What makes this product unique?
Concealer Brush is a soft, expertly tapered nylon brush that is perfectly sized for precision application of concealer under the eyes. The shape of the brush allows you to use the flat side for larger areas (such as covering undereye circles) or use the tip for pinpoint application to blemishes or small areas of discoloration. Designed to work with all types of concealer, Concealer Brush can also be used to apply cream or cream-to-powder eyeshadows or liquid highlighters.
Measures 6 inches from handle to brush head.
Who is this product for?
The Concealer Brush is recommended for anyone who uses concealer.
DIRECTIONS: For cream concealers in a pot or jar or stick concealers, gently stroke the flat side of the Concealer Brush over the concealer to pick up an even layer of product. Apply to the undereye area, beginning at the inner corner of the eye and blending out under the entire lower lash line. Use the brush tip to reach the inside corner of the eye near the tear duct. It is best to use a "dab and blend" method to ensure smooth, even coverage. Simply dab the concealer over dark areas and then use the side of the brush without concealer to blend and soften any hard edges. If desired, set concealer with a light dusting of loose or pressed powder.
For wand-style or liquid concealers, first dab the product onto the back of your free hand. Use the full, flat side of the Concealer Brush to pick up an even layer of product, and apply as directed above. Because these types of concealers usually have a thin consistency, you may need to layer product to achieve desired level of coverage.
For concealing minor discolorations and blemishes, use the tip of the Concealer Brush and gently dab concealer directly on the discolored area. Flip the brush to the "clean" side and use this to carefully feather out the edges of concealer, being sure not to remove concealer from the epicenter of the discoloration or blemish. Let dry, and set with loose or pressed powder.
How many brushes do I need?
Your choice of brushes is determined by how you apply your makeup. An elaborate, nuanced makeup application would typically involve a variety of brushes. Conversely, a minimal and/or basic makeup application requires fewer brushes. The general rule to follow is that the size of the brush should match (or correspond with) the size of the area you are working on. It is best to avoid using the same brush for applying both lighter and darker colors.
When should I replace my brushes?
Replace them if they become misshapen, frayed, or start shedding excessively, or if the brush handle becomes loose or splintered.
The fact is even the best, most luxurious makeup brushes are not costly to make. Our brushes are customized for us from a major supplier and we buy in bulk, which keeps the cost to you down.
What are Paula's Choice brushes made of?
The handles are wood and our brushes feature natural hair, except for the Concealer Brush, Blush Brush, Powder Brush, and Precision Liner Brush, which are made of synthetic hair.