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Laura Mercier All Over Eye Colour Brush

What it is:A professional eye shadow brush created by makeup artist Laura Mercier.What it does:Laura Mercier All Over Eye Colour Brush is a large flat head brush with a beveled edge to smooth and perfect application of base shades. The large head allows for quick maneuvering and application of Laura Mercier Eye Colours.What else you need to know:The All Over Eye Colour Brush measures 7" and is made of genuine pony hair.
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Good for cream eyeshadow?
Would this brush be good for applying & blending cream eye shadow?
asked 1 year, 6 months ago
amaryllis1
(Royal Oak, MI)
on All Over Eye Colour Brush
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I think it would be as it is synthetic and the head shape desctribed sounds versatile. I often use a coincealer brush for cream shadow as I find they are made for cream products and I have good results. Obviously choose one that is the correct size and shape. Hope that helps, if you have one give it a try
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
myangy2002
(Ontario, CA)
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