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103 Filbert Face Brush

103 Filbert Face Brush

Regular price $ 28.50 USD
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Filbert Face Brush

Unleash the magic of the Filbert dual-fiber face makeup brush. Don't be fooled by its size; this brush can rock a full face in minutes. Perfect for concealer, blush, and everything in between.

The Inspiration Behind The Brush

A unique one-of-a-kind brush crafted by Smith Cosmetics. The Filbert Face Brush takes inspiration from the Filbert paintbrush which is used for blending and creating soft edges around natural objects like flower petals. We have recreated the Filbert brush into a makeup brush, which is just as perfect at blending soft edges as the Filbert paintbrush.

 

Pairs with: Liquid, cream, and powder products.

Materials

Made of a natural and synthetic hair mix.

Ferrule is made of 24k gold plated brass and is double crimped when attached to the handle for extra stability, preventing a wobbly brush head.

Handle is made of one single piece of hard wood, shaped for balance and finished with an antibacterial coating to prevent the growth of bacteria, mold and mildew.

Shipping & Returns

Eligible for full refund or exchange if unused or defective.

Care Instructions

Care Instructions for Your Smith Brush

Remember, your Smith Brush wants to be used! Here's how to clean and care for it...

For the Brush Head:

1. Preparation: Ensure you have a gentle hydrating soap and lukewarm water ready.

2. Wet the Brush: Gently wet the brush head with lukewarm water. Ensure the water doesn't go past where the ferrule attaches to the handle to prevent damage.

3. Soap Application: Pour a small amount of the liquid soap into the palm of your hand.

4. Clean the Brush: Swirl the brush head in your soapy palm until it foams.

5. Rinse: Rinse the brush thoroughly. If the water doesn't run clear (indicating product residue), repeat steps 3-5 until the brush is clean.

6. Remove Excess Water: Start by holding the brush vertically, with the brush head down, and wrapping your thumb and forefinger into a tight circle around the bottom of the ferrule, near where the brush head starts. Then, pull that same hand down over the brush head, squeezing as you go, to remove excess water.

7. Drying: Lay the brush flat in an area with good air circulation, ensuring the entire brush head is exposed to the air. Avoid placing it on bathroom sinks or counters where one side might be obstructed.

Caution: Never let a damp brush rest against counters or towels. This can prevent proper air circulation and potentially lead to mold growth on the brush head.

For the Handle:

Wipe with a warm damp cloth. If there are makeup stains that aren't coming off with warm water and a cloth, use the same gentle soap you used on the brush head to clean the handle.

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