Touch Up Artist


A flat crescent-shaped tapered brush that helps with powder touch-ups without messing your makeup. Unlike a fluffy powder brush, the Touch Up Artist packs on powders precisely with minimal fallouts. It’s densely packed brush head blends even the creamiest product. Furthermore, this brush is also a great multi-tasker. Apart from setting powder, use it to prime, apply foundation, conceal dark circles, highlight and contour your face!

We wanted a brush that was flat, firm but still keeping it a little fluffy so that it can pack on powders precisely with minimal fallouts.

These characteristics coincidentally makes the brush wonderful for blending liquids and creams. One thing we all dislike is how big chubby brushes absorb way too much products.

So this brush solves that! This brush actually blends more than it absorbs ♥️ reducing wastage, maximising efficiency!


Use with

⇨ Concealers

⇨ Primers

⇨ All textures of foundations

⇨ Pressed and loose powders

⇨ All textures of highlighters

⇨ All textures of contouring products



Bristles: Cruelty-free anti-bacterial synthetic bristles

Ferrule: Aluminium

Handle: Wood

Brush care

As with all makeup brushes, we recommend washing at least once a week. Please keep brush handles completely dry while washing to prolong the lifespan of your brushes. Store in a cool and dry place. Avoid exposure to heat sources (e.g. hairdryer).

*As all of our brushes are crafted by hand to be divinely soft and luxurious, please allow a slight variation in bristle diameter, length and weight between brushes. Using only the highest grade of textured synthetic bristles, our tools optimize product application, avoid potential allergic reactions to animal fur, and promote the use of non-animal products.

Need help? Here's a little guide to help you pick the right brush: (Right click and select 'Open image in New Tab' to see it in full screen)

Brush Guide - Foundation

Brush Guide - Foundation

Brush Guide - Concealer

Brush Guide - Concealer

Brush Guide - Setting Powder

Brush Guide - Setting Powder

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