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Airbuki Bamboo Powder Foundation Brush

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    Buff your way to airbrushed complexion perfection with this soft brush that’s the perfect complement to the Amazonian Clay Full Coverage Airbrush Foundation. Versatile and made from sustainably harvested bamboo and synthetic bristles, this brush allows you to flawlessly apply powder foundation like a pro. Travel-friendly and cruelty-free, this brush fits perfectly into the mesh sifter on the foundation for clean and easy application every time.


    • Formulated WITHOUT: Parabens, Phthalates

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    • To apply Amazonian Clay Airbrush Foundation, gently push the Airbuki Bamboo Powder Foundation Brush into the mesh sifter—no shaking necessary.
    • Tap away the excess and then buff the moisture-rich powder onto skin in circular motions until desired coverage is achieved.

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2 reviews

love it

many many many many many kabuki i bought. this is the best! though it's very expensive. but you just have to try it out yourself. it glide smoothly to my skin. i got to say.... i serously do not what else to say

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It's good, but not a necessity!

This is a wonderful brush, especially paired with the tarte amazonian clay airbrush powder foundation! However.... I feel as though this can sometimes just apply to product to one part of the face, making it difficult to blend out, and if you have dry skin, I would try to avoid this, as sometimes the buffing of this bush accentuate my dry spots.

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