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Foundation Brush

  • Ideal to apply either cream or liquid foundation for a professional base
  • Perfectly balanced handle
  • Premium quality sinthetic bristles
  • Hypoallergenic


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Use this SIGNATURE Foundation Brush to create the perfect base for your work of art. It is perfect to apply either cream or liquid foundation for a professional base that will stay flawless for hours.
There’s no better tool to create a softer, layered look to your makeup while being super-easy to clean as it absorbs less pigment and makes it less likely to become damaged by the makeup.

SIGNATURE is a sign of excellence. A range of professional brushes designed to endorse your creative passion and help achieve fabulous results.
Made from premium quality sinthetic bristles, they are hypoallergenic and suitable for all skin types.
Possibly the best beauty tools that you could ever own, with proper care, these high quality makeup brushes will last a lifetime.

Use Tips

Pick up some foundation from the back of your hand with the brush. Start applying the makeup in the center of the face so that you can blend outwards and avoid noticeable makeup lines.
Use broad, downward strokes to sweep and blend the makeup onto the nose, forehead, cheeks and chin.
Finally use the tapered edges of the brush to blend the makeup into those hard-to-reach areas, like the corners of the nose, hairline and around the eyes and mouth.

Tool Care

To maintain the performance of your brush, wash regularly with a mild detergent. Hold the brush at a slight angle, tips downwards, NEVER UPWARDS.
Carefully wet the brush hair, place a little detergent on your fingertips, and shampoo in the direction of the hair. Pay special attention to the hair near the ferrule.
Rinse thoroughly under gentle running water. Gently press the brush head flat in a clean dry towel, and press back into shape.
Air dry flat on the towel or hang the brush, suspended with the hair tip facing downwards.
Never leave to dry with the hair facing upwards, as this may allow particles to collect in, and water to run into the ferrule, which may cause the hair to fan or shed.