The Dual Ended Angled Eyebrow Brush is Benefit’s latest stroke of genius; a synthetic brow tool that allows for a precise and detailed application that pairs perfectly with your Powmade Brow Pomade. Keep reading to find out why it’s a must-have for brows…
The Most Important Thing About Benefit’s Dual Ended Angled Eyebrow Brush Is…
Since 1976, Benefit has been an expert in brows; now the World’s No.1 Brow Brand Benefit knows what they’re doing when it comes to the brows you have or achieving the brows you want. Benefit has leaned on 45 years worth of experience to create the perfect brow brush; whether you love powders, creams or pomades the Dual Ended Brush will help you achieve precise, natural-looking eyebrows.
You Will Love This If…
Everyone can enjoy the Benefit Dual Ended Angled Eyebrow Brush; however, it’s especially beneficial if you find it difficult to achieve precise, non-messy pomade application as well as a fanned out natural-looking brow. Plus, the ultra-fine tapered tip is great for anyone looking to create detailed, controlled eyebrow looks.
The Benefit Dual Ended Angled Eyebrow Brush features both an angled brush for clean lines and a spoolie that gently spreads pomade, cream or powder through the hairs for a soft blended fluffy brow look; the effortlessly easy design doesn’t pull on the delicate eyebrows hair, making it ideal for anyone with sparse brows. The synthetic, animal-friendly bristles have a softer outside for comfort, and a firmer centre for maximum control. Not to forget, synthetic bristles that are easy to clean, so you can keep your brush looking fresh for longer!
What’s Special About The Design?
The Benefit brush contains a sleek, modern perspex handle for a modern touch to any makeup bag. The grip marks at both ends of the brush make for an effortless, non-shaking hold.
How Do You Use It?
Brush brows into place with the custom made spoolie, then coat the angled brush in your eyebrow product. If you’re using a pomade or wax, wipe the brush tip to remove excess and grip the brush close to the bristles; next stoke onto brows, in short, upward motions and finish off by blending with the spoolie.
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