Brush Hair: Wool
Brush Handle: Plastic,Metal
Every brush needed for Every brush needed for professional cosmetics applications in a convenient microfiber case
Personal care set works well with mineral makeup systems, face discs or any makeup you want to apply correctly
Makeup brushes make you feel good knowing that you look your best!
Brush Set Includes:
Face : 150 Large Power Brush 21.5cm
Face : 168 Large Angled Contour Brush 18.5 cm
Face : 190 Foundation Brush 19 cm
Face : 194 Concealer Brush 17 cm
Eye : 239 Eye Shading Brush 17 cm
Eye : 266 Small Angle Brush 15 cm
Eye : 275 Medium Angled Shading Brush 16 cm
Lip : 316 Lip Brush / Covered Brush 17 cm
How to Choose Makeup Brushes
This guide will come in useful when choosing the right brushes for your makeup bag, as they are important elements to the proper application of makeup. The quality of the brushes will have quite an impact on the ease and effect of application, so be sure to choose the right ones!
Once you have found the best brushes for you, the next step is learning to care for them so that they can last you a long time.
How to Clean Makeup Brushes Step by Step
Washing your makeup brushes frequently can help keep your face and skin clean and healthy. Makeup brushes can often harbor lots of dirt and bacteria, which can be easily removed by following the steps listed below.
You can use store brought brush cleaner, normal shampoo, vinegar, make-up removers or antibacterial hand soap to clean the bristles of your brushes.
To start, run the brush under hot water to rinse off any caked on make-up. Do this for a minute, holding the brush at a downward angle, so that the water runs down the bristles rather than back along the handle.
If using store brought brush cleaner, spray the liquid onto the brush, and follow any directions on the bottle.
If using vinegar, make a mixture of 2 parts vinegar, 1 part water, and soak the bristles for 2-3 minutes.
If using make-up remover or hand soap, please use one that is of a gel or cream consistency. Squirt a small amount onto the bristles and lightly massage it in, being careful not to scrub. Let the remover sit for 2-3 minutes.
Once the time is up, run the brush under hot water once again to rinse. Pull the brush out of the water, and squeeze the bristles lightly between thumb and forefinger from the base to the tip to remove any excess water. Repeat the process if you are unsure if all the soap or cleaner has been removed.
Lightly squeeze the brush with a washcloth to remove as much water as possible, then leave the brush flat on its side, or stand it up in a brush holder to dry.