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SEPHORA COLLECTION Pro Contour Brush #74
4.75 / 5 based on 36 Reviews
A rounded powder brush for sculpting facial features and contouring the complexion. Illuminate and highlight targeted areas of the face in a single gesture with this multipurpose brush. The head of natural goat bristles is large enough for any type of pressed powder, yet small enough for precise contouring. This brush is ideal for application below the eyes, around the mouth, below cheekbones, under arches of the eyebrows, over eyelids, and in front of the ears for beautiful, flattering definition. see more...
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SEPHORA COLLECTION Pro Contour Brush #74
- "After I apply liquid foundation with my beauty blender, I use a light powder and highlight certain areas of my face with this brush." in 2 reviews
- "I've never used this brush, but most of my makeup products come from Sephora." in 1 review
I highly recommend this product! I use the Anastasia contouring kit and wanted the perfect brush to apply it so I used this one. It applies your contour amazingly and I also use it to apply my highlight! You really get two in one with this brush!
I really like this brush for blush and *some* contour work. It's soft, you can see exactly how much product you've picked up on it, and it blends smoothly. I like the smaller shape because it allows you to be more precise with where you're applying your product. I've used it for blush, in which case I like to apply just behind the cheek apple and pull up along the temples. This brush allows me maximum control over where my color settles. I also like it for light contouring around the nose and jaw area. It's also great if you're just looking to apply your highlighter subtly. Lastly, I love the design of Sephora pro brushes. They're long and pen-like with just enough girth to grip.
If you're just beginning to learn how to use bronzer and contouring I highly recommend this brush. It doesn't give you a lot of makeup just in one spot which makes it easier to buff out the lines later. I use it everyday and overall it's a nice fluffy brush and looks super professional.
Love, love, love the Sephora brand face brush collection!!! Best brushes for contouring, highlighting, applying foundation and concealer along with blush/bronzer. It's all multi purpose! Don't have to use for one single purpose; just use for what it works best for you. I use contour brush for Foundation and it work's great!
I ordered this brush thinking I was purchasing a brush I'd seen in the store. At first I was totally bummed I ordered the wrong brush for $30 but quickly I realized I loved it. It's perect for applying my blush and highlighter. Hasn't shed at all like some reviews said. Such a great small brush to add to my collection.
I love Sephora brushes! The brush is very soft and applies your makeup really well. I love the look of the brushes as well. The only complaint I have is that I wish they were more affordable but they are still great quality brushes.
After using Sephora brushes, I don't think I'll ever use any other brand. They hold up so well, they're soft and they hold product great. I love everyone that I've purchased so far!
I've own this brush from Sephora for over a year now and I still use it almost daily. It applies very even, blends everything awesome for me. I've used it for blush and contour.
In love with this baby. I use it to contour and I can also highlight with. It's small enough to get in all the right places for that fierce contour. I've had it for over a year and its still like new
Perfect brush from applying brush, highlighter and bronzers! The right balance of being fluffy and soft enough to blend nicely with the density to apply a decent amount of pigment onto the skin.
Q & A
How does this brush deal with breakage and shedding?
I have been wanting this brush for so long because I've heard it is similar to the MAC 109. Does anyone know if this is true?
How does this stack up against other pro brushes?
Are sephora brushes as good of quality as name brand brushes??
I know that angles brushes are usually better to use when contouring , so does anyone know if this brush is actually good?
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