A makeup brush with small tapered tip for a precise concealer application. Kevyn Aucoin The Concealer Brush features a pointed top that easily glides over the skin to cover up skin flaws including red spots, moles, blemishes and discoloration. Designed to pick up the right amount of liquid and cream concealers for precise application. The sturdy allows for a steady grip when using.
Pony And Synthetic Hairs.
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I bought this brush because it's going to end up doing a bunch of different stuff for me throughout the years. I'll use it to blend out my eyebrow clean-up, my lip clean-up, basically any conceal clean-up I'll ever need to do. I saw how the artist in the Kevyn video for the Foundation brush was using it to apply highlight conceal and I was like "yeah no I have different plans for you baby" and BOUGHT IT RIGHT AWAY!
Here's what I can use it for:
- Apply ANY HIGHLIGHT cream ANYWHERE. This works great for bringing in that diva-tip nose during a drag look. That's actually what I first thought when I saw it.
- Clean up your eyebrows after filling in or drawing by applying a concealer or pencil (I use the MAC Studio Chromagraphic Pencil in NC15/NW20 and blend with this)
- Clean up your lips (I use the exact same product and process)
- Precise blending and diffusing pencils for body/face/eye use (I use this for when I'm creating a faux-crease during a drag look, and blend using this brush before setting the crease color with shadow.
- I guess you could use it for concealer too. I just use it for the nose, and try to avoid clogging up the brush with too much product. I know it's made for concealer, but I'm not taking any chances.
All in all, this brush does exactly what it is advertised to, and also about five or more other things. I'm not getting rid of it any time soon.
Works great for picking up concealer and dabbing onto small areas that need concealing. I also have the Kevyn Aucoin Blender/Concealer brush which works great for concealing larger areas. I usually blend out with the tip of a Beauty Blender sponge.