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SEPHORA COLLECTION Pro Angled Contour Brush #75

What it is: This unique, angled contour brush ideally applies all types of formulas and provides expert definition. What it does:Effortlessly apply blush, bronzer, foundation, and even concealer with this multipurpose brush. The angled bristles pick up more product than a normal brush, resulting in a truly sculpted appeal. The slant of the synthetic bristles forms a chiseled edge, allowing for accurate placement that sweeps flat against the skin and delivers even application. The pointed side easily reaches facial contours with ease, making coverage around the nose and eyes a breeze.
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Questions & Answers for SEPHORA COLLECTION Pro Angled Contour Brush #75

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How do I use this to apply liquid or cream foundation?
I accidentally purchased this brush (thought I was getting a flat top brush while hurriedly shopping at the Sephora store). How should I use this to apply cream or liquid foundation? Do I stipple first? Do I use circular motions to distribute the foundation? Please help with some tried and true tips!
asked 1 year, 11 months ago
molobabe
(Hawaii)
on Pro Angled Contour Brush #75
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answer 1
when i use this brush for foundation, i put the foundation i am going to be using on the back of my hand, pick the product up with my finger and dot it all over my face. then i use the brush to stipple it all over my whole face, and then blend it all together!
answered 10 months ago
mirandairwin
(gig harbor, wa)
answer 2
What I do with my cream foundation is squirt a few drops on the side,front of my hand. Then take the brush and dab a little on there,then just start smoothing it in on my face in either circular motion or whatever motion your most comfortable with! This is what I was told by one of the make-up artist at Sephora.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
PgntGrl
(Birmingham,AL)
answer 3
I would probably stipple it a little and then just try to buff it in
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
ejrg
(wv)
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This compared to Pro Angled Blush Brush #49?
Compared with Pro Angled Blush Brush #49? Which one's better for contouring the cheeks?
asked 1 year, 5 months ago
sn11
(Seattle, WA)
on Pro Angled Contour Brush #75
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answer 1
If you're using a powder I'd have to say the #49 but if you're using creams I'd recommend this!
answered 3 months ago
aliciacooke
(Kelowna)
answer 2
I believe the angled blush brush more then the contoured brush. The contoured brush hairs are very dense which is great for cream or liquid products.
answered 10 months ago
lovelymocha
(Tampa, FL)
answer 3
I find this brush to pick up color really well, I'm really light skinned so it picked up my bronzer WAY too well. So it would be perfect for contouring your cheeks in my opinion, and it's a good size.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
meowina
(ca, clovis)
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Can I use this with powders or is it just creams?
asked 1 year, 7 months ago
Maria1221
(Forest Hills, NY)
on Pro Angled Contour Brush #75
3 answers
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answer 1
I use this with only powders, but mostly for blush and highlight. I find it perfect for powder since it does not throw the whole product over my face as other brushes tend to do. It holds the powder until you actually apply it.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
RedLips4ever
(San Diego CA)
answer 2
I use it with powders - bronzer and blush. It works great!
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
kaasia
(Las Vegas)
answer 3
You can definitely use this brush with powders as well.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
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does this come with the hard case/cover?
I have #49 and #50 and those came with hard cases, just wondering if this also comes with one
asked 1 year, 2 months ago
jasszy
(San Francisco, CA)
on Pro Angled Contour Brush #75
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answer 1
if i remember correctly it comes with a plastic brush protector that you slide over the bristles.
answered 10 months ago
mirandairwin
(gig harbor, wa)
answer 2
Yes, it comes with a hard plastic brush cover.
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answered 1 year, 1 month ago
cappuccino4
(New York)
answer 3
Yes, it does! Love those covers!
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
kfern
(American Canyon, CA)
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how do I hold this brush and apply blush, is the angle on the side of my nose or cheek?
asked 1 year, 4 months ago
haensel
on Pro Angled Contour Brush #75
2 answers
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answer 1
either, just apply it however feels right! i would suggest tapping it onto your cheek instead of rubbing though because this brush is very dense.
answered 10 months ago
mirandairwin
(gig harbor, wa)
answer 2
The longest bristles should be up toward your eye. Holding it this way you can even dip the long bristles in blush and the short into bronzer and swipe along your cheekbone. This applies your blush and countours your cheeks all at once :-)
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
tarraberra
(Grand Rapids, MI)
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