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Hourglass Retractable Kabuki Brush

What it is: A travel-friendly brush for dusting on powder or blush.What it does: This brush, like all Hourglass brushes, boasts weighted metal handles and high-grade, PETA-friendly Takelon synthetic bristles that ensure optimal application of product. What else you need to know: Takelon bristles harbor less bacteria than animal hair, are an excellent alternative for those with allergies to animal hair, and are easily washed with alcohol or mild soap and water.
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For Bare Minerals foundation?
I've hated the brush that came with my bareminerals foundation kit, I love the finish it gives but it sheds occasionally and is scratchy. Would this be a solid alternative or would it be too firm?
asked 1 year, 10 months ago
cakefashion
(Worcester, MA)
on Retractable Kabuki Brush
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answer 1
I think this would be a great option.
answered 5 months ago
superNova003
(Denver, CO)
answer 2
I think it would be too firm. I love Hourglass brushes, but unfortunately, I really don't think they make one that would be appropriate for applying loose mineral foundations. I'd recommend you look at the Urban Decay Optical Blurring Brush or the Sephora brand mineral foundation brush. The Sephora brush is surprisingly awesome for the price and is one of their best-sellers.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
pinkandred
(New York, NY)
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