N° 1 Powder Brush$65
About No. 1 Powder Brush
Perfect for pressed and loose powders, this fluffy, dome-shaped powder brush disperses product evenly across your face skin, ensuring that you get a smooth, airbrushed finish every time. Cruelty-free, extra-velvety Taklon bristles glide over skin without scratching or redistributing layers of makeup underneath.
Why It's Special
- Ultra-soft, PETA-approved Taklon bristles pick up and distribute product evenly across the skin and last longer than natural bristles
- The weighted metal handle adds just the right amount of weight for effortless blending and application
- This versatile brush can be used to apply liquids, creams, and powders with a virtually airbrushed finish
How to Use
Dust a fine layer of powder over the skin. Clean brush occasionally with mild soap and water. Lay flat to dry.
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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..
Reviewsnouba m. Jul 23, 2019
Best artificial Hair brush
I own several natural hair brushes (Surratt, Sonia G, wayne Goss, Chikuhodo..) which I love to use for powder products.
This Baby here I love to use for everything with fluids. It can be used to apply loose or compact powder, gives a great finish.
I love to use it to blend out my fluid foundation, which I usually apply with my fingers anyway. It works just awesome giving a subtle finish and without disturbing the foundation.
I can only highly recomment this brush for everyone that loves to use cruelty free and vegan products. For me it seems like an in between goat and squirrel brushes regarding the softness of the touch.3 found this helpful.