Apply concealer with an invisible, second-finish with The Duet Concealer Brush, an expertly designed dual-ended concealer brush that seamlessly diffuses pigments into the skin.
Use the paddle-shaped end to apply concealer under eyes, around the nose, and on top of blemishes and redness. Buff the product into your skin with the soft dome end until you achieve a soft-focus, diffused look.
Beautylish offers free shipping to the U.S. on all orders $35 and up. For all other orders, we offer $5 flat rate shipping.
We ship using FedEx Ground (3-5 business days from order shipment date).
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..
Kevyn Aucoin's products don't let me down...This synthetic brush is one of the first brushes I reach for to touch up, conceal, buff & blend small areas with. The semi-dense buffing brush does exactly what its designed to do...buff or blend concealer. I also use this to lay down my eyelid primer & powder.
The brush design has KA's recognizable style.....A dark ferrule with a shimmery dark burgundy handle encased in acrylic with the brushes name embossed on it. KA.'s brushes aren't numbered.
So I watched a K.A. tutorial where the MUA used the buffing side for blending eyeshadow. Thinking out of the box! I suppose you shouldn't be hindered by a name on a brush and if it works for other things like blending eyeshadow...Go For It...I did....and it worked great for blending my eyeshadow.
The double ended LIL' Wonda'.
This is a great concealer brush for applying and setting. The fluffy brush on the end is perfect for applying setting powder. Get one for concealer and one for eyeshadow primer; particularly useful if your concealer and/ or primer come as a duo with the setting powder.