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3CE

Blush Brush #18

3 reviews

$258.00

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    Give your cheeks a flirtatious flush with this wide, flat, and sculpted blush brush. Loved by both beauty beginners and professional artists alike, 3CE brushes are easy to clean, easy to use and made with high-quality synthetic brushes that feel soft against the skin.

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    Gently sweep blush across cheekbones.

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ratings & reviews
3 Reviews

Low cp value.

Has a very low cp value. Firstly the brush is not soft as sigma brush. and it is so heavy, challenging during make up. And the most important is the plastic smell very heavy!!! Somemore i saw words MADE IN CHINA on box.... speechless...

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Super High Quality, Very Soft!

I had put through my very first 3CE MASS-buy, wanting to get a good feel of the brand, and I have nothing but positive things to say! I bought this brush with the intention of using it as a foundation brush, and it works amaaazingly for that purpose. I couldn't imagine using it for blush, I understand the idea is to pat, but the face of the brush is larger than my Sigma F80, but it's incredibly soft, and I love it for foundation!!

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Didn't know how to use it at first....

I was stumped when I first saw the brush. It's circular and fanned out, not the usual tapered blush brush I'm used to. Then I was advised by a make-up junkie friend that this brush is to be used in a 'pat pat pat' motion, such that the colour appears in a radial, natural way rather than a streaky spot of colour. I use this brush for sweet pastel blushes so that it appears barely there and very natural. 

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