Mary Kay® Liquid Foundation Brush

Mary Kay® Liquid Foundation Brush



The Mary Kay® Liquid Foundation Brush allows you to apply any Mary Kay® Liquid Foundation like a professional. Featuring a specially-designed tapered brush that goes where fingertips can’t, it works like a paintbrush on canvas, depositing the right amount of product for a precise, even and smooth application. Unlike a sponge, the bristles don’t absorb makeup so you actually use less. And, unlike fingertips, the brush doesn’t add excess oil. The end result is a smoother, more flawless finish. The unique, flat, tapered shape of this brush applies liquid foundation evenly and smoothly and ensures that every contour on the face is covered. The synthetic bristles don’t absorb makeup like a sponge or add excess oil like fingertips, so you actually use less. The end result is a smoother, more perfectly flawless finish. Works well with any Mary Kay® liquid foundation.

HOW TO USE:
Start at the center of your face, at the nose or forehead and use broad, even strokes, working out to hairline and chin to sweep and blend the makeup.


AUD$20.00


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The Mary Kay® Liquid Foundation Brush allows you to apply any Mary Kay® Liquid Foundation like a pro. Featuring a specially-designed tapered brush that goes where fingertips can’t, it works like a paintbrush on canvas, depositing the right amount of product for a precise, even and smooth application. Unlike a sponge, the bristles don’t absorb makeup so you actually use less. And, unlike fingertips, the brush doesn’t add excess oil. The end result is a smoother, more flawless finish. The unique, flat, tapered shape of this brush applies liquid foundation evenly and smoothly and ensures that every contour on the face is covered. The synthetic bristles don’t absorb makeup like a sponge or add excess oil like fingertips, so you actually use less. The end result is a smoother, more perfectly flawless finish. Works well with any Mary Kay® liquid foundation.

Start at the center of your face, at the nose or forehead and use broad, even strokes, working out to hairline and chin to sweep and blend the makeup.