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Any of you have suggestions on a really good quality natural hair brush of Cream Blush?

I've been searching for a good one but had no luck.

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i don't understand the question...do you want a brush to apply cream blush?...
cream blush should be applied with the fingertips...

i have a brush set from bobbie brown...

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Originally posted by CelineChic@Oct 27 2004, 12:50 PM
Any of you have suggestions on a really good quality natural hair brush of Cream Blush?

I've been searching for a good one but had no luck.
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Armani's Blender brush is their natural haired foundation brush and it's apparently suppose to be good as a cream blush brush too

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yes i agree, aren't foundation brushes good for applying cream products?

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Originally posted by iChelle@Oct 28 2004, 08:25 AM
yes i agree, aren't foundation brushes good for applying cream products?
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Try "190 Foundation Brush" from MAC,

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Originally posted by Alejandro@Oct 7 2004, 11:35 AM
Never tried them, IMO, Shu Uemura has the best brushes
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Being a makeup artist in training I have to agree with that. Shu Uemura brushes are the best. Kryolan brushes are very good too IMO.

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Originally posted by genis78@Oct 28 2004, 08:31 AM
Try "190 Foundation Brush" from MAC,
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synthetic bristles right?

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Originally posted by softgrey@Oct 28 2004, 01:08 AM
i don't understand the question...do you want a brush to apply cream blush?...
cream blush should be applied with the fingertips...

i have a brush set from bobbie brown...
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The problem with using fingers is that the more you rub it in the more it gets on your finger.

So you end up with more blush on your finger than you do on your hand.


A brush like this....



I'm however not familiar with the brand.

http://www.sephora.com/browse/product.jhtm...ategoryId=S4500

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Becca is an Australian cosmetics brand

the brush is made from synthetic fibre though, not natural hair as you were asking for above

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I love using Crown brushes. I like to experiment on different brushes. Not just only one brand.

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Originally posted by PradaP@Oct 28 2004, 09:04 PM
the brush is made from synthetic fibre though, not natural hair as you were asking for above
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Just a Q...what diffrence does it make if u use a brush with natural hair
than a brush with synthetic fibre ?

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Just a Q...what diffrence does it make if u use a brush with natural hair
than a brush with synthetic fibre ?
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Natural hairs give a finer finish.

I find synthetic hairs to be to thick and make application hard with streaky results.

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Originally posted by CelineChic@Oct 29 2004, 11:43 AM
Natural hairs give a finer finish.

I find synthetic hairs to be to thick and make application hard with streaky results.
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Taklon is a super fine kind of nylon that is used alot in foundation brushes. It's supposedly just as good, or better than natural bristles, for applying emollient-based makeup because the product will not be absorbed into the bristles. I have a Japonesque foundation brush made of taklon and Chanel has some taklon brushes as well

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