This Lip Brush No. 11 was designed to apply and outlining lipstick and lipsgloss application.
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High quality lip brush
Everyone knows that when putting on a lipstick, the lip folds are not completely covered or have been pulled over the contour. This not only looks ugly, but the lipstick color also wears out relatively quickly. With the lip brush No. 11 from Dorothy Roffat Cosmetics you achieve a better and more precise result. This brush was specially developed to absorb the lipstick color well and to distribute it precisely on the lips. The brush hair soaks up the paint like a sponge. When applied, it is very economical and finds every fold to cover it with paint. Applying with a lip brush naturally also affects the durability of the lipstick color. The hygiene factor should also not be neglected. Working with a lip brush is much more hygienic than applying it directly with a lipstick because the brush should be cleaned after each use.
If you are using a lip brush for the first time, you will not find it that difficult. The lip brush from Dorothy Roffat Cosmetics is a high quality product with a bamboo handle. This makes it comfortable to hold and enables you to work precisely.
The right care for a long shelf life
As with other brushes, proper cleaning is required. It is best to clean the brush with warm water. You can also use a mild shampoo for degreasing, e.g. Use baby shampoo.
- Flat, square brush head shape
- Bamboo brush handle
- Brush head diameter approx. 1 cm
- Length of the brush head approx. 2 cm
- Suitable for all types of lipstick
- Extremely absorbent and economical
- Supple and dimensionally stable
- First, prepare your lips as usual. You should make sure that your lips are smooth. Then the color lasts longer. If you have dry lips, use a cream every day to make your lips smooth and supple.
- Then take up the lipstick with the lip brush. It does not matter whether it is a classic lipstick or a liquid lip gloss.
- Next, run the narrow side of the brush along the contours of your mouth. If necessary, take up some lipstick.
- Fill your lower lip with the flat side of the brush first. To then fill your upper lip, you first start in the heart-shaped center of the lip and pull the lipstick color outwards to the corners of your mouth.
- Tip: To remove excess lipstick color, simply put a facial tissue between your lips and press your mouth together.