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Works Flawlessly With
Retractable Angled Kabuki Brush
On The Go
- Never Sheds
- Blends Seamlessly
- High Bristle Count
We use strictly vegan synthetic bristles in our professional-grade makeup brushes. Each is designed to feel soft and smooth on the face.
Our Angled Kabuki Brush can be used with both cream and powder formulas, including foundations, concealers, blushes, bronzers and highlighters, for a seamless finish.
Once you remove the cap, you will find the brush includes an integrated sleeve cover, which can be pulled fully up to hide the bristles, or fully down to release them. To densify the bristles and create fuller coverage, pull the sleeve almost all the way up so that some of the bristles are still showing.
The Angled Kabuki Brush can used to apply both powders and creams. The angled shape is perfect for precise application of blush & bronzers to contour as well.
Our experts recommend using the Airbrush Kabuki Brush to apply powder formulas, such as Laura Geller's Baked products. The dense bristles and domed shape give you a clean, even finish.
To clean your brushes, first wet the bristles with lukewarm water. Next, place a drop of your cleanser of choice into the palm of your clean hand. Gently massage the tips of the bristles in your palm. Rinse the bristles thoroughly. Finally, squeeze out the excess moisture with a clean towel.
We want you to try your Laura Geller products and fall in love with them. If you're not happy with your purchase, send it back within 30 days for a full refund or exchange. We'll cover the return shipping cost.
Ideal for both loose and pressed powders, use this travel-friendly tool to add foundation, color, highlight, or contour the face.
“Your brushes harbor leftover makeup, bacteria and oils. This can cause breakouts, infections and or irritations, especially around the delicate eye area. Change out your brushes every three weeks or clean every two weeks by swishing them in warm water and shampoo, rinse and let dry”
~Dr. Howard Sobel, Founder of SOBEL SKIN Dermatologist and Dermatologic Surgeon at Lenox Hill Hospital