Just so you know, we share cookies
CLAIM TO FAME: A water drop shaped brush that blends makeup flawlessly
FAST FACTS: Made with soft, dense bristles; designed for applying foundation and contouring the cheekbones; elastic stick improves coverage and makeup adherence; also applies blush seamlessly
PERFECT FOR: Smooth, flawless makeup application
WHAT YOU GET: (1) MISSHA Professional Oval Makeup Brush
STEP 1: Take an appropriate amount of base makeup product on the brush and apply over the face following the skin texture.
STEP 2: Cover up curved areas such as side of nose with brush top.
STEP 3: Pat lightly to be adhered well to skin.
TIP: Define facial contour with highlighter, shading products. You can use not only foundation and BB cream but also other base makeup products such as fluid-type blusher, highlighter, and shading powder.
Cleaning the brush:
STEP 1: When the brush gets dirty, wash it with brush cleanser and rinse thoroughly with lukewarm or cold water.
STEP 2: Press the brush lightly with towel or tissue and hang it to be dried completely.
TIP: It is recommended to wash the brush after use 2-3 times to keep it soft and clean. Wash the brush with lukewarm water to prevent brush hair’s damage. When dry the brush with hair dryer, the hair can be rough. To avoid it, hang the brush in shady place to dry.
Korean brand and local cult-fave Missha has been offering customers high-quality yet affordable products since they started purveying their items through Beauty.net in 2000. Realizing that cosmetics and skincare were no longer a luxury but a vital part of everyday, they decided to make it their goal to create premium products that were inexpensive but worked wonders for the skin. Today, they’ve launched a series of successful product lines for both men and women, and breached the international market, with stores in New York, Hong Kong, Australia, and Singapore.
I bought the MISSHA Professional Oval Makeup Brush out of curiousity. I do not apply foundation on everyday basis. It is tedious and time consuming. I stick with my Nars Tinted moisturizer. I tried this brush but I didnt like the finished texture compare to using my finger in spreading my bb. And it is also small (a little bigger than a tootbrush) so also time consuming.over 2 years ago