Dual-sided with a perfectly-sized soft spoolie for softening and blending
- Applies and blends color smoothly and undetectable
How To Use
Use to apply the product to brows, and its custom spoolie end to blend for a flawless finish.
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If you are less than completely satisfied with your purchase, you may return your order within 60 days (from the delivery date) for a full refund. We'll cover the cost of return shipping within the U.S..
Reviewsdeanna s. Jul 25, 2017
Perfect Brow Brush
This is probably my fav brow brush hands down. I have used others before that were just too dense and there was too much brush and not tapered enough. This brush is the perfect size and it is super tapered to create precise brows if that is what you are into. I literally paint my brows on with the Dip Brow and this brush with the Dip Brow is Iconic.5 found this helpful.TeamMonica O. May 30, 2018
You'll never go back to another brush!
I have tried plenty of eyebrow brushes from different brands and don't get me wrong, they get the job done, but not as well as the #14 from ABH. This brush is literally the best I have ever used!
This brush is so slim and is stiff enough to really mimic hair-like strokes on the eyebrows, which really makes my brows look so natural when using a powder or pomade product to define them.
The size of the brush makes it easy to use and feels so comfortable to hold in my hand. Plus having the added spoolie on the opposite end is extremely convenient for blending. I don't have to worry about fussing around, trying to find a separate brush to blend with.
The firm synthetic bristles are easy to clean in between applications, which really makes it convenient for me when I am switching from powder to cream products.
If you are struggling to find the perfect precision tool for your brows... look no further than the ABH #14. You won't regret it!2 found this helpful.Rachael J. Jan 27, 2018
ONLY BROW BRUSH ILL EVER USE
My friend got this for me along with dipbrow years ago and unfortunately it broke after 2yrs (mind you I throw it in my purse often so it’s not surprising). I’ve bought at least 10 brow brushes after my #14 broke and NONE compared (not even the ABH #12). I finally ordered 2 online. If you want thin hair-like stroke, precise brows, and a spoolie that’s dense with the perfect stiff-softness ratio, this is the brush for you.2 found this helpful.Dawn P. Apr 25, 2018
Great brush, worth the price
Having lost most of my eyebrows about 10 years ago due to chemo, what little eyebrows grew back are very light and sparse. I have been trying all the pomades, powders, pencils etc and , after seeing all the reviews on the Anastasia Dip Brow, decided to give it a whirl. I'll post the review for that under the product. I do have an eyebrow brush, but figured I would try this one as it got good reviews and it did not disappoint. You only need a small amount of product and I was able to create fine hair like lines, to fill in where I don't have any and then used the spoolie side to blend any lines that were too dark. This brush is definitely worth the money and I love it.Katerina T. Aug 17, 2019
I like really thin, hair like lines and this brush just wasn’t giving it to me. I already have dark, thick brows so I only need a little outlining and filling in and this brush really paints it on. I tried to get the brush hairs to be really thin and hold together but they just kept separating. I’m used to using a sharp, firm pencil to line and fill in my brows so I figured there would be a learning curve but after quite a bit of practice I just found that a small eye liner brush works best. The spooly at the other end gets an A+, it’s a spooly, it does its job. But I wouldn’t pay $18 for a spooly.