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This 11 piece cosmetics brush set is silky soft and great for all your makeup application needs. Made from bamboo and best quality synthetic hair to ensure perfect and professional results.


  • Great for applying cream, powder, and liquid cosmetics
  • The bamboo handle is not easy for bacteria to breed.
  • Lightweight 
  • Comfortable to hold
  • Carry case 
  • Portable
  • Perfect for travelling
  • Easy to stick powder, natural colour, even transmission
  • With proper care, your brush can be used for several years
  • Including all the basics you need for daily applications, perfect for foundation, concealer, eye shadow, etc
  • Suitable for professional use or personal use.
  • In a Gorgeous branded case



1. Mini flat kabuki brush

2. Mini powder brush

3. Flat Kabuki brush

4. Powder brush

5. Blush brush

6. Foundation brush

7. Blending brush

8. Precision brush

9. Liner brush

10. Flat eyeshadow brush

11. Gorgeous Brush Case


Hey Gorgeous - Vegan Make-Up Brushes (11 piece)

  • Mini and Flat Kabuki Brushes:

    The flat-top angled kabuki foundation brush should be used to apply a liquid or cream foundation, blush, or bronzer. The angled brush head hugs the planes and curves of your face for even application every time. To use, apply product in small, circular buffing motions, angling the brush with the contours of your face.

    Powder Brushes

    To use a powder brush for foundation, dip the brush into the powdered product—applicable for both pressed and loose powders—and swirl in circles or sweeping strokes until you achieve even coverage. Pro tip: it’s easier to ensure adequate application if you start in the middle of your face and work your way out.

    Blush Brush:

    A blush brush is similar to a powdered brush. Brushes for blush are generally a little stubbier, however, as they are covering a smaller area than a powder brush. When applying blush, try to avoid Raggedy-Ann-reminiscent red circles on your cheeks.

    To avoid the doll look, diffuse blush outward while applying to the apples of your cheeks. Start with light pressure and test out the pigmentation on your wrist or the back of your hand. It’s much easier to build colour than it is to wipe it away after it’s already been applied.


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