Powder & Sculpt Brush
Why It's SpecialThis brush is designed to create your ideal facial framework with precision. It’s ideal if you want to apply just the right amount of product to your t-zone and nose area for a professional finish. This beautiful, multiuse brush can be used with pressed or loose powder to highlight and contour the face. It’s also perfect for applying blush. You want your powder to be lightly applied only where you need to ensure a dewy, flawless complexion. Light fibers and a sculpted end mean that your application will be precise, and won’t end up leaving your skin looking cakey and flat.
What It IsA makeup brush with a tapered end to shade the hollows of your cheeks or temples, and highlight your cheekbones, nose, and Cupid’s bow for a flawless finish to your makeup.
What Else You Need to KnowThe sustainable wooden handle is designed to be easy to use, and is faceted so it won’t roll off of your vanity table. The brush head features the maximum number of hairs, hand-pulled into the perfect shape by a master brush maker in Europe. This beautiful range was created in Charlotte’s signature rose gold and night crimson colors.
But Would I Buy it Again?
Let me start off by saying that this is an exceptional brush. It is soft, applies my check powders (blush, bronzer, etc.) like a dream, and keeps its shape! It’s fluffiness without being messy is what makes it magical. What is not magical is the $50 price tag associated with this single brush. I received it as a gift and I cherish it so much and it’s clearly well loved... but I don’t know if a single brush is truly worth $50. Even a Charlotte Tilbury Brush. Charlotte Tilbury - Powder & Sculpt Brush
Charlotte Tilbury-Powder & Sculpt Brush
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