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Bobbi Brown Powder Brush

What it is:A big, fluffy, brush that delivers a light, even dusting of powder all over the face.What it does:This luxurious brush is designed to be used with Face Powder and Sheer Finish Loose Powder. Its tapered head covers all of the contours of your face, making it easy to achieve an even, flawless finish.What else you need to know:It may also be used to remove any excess powder that's applied with the Powder Puff.
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Does this work for applying blush?
I just want to see if this will be sufficient for applying blush before I purchase. Should I also get the blush brush? Or should this be sufficient? I'm still pretty new at applying makeup, so your help is appreciated!
asked 3 years, 1 month ago
(columbus, oh)
on Powder Brush
2 answers
answer 1
This is a very narrow powder brush. It definitely depends on how you wear your blush, but I would say this isn't ideal for that application. It's great for applying bronzer, highlight, and contour because it's like a little ponytail of hair, and will apply an exact line of product and blend it out well. It's not particularly tapered so most of your application area is a little circle around the tip (I mostly use it as an alternative to the Guerlain Meteorites brush in my Meteorites). I'd recommend a fuller, more tapered powder brush- or a brush made specifically for blush, but you could definitely make this work if you needed to. At $62, I'd rather not have to 'make it work'.
answered 10 months ago
(Seattle, WA)
answer 2
I'm a firm believe that you can make just about anything work... but it's probably not made for it, so you'll have to work with it a bit. As a powder brush, i'm sure the bristles are much softer and less firm than a blush brush. It's not going to be very good at blending, but if you're a pro at getting your blush applied right the first time, give it a whirl!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
(Carlinville, IL)
How to clean this
I just wanna know, how to clean this brush and how often i need to clean.
asked 2 years, 5 months ago
(Los Angeles, CA)
on Powder Brush
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answer 1
I deep clean mine about once a month (but I could probably do it more often to avoid build up). I use the Sephora daily brush cleaner to spot clean it, and I use Johnson and Johnson Baby Shampoo to deep clean. Get it wet under luke warm water, put some of the shampoo in your hand and swirl it around. Rinse it out once you feel the brush is completely clean and lay it flat to dry on the edge of the sink. I hope that helps!
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
answer 2
I clean my brushes daily with a spray brush cleaner to wipe away obvious traces of makeup, oils, color, etc. I hand wash them with gentle cleanser (I recommend either Philosophy Purity or baby shampoo) once a week. This keeps my brushes clean and bacteria free, causing less breakouts, and helps my brushes perform optimally.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
Where are Bobbi Brown brushes made?
asked 2 years, 2 months ago
on Powder Brush
1 answer
answer 1
Only God knows, cause BB doesn't have the kindness to inform us about that on her products. Actually the brush comes in a plastic bag that ha NO information, whatsoever.
answered 9 months ago
Natural or Synthetic?

I'm just wondering is this natural or synthetic?

asked 2 years ago
(Mississauga, ON)
on Powder Brush
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answer 1
answered 9 months ago
Is this brush made of synthetic materials?
asked 1 year, 3 months ago
(Bellmore, NY)
on Powder Brush
1 answer
answer 1
No. Has natural bristles, but are a bit scratchy.
answered 9 months ago
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