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is it necessary to buy a separate brush for bronzer or a regular powder/blush brush will do? Whaat brands have a good bronzer brush with natural bristles cuz my skin is really sensitive

 
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I think the best brush for bronzers are Kabuki Brushes. Bobbi Brown *in my opinion* has the best one.


Originally Posted by maiho is it necessary to buy a separate brush for bronzer or a regular powder/blush brush will do? Whaat brands have a good bronzer brush with natural bristles cuz my skin is really sensitive
 
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I was never one to spend $$ on makeup brushes until I got my NARS bronzer brush.It definitely makes a difference in the way my bronzer goes on.Not sure though if this is a naturally bristled brush

Originally Posted by maiho is it necessary to buy a separate brush for bronzer or a regular powder/blush brush will do? Whaat brands have a good bronzer brush with natural bristles cuz my skin is really sensitive
 
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I asked a lot of people about this NARS brush and everyone seem to think it's the best, so I went to sephora to find it. then a make up artist told me that sephora makes the exact same bronzer brush as nars, same manufacture for only $25. Nars cost 50 because they put their name on it. I was soo excited about it but it turns out that it's sold out, bummer. Oh well, at least now i know not to spend 50 bucks on the nars brush.

Originally Posted by allisong I was never one to spend $$ on makeup brushes until I got my NARS bronzer brush.It definitely makes a difference in the way my bronzer goes on.Not sure though if this is a naturally bristled brush
 
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Garden Botanika has excellent brushes & they've lasted FOR YEARS. I purchased a Bare Mnerals kit at Ulta & it had one stubby foundation brush in it that works well also. Mark Kay has great big brushes. I've even found very good ones at Sally's beauty supply & for y'all, Walmart, Michael's, Hobby Lobby & any self-respecting art supply store has more brushes than you can shake a leg at.

 

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