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SEPHORA COLLECTION Pro Airbrush Concealer Brush #57

What it is: A concealer brush that applies correcting formulas with a flawless, airbrushed look. What it does:Discover the secret to the smoothest finish possible with this unique round brush that precisely conceals dark circles, redness, and all other imperfections in one gesture. The short, synthetic bristles allow you to buff and blend from light to heavy, and achieve perfect, even coverage across your face.
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Questions & Answers for SEPHORA COLLECTION Pro Airbrush Concealer Brush #57

Question
Is this brush too large to use on small blemishes?
asked 1 year, 7 months ago
cln2012
on Pro Airbrush Concealer Brush #57
11 answers
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answer 1
I have used this brush on a couple of blemishes in addition to under my eyes. I didn't find that it was too big, and it covered them nicely (better than my finger). I used it similar to the way I would use my stippling foundation brush...just dotted it with the concealer over the blemish.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
Mackenzie112
(Washington, DC)
answer 2
I don't think so. I use it to add concealer under eyes, around nose and to cover blemishes.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
lovemakeupstuff
(Indianapolis, Indiana)
answer 3
for application, yes, it is too big for blemishes. but for buffing, i think it would work nicely. to give you an idea, the brush head is about the size of my thumb.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
ghkim
(New York, NY)
answer 4
No it is not too large to use. I have small blemishes and use it all the time. I mainly use it for my eyes. I get great coverage! It blends very well. I also use the brand "professional make up"concealer. It is amazing!
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
WTFLiz
(Firth, Nebraska)
answer 5
Although I love this brush when it comes to applying under eye concealer or highlighter to the sides of the nose and/or brow bone, I personally would look for a smaller brush to cover up blemishes.

Laura Mercier has a wonderful brush (Secret Camouflage Brush) that is great for covering up blemishes or other smaller areas on the face.

http://www.sephora.com/secret-camouflage-brush-P109959?skuId=870832
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
chinita690
(Ft. Lauderdale, FL)
answer 6
It may be too big on extra small blemishes, but I like to use the concealer to blend the coverage of the blemish to the area around it, so (theoretically) it looks more subtle.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
jpea
(Portland, OR)
answer 7
Yes, I think it's way too big especially if you want to zero in on something like a small blemish. Hope this helps!
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
mrsrice
(Greensboro, nc)
answer 8
No, I don't think the brush is too large for small blemishes. I think it would work just fine; blend lightly.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
kcupples
(Devine, Texas)
answer 9
i think it works great. buffs the concealer into a large or small area.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
marinbondgirl
(Petaluma, CA)
answer 10
Not at all! It will blend the concealer well and not leave behind any tell-tale spots.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
beautypro1107
(New Orleans, La.)
answer 11
Yes, I would say that this brush doesn't work for small blemishes. It works well for under-eye and around-nose areas.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
musja
(Brooklyn, NY)
Question
How do I use this brush with cream concealers?
I use benefit's erase paste, and I think it's a little too thick to pick up with the brush to apply on my dark circles. Would I get just as good coverage if I smoothed the concealer onto my face first, and then blend it in with the brush?
asked 1 year, 7 months ago
puellabonna
(Vancouver, BC)
on Pro Airbrush Concealer Brush #57
8 answers
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answer 1
Yes! I mix two concealers, apply them with my fingers and blend it out with the brush and it's fantastic. If you're worried about losing coverage, you could apply with fingers and just blend the edges with the brush, its what I do when I want to conceal blemishes.
answered 9 months ago
HookedOnPolish
(San Juan, PR)
answer 2
NO! Use the brush. I use a THICK concealer as well with this brush and you just dab the brush and blend onto your dark circles. it works....trust me! I have MAJOR DARK CIRLCES ;) IT WORKS WONDERS This brush is great. I dont like using my finger. This brush makes it look flawless and it doesnt look cakey. It blends it right in....I promise!
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
WTFLiz
(Firth, Nebraska)
answer 3
You can def use your ring finger and dab a little under your eye and use the brush to blend it out. That concealer is a little heavy and the brush may pick up too much if you dipped into the jar. The brush will blend nicely.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
Eyeforglamour
(Irvington,NJ)
answer 4
I use Kevin Aucoin and that is much thicker than Benefits concealer. I have major dark circles and have found this brush to be my best friend. Once you purchase the pro airbrush you will wonder how you ever lived without it.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
gonzalr1
(Alhambra, ca 91803)
answer 5
This concealer brush works really well with Benefit's Erase Paste. Its not too thick for the brush. Just dab a tiny amount of concealer with the brush(very tiny) and apply. You will love how well it blends the concealer into the skin.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
beautypro1107
(New Orleans, La.)
answer 6
I use a cream concealer also. First, I use a flat concealer brush to apply the concealer, then blend it in with the Pro Airbrush Concealer Brush. I have also found that it is better for applying concealer on blemishes than a flat concealer. I dip the tips of the bristles in my concealer and stipple it onto my blemish and then swirl around the blemish to blend it in.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
wingatprsct
(Prescott, AR)
answer 7
I use it with my cream foundation
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
WpBeauty
(Brooklyn, NY)
answer 8
You should always blend the concealer with your fingers and then go with the brush to give that flawless airbrush look
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
skincarefan1
(Montreal)
Question
I find this brush SO big, what is the best way to use it?
I ordered this online based on the great reviews after I lost my other concealer brush. I was surprised how gigantic it is as my other brush was quite small and flat. I use Stila's concealer which is a thick cream in a tube that needs to be squeezed out. I like it to cover my undereye circles. Any tips? Should I put it directly on the brush, or on the back of my hand, etc. etc., and what is the best way to actually use the brush under my eye?
asked 1 year, 1 month ago
smashleigh
(Alaska)
on Pro Airbrush Concealer Brush #57
7 answers
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answer 1
I like applying my nars creamy concealer right in the inner corner, the nars is a bit of a thick consistency, I look up and then take my brush and just blend the concealer down and over :) I really do like the brush, if you feel it's to big try using it to conceal those unwanted pimples or around the nose the little areas where a bigger brush would be hard to reach :)
answered 2 weeks, 2 days ago
cpereira137
(New Jersey)
answer 2
I usually just make a series of small dots (kinda like the shape of the wifi logo, really) under my eye from the tube directly, being careful not to make the dots too large, and then blend with the brush accordingly.
answered 3 months, 1 week ago
cbs25
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 3
i recommend putting the product on the back of your hand and then using a rolling motion with mainly the side near the top of the brush to apply it. Using the rolling motion will apply it evenly and blend it into the foundation nicely!
answered 9 months ago
beautdee
(bc)
answer 4
While some indicate putting the concealer onto your face first and then using the brush, I personally feel that by doing this, you lose the control about how much coverage you wish on your face and take away this brush's marvelous ability to easily build up to the coverage you require.
I simply dab it into my concealer straight out of the pot (if a cream formulation) or swipe over a powder pot and onto the face.
Beautiful finish
answered 10 months ago
Nylani
answer 5
It is best when you add the concealer to your face first then use this brush to blend it out.
answered 11 months ago
HauteCoco
answer 6
I would dab on a few spots of the concealer and let this brush do the work, it might take some getting used to but it really works great for blending
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
mariajo
(Sudbury, MA)
answer 7
I thought it was too big for use around my eyes when I got it home, also. But after using it a few times, I realized it was perfect. When I went back to use my smaller brush for concealer I realized that my smaller brush had been pushing product into my creases. Something that is almost impossible to do with the larger brush. I use Boiing on my eyes, which is a thick concealer in a pot, so I just dab the brush right into the pot and onto the area. But when I use my larger brush to apply my BB cream from the tube to my face, I always squeeze a dab the size of my pinky nail onto the back of my hand and dab it straight from there and then onto my face for a flawless look.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
pamandersliv
(Bridgewater, MA)
Question
Is this brush all synthetic bristles?
I am avoiding natural bristle brushes, especially for creamy/liquid products, and I just wanted to make sure this is entirely synthetic bristles.
asked 2 years ago
unfizzy
(Royal Oak, MI)
on Pro Airbrush Concealer Brush #57
5 answers
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answer 1
It is my understanding that this is a synthetic brush. I can also say that unlike other synthetic brushes, these bristles are very soft and gentle to the skin. I think this collection of synthetic brushes has raised the bar when it comes to superior quality and ease of use.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
lalady7
(Chatsworth CA)
answer 2
Yes mam. The sales associate told me it was and that you should only use synthetic bristles for conceler
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
Anonymous
answer 3
Yes, it's completely synthetic. It's one of my favorite brushes!
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
beautypro1107
(New Orleans, La.)
answer 4
The Sephora Pro brushes are synthetic bristles. I have a few other brands non-synthetic and I tell the application on synthetic is much better.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
melomel
(Las Vegas, NV)
answer 5
Yes and very soft to the touch. Works beautifully. No left behind trails of bristles or hair...
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
jlibbyb
(Charleston, SC)
Question
When will it be in stock?
I was told it was in stock,went to order and it tells me it's out of stock.Which is it?
asked 1 year, 4 months ago
Anonymous
(Sabillasville,MD)
on Pro Airbrush Concealer Brush #57
4 answers
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answer 1
it is currently in stock. you should try to find it in your local Sephora store.
answered 6 months ago
lc2013
(washington, DC)
answer 2
I think it would be best to apply it on your hand. And dab it on as you go. This is what I do and it works fine with me.
answered 10 months ago
rebeccasxoxo1
(Scarborough ON)
answer 3
I just bought mine in my nearest Sephora.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
OzarkOrigins
(Branson, Mo.)
answer 4
This brush is currently out of stock, but should be available again in just a few weeks.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
Question
Good for nose contouring?
I'm looking for a good little brush that helps me to contour the sides and the tip of my nose, but I don't know which one would be good for it. Would this brush be good for that? or is it just for concealing?
asked 4 months ago
Leselma
(Monterrey, Nuevo León, MX)
on Pro Airbrush Concealer Brush #57
3 answers
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answer 1
If you're using a cream contour then this will work but not for powders.
answered 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Ummema
(Toronto, ON)
answer 2
No this brush is too big for contouring nose, esp just the tip. this is more for converage than a contouring brush. I recommend also something a little more smaller and slight dense to achieve that look for contoured nose.
answered 3 months, 4 weeks ago
brattt
(Temecula)
answer 3
This brush is a multi-tasking brush and I would definitely suggest using as a blender down the sides/bridge of the nose, around the eyes for concealer or even as a highlighter in tight spots or anywhere you need more precision. It is a must-have in my opinion.
answered 4 months ago
jlibbyb
(Charleston, SC)
Question
Where is this brush made?
asked 2 years, 1 month ago
Anonymous
(Toronto, ON)
on Pro Airbrush Concealer Brush #57
2 answers
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answer 1
all of the new sephora pro brushes are made by a high end brush manufacturing company based out of asia . They are individually hand made and patented to sephora. Very good quality !
answered 9 months ago
beautdee
(bc)
answer 2
Made in China, says so on the package...not on the brush...unlike some of my old Sephora Pro line brushes which were Made in France. BUT, it appears to be of very good quality, and I really like it.
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
OPharmfem
(CA)
Question
Will this work well with my Bare Minerals Multitasking concealor powder?
asked 3 months ago
jacinda
(SanBernardino,CA.)
on Pro Airbrush Concealer Brush #57
2 answers
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answer 1
Highly doubt it. It's a bit stiff as it's meant for liquids or cream products. Perhaps an eye blending brush might work better?
answered 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Ummema
(Toronto, ON)
answer 2
Yes, this would work great with that product!
answered 2 months, 4 weeks ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
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