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Mary Kay® Cream Eye Color/Concealer Brush
BY MARY KAY #18 in Facial Makeup Brushes
4.75 / 5 based on 896 Reviews
This is the perfect brush for applying any cream product, such as Mary Kay® Eye Primer, Mary Kay® Cream Eye Color and Mary Kay® Concealer. †. . The short, flat, synthetic bristles allow the brush to distribute cream-based products evenly. The tapered shape is designed for precise application. Learn more! †. For hygienic reasons, it is recommended to dedicate one brush for use with cream eye color and one brush for use with concealer.see more...
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Mary Kay® Cream Eye Color/Concealer Brush
- "I received this product complimentary from Influenster in my Mary Kay Vox Box and at first glance I thought how is this any different than the stippling brush from ELF, but I was proven wrong." in 37 reviews
- "It's a little difficult to clean after you use the eye creams, but I also use it to apply my powder eye shadows and it works great." in 36 reviews
- "It is very soft and excellent to apply eyeshadow but I also use it to apply my concealer great quality I absolutely recommend it " in 30 reviews
- "I even used it to help clean up my brows and I thought it worked really well - I was a little skeptical because it is fairly soft and a little bit larger than other concealor brushes I own but I do like it a lot." in 26 reviews
- "I regret buying all the other ones I have that have been cheap just to be able to get a few when I could have gotten one good quality one like this." in 21 reviews
brissles break easily and left my face feeling itchy i didnt like this product at all and i will never use again
Was very disappointed in the whole set of the Mary Kay brushes they're really rough the bristles are very Pokey I can get an elf brush thats softer and I pay $3 for a elf brush instead of $20 for a Mary Kay m4a expensive brand you would think they would have the softer brushes like you get at Sephora
I didn't like that much cause it's small & I take me more time than usual to blend the conceler :/ so, ew, I prefer to use something else like a sponge
I received this product complimentary from Influenster in my Mary Kay Vox Box and at first glance I thought how is this any different than the stippling brush from ELF, but I was proven wrong. the bristles are much softer and slightly longer than that of the stippling brush. This Mary Kay brush is for cream eye shadows and maybe you could use it for lip creams. I don't see how or why I would want to use it for concealer when my concealer comes with an application brush already. Also while the cream eye shadow is nice and this brush makes for easier application, I don't see myself using it that much. I'm lazy and like to be hands on so I end up using my fingers a lot. The brush is so delicate I'm afraid I'll break it.
I received this product complimentary from Influenster for testing purposes. I found that the brush is very flimsy, and when I went to try it with the MK cream eye color I was not impressed at all. Although it gets the job done (kinda), I can name 10 other brushes that are better. I wouldn't recommend this product to anyone
The first thing I did when I received this product was use it with my matching Mary Kay Cream Eye Color (as was advertised in the little card that came in the box). I was impressed by how nice quality the brush was - the bristles were extremely soft and the nice material made me think the brush could be worth the price. The product barely applied to my eyelids and had instead spread all over the brush, much to my disappointment. I washed off my brush, dried it off, and the next day, decided to give it a try with a concealer. It applied my concealer with lots of streaking, whether I used a patting or sweeping motion. I'm at a loss with what to do with this thing! I have yet to figure out what exactly will work with it, as I'm getting no use out of it right now and I'm currently better off with my fingers or other brushes I already own. Maybe I'll have to try using it for a non-advertised product?
I've never been impressed by Mary Kay brushes, and this one is no exception. The bristles started falling out after a couple washes and the brush was too stiff to pick up product correctly. Application was patchy and clearly streaked from the bristles (which clumped together at the very sight of my MAC paint pot). I guess not the worst brush in the world, but save up for something better.
The brush bristles feel cheap. They aren't soft and poke you if you apply eyeshadow or concealer. It takes a very exact angle for them to not. I have a concealer brush from ulta that is my favorite, this one is going to a friend who doesn't have a brush like this at all.
Its really works but I'm not really a eyeshadow fan. I got it from a Mary Kay shaker she is really nice and she uses the product. A little of of times not really. I'm white but not really I'm light skin. Yes I will it's a really good product it works pretty good.
It's a good brush no complaints on it at all, I would buy it again if it was cheap as the first time that I bought it because I would buy other brides this one was a little hadd
Q & A
Is this good for filling in eyebrows?
I've always used the type of applicator that comes in the eyeshadow case. What does a brush do that a regular applicator doesn't
Does the brush shed a lot?
Do you think that it is worth the price?
Is this a nice brush??? I would LOVE to try it!!
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