11. Lip Diffuse & Define Brush
This brush is dual ended so you get the best of both worlds. The diffuser tail helps to buff in your lip colour or liner to look more natural and pouty, whilst the definer end has a sharp rounded edge to carve the lip and create definition.
If you don’t do too much on the lips this brush can also be used to apply eyeshadow (diffuse end) or spot conceal (with the defined end).
Material: Premium Synthetic Hair, Coated Copper Ferrule, Painted Wooden Handle
Brush Care: Please refer to the ‘Brush care’ page for tips and instructions on regular cleaning processes.
Caution: DO NOT SOAK/SUBMERGE hairs and handles in heavy Alcohol or Water. Alcoholic Brush cleaner should only be used on the hairs sparingly. Heavy alcohol cleaners, if used in excess, can strip the paint off of the copper ferrule and wooden handles. To keep the integrity of the delicate brush hairs opt for a gentle deep cleaning product like the Tanielle Jai Brush Soap & Cleansing Pad.
I've always skimped out on my lip brushes & purchased cheap, good for nothing ones (thinking they all did the same thing) but boy was I wrong.
It goes without saying, this is yet another soft brush - not prickly on either side, even after cleaning it so many times.
I've used mine religiously on clients & haven't had any issues with fraying from cleaning them so much.
If you're short on brushes and/or don't have time to spot clean between clients or for group bookings, you basically get two lip brushes in one.
It's also firm enough that you can get a clean swipe of lippy but soft enough that you can comfortably distribute your lipstick.
I also sometimes like to use the diffuse side to go around the lips with a concealer or foundation to clean up the edges - more so on a nude/natural lip, not so much a crisp, super defined lip.
I used both ends of it. Perfect size in both ends. I don’t use anything else for lip product applications. Low maintenance too and easy to clean.