Brushes & Tools
Brushes & Tools

Makeup Brushes

Brushes & Tools

Achieve the perfect look with our lip color brushes, eye color brushes and cheek color brushes. Try our professional eyelash curlers, flat, angled and smokey eyeliner brushes.

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  • Finishing Pony Tail Brush View 1
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    Finishing Pony Tail Brush

    Creates smooth, even coverage for expert eye color application.

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  • Lip Color Brush View 1
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    Lip Color Brush

    A synthetic brush perfectly shaped for precisely lining the lip line and coloring the lips.

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  • Crème Eye Detail Brush View 1
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    Crème Eye Detail Brush

    Offers precise application and definition of crème eye products.

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  • Fan Powder Brush View 1
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    Fan Powder Brush

    Picks up and softly applies powder onto the skin for flawless application.

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  • Real Flawless Pressed Powder 

    Re-Define Perfecting Coverage 

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Brushes & Tools FAQs

How to Clean Makeup Brushes?

Cleaning makeup brushes is important to maintain their performance and prevent bacteria buildup. Start by rinsing the bristles under lukewarm water to remove residual makeup. Then, apply a gentle brush cleanser or mild shampoo onto the bristles and gently lather. Rinse until the water runs clear, reshape the bristles, and let the brushes air dry by laying them flat on a towel.

How to Dry Makeup Brushes?

After washing, reshape the wet bristles and lay the brushes flat on a clean towel to air dry. Avoid standing them upright while wet, as water can seep into the handle and damage the brush.

How Often to Clean Makeup Brushes?

It's recommended to clean makeup brushes at least once a week, especially those used with liquid or cream products. Brushes used around the eyes should be cleaned more frequently. Regular cleaning ensures the brushes remain hygienic and perform optimally.

How to Store Makeup Brushes?

Store makeup brushes upright in a clean, dry container or brush holder to maintain their shape and prevent the bristles from getting bent or damaged. Ensure they are placed in a well-ventilated area to allow proper drying after cleaning.

How to Use Eyelash Curler?

To use an eyelash curler, open the curler and position it at the base of your upper lashes. Gently close the curler and hold it in place for a few seconds. Avoid tugging or pulling on your lashes. Release the curler and move it slightly outward to curl the middle and outer lashes. Be cautious not to clamp too hard to prevent damaging your lashes.

What Makeup Brushes Are for What Makeup?

Different makeup brushes serve various purposes. For example, a flat foundation brush is used for applying liquid or cream foundation, a fluffy blending brush is used for blending eyeshadows, and an angled brush is used for precise application of gel eyeliner or eyebrow products.

What Brush to Use for Setting Powder?

A fluffy, soft brush is ideal for applying setting powder. The brush should have loosely packed bristles that allow for a light and even application of powder over the face.

How Long Do Makeup Brushes Last?

With proper care, good quality makeup brushes can last several years. Regular cleaning and gentle use can help prolong their lifespan.

What Makeup Brushes Do I Need?

Essential makeup brushes include a foundation brush, powder brush, blush brush, eyeshadow brushes (fluffy blending brush, flat shader brush), and an angled brush for precise application.

Differences Between Foundation Brush vs Sponge?

A foundation brush is typically used for applying liquid or cream foundation with a controlled application and can provide fuller coverage. A makeup sponge, when dampened, provides a softer, more natural finish by blending the foundation into the skin.

How to Apply Powder Foundation with a Brush?

To apply powder foundation with a brush, swirl the brush in the powder and tap off the excess. Gently buff the powder onto your skin in circular motions, starting from the center of your face and moving outward. Build up coverage as needed.

How to Use a Brush for Tinted Moisturizer?

Use a dense, synthetic brush to apply tinted moisturizer. Dip the brush into the product and start applying from the center of your face, blending outward. Use circular motions for an even application. Blend well around the jawline and hairline for a seamless finish.

What is Laura Mercier's Velour Puff?

The Laura Mercier Velour Puff is a soft, luxurious puff designed specifically for applying the Translucent Loose Setting Powder. It provides a seamless application for a flawless finish.

How do I use the Velour Puff with the Translucent Loose Setting Powder?

To use the Velour Puff with the Translucent Loose Setting Powder, simply press the puff into the powder, then gently roll or press it onto the skin in a rolling motion to set makeup and reduce shine. You can also use a pressing motion for targeted areas that need extra setting.

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The Only Makeup Brushes You Need

Makeup is an art, and just like painters and sculptors–you need tools. That’s where our makeup brushes come into play. You’ll be shocked by how easy it is to achieve a chiseled, flawless look when you have the right tool. Discover your new favorite eyeshadow brushes, concealer brushes, and powder brushes today.

Makeup Artist Approved Powder Brush

Our powder brush features a perfectly sculpted brush head which allows for both precise placement and all-over application for the final setting of your makeup. Don’t forget to read Laura’s tips on how best to hold the brush!

What’s Different About Our Powder Makeup Brush

The best part about our powder makeup brush is its usability. Designed for both cream and powder foundations, this powder brush is an all-in-one tool you can use in any application. With different hand placements you can use for both a detailed application and a diffused blend. You can even use it with our best-selling loose powder for shine control!