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Face Brush

A black, goat hair, kabuki-style brush with severely rounded edges and a gently cut angled head allowing for fuller coverage on the planes of the face.

    • Short handle fits into the palm of the hand for quick maneuvering
    • Ideally used with the Mineral Powder SPF 15 or Mineral Finishing Powder as well as other powder formulations
    • Approximately 2.5"/5.08cm

     

    • Pick up powder on the slanted face and distribute product throughout the brush by tapping on the palm of the hand before applying to the face
    • Use a buffing action to apply powder
    • Start at jaw line and in an outward, circular motion move towards the nose to apply powder

     

    Basic Brush Care:

    • Always cleanse in the direction of the hair - never "swirl" or harshly rub brushes on any surface
    • Cleanse as needed in mild shampoo and warm water and gently squeeze water through the hair, or use Laura Mercier Brush Cleanser
    • Go from base to tip - and rinse thoroughly
    • Shape and allow to air dry on a flat surface - do not stand brushes on end to dry

     

  • Natural hair 

customer service: 1-888-637-2437

 
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