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Recent Question:
Does this brush shed a lot? Is it good for bronzer?
Recent Question:
Does it work well with other BM foundations?
Recent Question:
Would you recommend this over the angled brush #49?
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SEPHORA COLLECTION Pro Bronzer Brush #48

What it is:A bronzer brush made from the highest quality materials that effortlessly blends for an even, airbrushed complexion. What it does:Achieve a flawless finish with this rounded brush that beautifully blends bronzers and powder formulas with ease. The tightly-packed, synthetic bristles effortlessly glide along the cheek bone and jaw for easy application and the thick, wood handle comfortably fits in the hand for ultimate control. This brush can also be used to apply liquid or cream-based foundation for fuller coverage with a soft focus finish.
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Questions & Answers for SEPHORA COLLECTION Pro Bronzer Brush #48

Does this brush shed?
I have had 2 bobbi brown bronzer brushes now and both shed on a daily basis. Any recommendations for a good bronzer brush that doesn't shed??
asked 2 years, 1 month ago
(Austin, TX)
on Pro Bronzer Brush #48
4 answers
answer 1
I personally have this brush and I did not notice any unusual amount of shedding.
answered 5 months, 3 weeks ago
answer 2
I have this brush for a few weeks and so far it hasn't shed. I try not to press so hard on my face when I'm applying my bronzer, maybe try that!
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
(Indianapolis, IN)
answer 3
This brush does not seem to shed. I've been using it for a couple months and I've had no problem with it shedding
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
(Montclair, New Jersey)
answer 4
Mine hasn't shed so far. I have used it for about a month.
answered 2 years ago
(Peoria, AZ)
I bought this to use with my tinted moisturizer as the foundation brush I had was too small. I know this is meant for bronzer but has anyone used it for liquid makeup? Thanks.
asked 8 months ago
(New York, NY)
on Pro Bronzer Brush #48
2 answers
answer 1
I use this for my foundation all the time. Personally i think it is a little dense for bronzer, but it works great as a foundation brush.
answered 8 months ago
answer 2
Hi there,

It can definitely work for liquid make up. It is made with synthetic fibers that will help glide the make up beautifully on the skin.
answered 8 months ago
(San Francisco, CA)
This vs Pro Flawless Bronzer Brush #46?
Other than the $2 in price, what are the differences between this brush and the SEPHORA COLLECTION Pro Flawless Bronzer Brush #46? I bought the Pro Visionary Face Blender Brush #134 at the recommendation of a store employee but I feel like I can't get the hang of it for contouring so I want to try a different style brush. Any recommendations? The bronzer I use is Milk Chocolate Soleil by Too Faced. Thanks in advance :)
asked 8 months ago
(Anchorage, AK)
on Pro Bronzer Brush #48
1 answer
answer 1
Hi Kimdeezy,

The Pro Bronzer Brush #48 is shorter in length than the Pro Bronzer Brush #46. The #48 brush is also not as dense as the #46 brush, so it is good for a lighter application of powder or bronzer. The #46 brush is great for cream products like a cream bronzer or liquid foundation. For the Too Faced Bronzer, we recommend using the #48 brush.
answered 8 months ago
(San Francisco, CA)
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