SIGNATURE Angeled Blush & Contouring Brush

SIGNATURE ANGLED BRUSH & CONTOURING BRUSH Shaped to fit the facial contours and cheekbones. Great for applying either powder or cream blushers. The angled head creates precision use and it helps sculpting and contouring the face.
Categories: Face,

SIGNATURE by basicare, a sign of excellence. A range of professional beauty tools designed to endorse your creative passion and help achieve fabulous results.Possibly the most important beauty tool that you could ever own. With proper care, these high quality makeup brushes will last a lifetime.

Shaped to fit the facial contours and cheekbones, this multi-use SIGNATURE Angled Blush & Contour Brush is a great way to apply your powder blush as well as your cream blush enabling you to effectively sculpt the face. Usingan angled brush makes the cheek colour looks more natural, the soft natural bristles works best when applied on the apples of the cheeks in an upward sweeping motion. The angle creates precision and is great for sculpting and contouring the face.

To use: Swirl the bristles on the apples of your cheeks, then hold it at an angle and glide it along your cheekbones. Try, running it alongside your nose with bronzer on both sides starting from the beginning of the brow towards the tip of your nose. Lay the brush in the hollow of the cheek, again starting from the back moving towards the center.

Care: To maintain the performance of you brush, wash regularly with a mild detergent. Hold the brush at a slight angle, tips downwards, NEVER UPWARDS. Carefully wet the brush hair, place a little detergent on your fingertips, and shampoo in the direction of the hair. Pay special attention to the hair near the ferrule. Rinse thoroughly under gentle running water. Gently press the brush head flat in a clean dry towel, and press back into shape. Air dry flat on the towel or hang the brush, suspended with the hair tip facing downwards. Never leave to dry with the hair facing upwards, as this may allow particles to collect in, and water to run into the ferrule, which may cause the hair to fan or shed, or even cause the handle to come loose.

If using a brush cleaner following the manufacturers instructions, again, holding the brush facing downwards and dry as instructed above.

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