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Recent Question:
Brush looks stiff
Recent Question:
use with powder products?
Recent Question:
How long is this brush? Is it the same length as the Basics pallette?
Recent Question:
how can i clean this brush
Recent Question:
Synthetic / Taklon or Animal Hair
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Is this brush good for brow powder?
Can this be used to apply the Dipbrow Pomade?
how can i clean this brush
use with powder products?


What it is:An angled brow brush ideal for precise contouring and shading. What it does:Give your brows the form, shape, and structure you desire with this specially designed brush. Use the angled tip to fill in sparse sections and create the illusion of fullness and thickness. The mix of natural goat bristles and synthetic fibers easily apply both cream and powder formulas and the elongated wood handle ensures total control.
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Questions & Answers for SEPHORA COLLECTION Pro Brow Brush #20

How can I access the brush head?
The brush head is encased in a plastic tube. How can I remove it so I can use the brush?
asked 11 months ago
on Pro Brow Brush #20
2 answers
answer 1
It is a bit tough. Very tough. You almost have to use a snapping motion. Or ask the staff in Sephora to open it for you prior to leaving.
answered 5 months ago
(New York, NY)
answer 2
just take it off it is not attached by anything and is only meant to protect the bristles
answered 11 months ago
(monmouth beach, NJ)
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