Real Techniques by Samantha Chapman, Retractable Bronzer Brush, 1 Brush29 Reviews
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0.24 lbs (0.11 kg)
- Product Code: RTE-01417
- UPC Code: 079625014174
- Package Quantity: 1 Brush
- Dimensions: 2 x 1.3 x 8.3 in, 0.2 lbs (0.09 kg)
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- By Sam & Nic Chapman
- Your Base/ Flawless
- High Definition Results
- Online Tutorials Make You The Expert
- Reveal Your Inner Expert
- With High-Tech Brushes + Online Tutorials
- Sam & Nic Pro Makeup Artists + YouTube Beauty Gurus
- Great Looks Start With a Flawless Base
Our retractable bronzer brush is the key for creating a natural finish by expertly blending bronzer or finishing powder:
- Looks Pixel Perfect Even in Harsh Light
- Ultra Plush Bristles
- Go Mobile With Our Retractable Design
iHerb Customer Reviews
I love this brush as it can be used as a stippling brush to apply foundation, powder, and its fantastic as a bronzer brush! Looking at its huge size i was bit skeptical how it eould fare as a bronzer brush but I was surprised to see how it works as an all over bronzer brush! It keaves a very natural looking finish and picks up just about enough product. I feel this brush also helps a lil product go a long way! A very nice multi-tasking brush to throw into ur handbag..Love it :)
I didn't like this brush. I used it for face powder and I felt like it dug into my pressed powders and didn't pick up product. I haven't tried it for foundation because I use a beauty blender regardless hehe. If you really like stippling brushes then try it out. I found it a little spoken and hurt my face.