Kabuki Brush Short for Mineral Makeup
Try this amazing super soft Mineral Makeup Foundation Brush in Kabuki style. Gives flawless finish for the best price at MiSMo only $25. Animal cruelty freeBuy and pay now with Visa or Mastercard or Bank Transfer, or
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MINERAL FOUNDATION KABUKI BRUSH SHORT
ENSURE A FLAWLESS FINISH
New! Synthetic Hair and You Won't Believe How Soft This Brush IsThe quality of the brush used to apply Mineral makeup is critical if you are to achieve a flawless finish for your Mineral makeup. Please don't make the mistake of thinking "I have a brush at home, it will do". This is such a common mistake and it is not worth spoiling a flawless finish. We heavily discount the brushes to encourage you to start off the right way.
MiSMo Mineral Makeup Foundation Kabuki brushes are a professional quality used by makeup artists. The brush is dense with luxurious extremely soft, synthetic hair. They are the best quality available and the softest we have ever used, like brushing the skin with silk.
DIMENSIONS: Overall 5.5cm. Hair 3.5cm long. Diameter 5cm. Perfect size for applying mineral foundation.
The size of the brush you use to apply minerals is a personal choice. We now supply a short; medium and a jumbo sized brush for foundation application. It is the handles that are different. The length of the hair is similar on all brushes. This brush is the short handled size. MiSMo mineral foundation brushes have been specifically designed to work with MiSMo Mineral powder and container size. The brush head is a perfect fit to work from the container lid. A good brush is an investment and will last for many years if looked after.
TO APPLY MINERALS:
Shake a small amount of minerals into the lid. First conceal any marks and pimples with a large eyeshadow brush. Then dip the brush and swirl around. Tap excess powder off the brush onto container. Apply in downward strokes starting at the nose, working toward the ear. Stroke across forehead.
The fine hairs on the face grow downward hence the reason for downward strokes. Many companies recommend circular buffing with the Kabuki brush. In the end experimenting is the best way to find what best suits you but always finish with downward strokes.
If you see powder in the air as you apply minerals you have used too much.
Tap the base of the brush on the counter to disperse the powder deeper into the bristles
Professional makeup is all about blending whether it is the face or eyes. Blending gives a more natural look.
MAINTENANCE: Wash your brushes regularly - every 1-2 weeks - in a gentle shampoo. Dispense a small amount of shampoo in your wet hand. Wet the brush and swish the brush around in the shampoo in your hand. Rinse well and shake excess water from the brush. Lay the brush on its side on a clean towel and allow to dry. Try not to get water into the handle as this may loosen the glue.
Two good reasons to keep your brush clean:
1. to prevent build up of oil and makeup which will give a less flawless result.
2. bacteria can grow in dirty brushes
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