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Kevyn Aucoin

Concealer Brush 1 ea

$32.00

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This small tipped brush is great for accuracy in application. The concealer brush can be used for dabbing or lightly drawing onto the area you wish to conceal. Blend well into the skin. The real secret is choosing the right color concealer.

Applying concealer just in places where it is needed, like red spots, under eye circles, varicose veins, moles, rosacea, hormone blotched or uneven pigmentation, can easily create the look of natural, beautiful skin.

Brush measures approximately 6" long and is handcrafted, featuring a beautiful acrylic handle in the signature burgundy color.

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Poor Quality Brush

By BayAreaGal

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Pros

    Cons

    • Poor Quality
    • Too Small
    • Wastes Make Up

    Best Uses

    • Liquid
    • Travel

    Comments about Kevyn Aucoin Concealer Brush, 1 ea:

    The only positive about this concealer brush is that it's just the right length -about 6 inches long so brush doesn't hit the mirror when applying concealer close up.
    I usually wash my new brushes before using them, and this one splayed right after the first wash. This brush has VERY short bristles. The bristles are not firm enough for concealer (liquid or cream) and it tends to absorb most of the product you are using. On top of this, the concealer brush is expensive -definitely not worth the price.

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