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Pro Visionary Lash Fan Brush #220

Pro Visionary Lash Fan Brush #220

What it is: A brush designed to add color to the inner eye area and along the tear duct for sultry, multidimensional effects. What it does: The synthetic bristles of this unique fan brush are specifically designed with an angled head to emphasize luscious lashes. Dip the brush into cream liner, place the brush at the base of the lashes, and then gently wiggle it into the lashes for a tight line effect. You can also use this brush to groom and separate lashes. What else you need to know: This fan brush is one of seven brushes from the Pro Visionary Brush Collection, designed by French designer Philippe Di Mé. Mixing contemporary design with everyday functionality, Philippe Di Mé cleverly reinvented the makeup brush by calculating a superior balance between the proportion of the ferrule and the handle, ensuring consistently flawless application.
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Questions & Answers for SEPHORA COLLECTION Pro Visionary Lash Fan Brush #220

I dont know how to use this. I get like an eyeliner effect above the eye not at all tightline and inner eye no colour deposit.
Not sure if Im holding it properly, also no ability to line inner and tear duct as mentioned. How are others doing it as it well reviewed.
asked 1 year, 9 months ago
(Ontario, CA)
on Pro Visionary Lash Fan Brush #220
4 answers
answer 1
In the description it's mentioned as a tight line brush, honestly I think it would be horrible to do a tight line, the bristles are uneven and it might hurt the delicate area, Use the Sephora Pro Tight line brush, or Laura Mercier has a good one as well. This brush is amazing for applying mascara though, I'm obsessed with it, I never use mascara wands now, ever!
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
answer 2
I did an online search and found this information on how to use a brush like this to apply mascara.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
(Marietta, GA)
answer 3
I would look for a tutorial on the Sephora website, YouTube or stop by a Sephora store for some hands on assistance.
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
(Jersey City, NJ)
answer 4
I personally think it is just a poor brush. Maybe idea is interesting but not thought through. It didn't work for me either.
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
(Tampa, FL)
Does it ruin mascara wand?
Some reviewers stated that they used this brush to apply their mascara. I did this by running the brush along my mascara wand and now it seems like my mascara wand may be ruined. It coats my lashes unevenly and leaves lots of clumps. Has anyone else had this problem? Any suggestions appreciated.
asked 1 year, 1 month ago
(San Diego, CA)
on Pro Visionary Lash Fan Brush #220
2 answers
answer 1
I didn't run my brush from top to bottom. I ran it across the edges of the bristles from inside to outside, kind of patting the brush against the wand. As for clumps and using the brush to apply... I didn't use it strictly to apply. I applied my mascara, combed it with a lash comb, then used the lash fan brush to get into the roots and the little lashes on the corners. I never had clumps. You can do the same thing with a flat brush, either straight or angled. I finally got rid of my fan brush because it just hurt my lids too much.
answered 8 months ago
(Arlington, TX)
answer 2
This brush shouldn't ruin your mascara wand. Instead of running the brush on the wand try this: with your right hand, place the mascara wand on the top of the brush, rotate the mascara wand counter clockwise. You will hold the brush in your left hand with the indent facing down. You do not need much, apply to your lashes with your right hand. If it's clumpy you may have used too much, you can wipe off the excess mascara on a paper towel, use the tips of the bristles on your brush to groom through your lashes for definition.
answered 10 months ago
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