Classic Buffer Brush Small Synthetic
The Classic Buffer Small is specially crafted to buff and blend foundation, blush, or bronzer. The short and dense, synthetic bristles are ideal for a precise application around the eyes and nose, and offers full coverage control for a polished finish.
Recommended Application: Apply product in sweeping, stippling, or circular movements to blend into the skin.
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Dimensions: Bristles : 1.26" (3.20 cm), Ferrule : 01.93" (04.90 cm), Handle : 04.76" (12.10cm)
- foundation brush
Love it, my new foundation brush
I really do love these brushes. They are soft and blend foundation like a charm, I will definitely be buying more for my kit.
I use this brush for bronzer and it gets the job done nicely.
I have purchased 2 of these brushes!!! It is the best brusb that I have ever used for Buffing &/or Blending!!!! The fact that it is synthetic makes it even better! Plus the cost-wow!!!! Can't beat it! I hot both of mine on sale - years apart! The cost was a little of $6.00 each! My older one has no issues - no shedding! I highly recccomend this brush!!!!
I have about 50 and counting of this brush. As a MUA I am very picky about my brushes. I have used Coastal Scent brushes for years. When ever they have a sale I will order at least 5 of these just to add to my back up stock. This brush is such a multipurpose brush. I use it for liquid, cream, powder foundation and to stipple on concealer over blemishes and buff out around the edges for a seamless coverage. They also clean up wonderful. Product always comes out of the brush hairs. I am never disappointed with this brush!!
I great full, dense powder brush. I use this for powder foundations, I wish it was a tad fluffier, but I just make sure to use a light hand during application and it produces a smooth and even coverage.
Love this brush. Soft and dense. Great for touch ups on the go
Love this brush! Firm but soft enough; very nice!!
Nope. I may not be using it correctly because the only words I can think of are 'totally overrated.' Also, excessive shedding.