This brush features perfectly symmetrical bristles and consistent density across its angled brush head. Its unqiue bristle arrangement fits into all the contours of the face (including around the nose and under the eyes) and provide the ultimate control for an even streak-free foundation finish.
Also doubles up as a blending brush for cream blushers.
- Small, soft and dense angled head that fits all areas of the face
- Densely packed brush head offers medium to full coverage
- Works especially well on cheekbones, area under eye and on the contours of the nose
- Blends foundation and concealer for an instant even airbrushed finish
- Contours forehead and jawline with liquid and cream contouring makeup
- Adds a natural blush with cream based blushers
- Best with liquid or cream foundation
- Also great with liquid or cream based blushers and contouring makeup
Suitable for cream/ water/ powder based products.
More product information:
- Handle: wood, dark purple glossy finish
- Ferrule: aluminum, gold
- Bristles: anti-bacterial synthetic bristles
- Bristle length: 1.4cm (shorter end) and 2.2cm (longer end)*
- Total length (handle + ferrule + bristles): 15cm*
- Total weight: approximately 30 grams*
*As all our brushes have been crafted by hand, please allow a slight variation in bristle diameter, length and weight between brushes
As with all our brushes:
All 13rushes brushes are crafted to be divinely soft and decidedly luxurious. 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.
1) Difference(s) between the Flat Top Foundation and Angled Flat Foundation: The Flat Top Foundation brush has a bigger brush head than the Angled Flat Foundation. Consequently the...
2) Similarities between the Flat Top Foundation and Angled Flat Foundation:
- Flat Top Foundation blends faster and covers large areas more quickly
- Angled Flat Foundation requires more strokes to complete makeup application
- Flat Top Foundation is less precise and requires more effort to reach the hard to reach areas of the face (this is not such a big problem if you are using the brush on yourself. But if you are a makeup artist, then this lack of precision and control might be a problem when you are applying makeup on the client)
- Angled Flat Foundation is more precise so you can easily blend foundation or concealer under the eyes.
- Angled Flat Foundation is more multi-functional. You can use it with cream and liquid blushers and contouring makeup
- Equally dense for full- medium coverage
- Ultra soft bristles that doesn't cause skin drag
- Great with liquids and creams
3) Can i use the Angled Flat Foundation to contour my nose? We think its a little too big for nose contouring. But this brush is great for contouring the sides of the face though!
4) Help me decide between the 3 foundation brushes- 13rave, Angled Flat Foundation and Flat Top Foundation. There are 2 considerations to be made here- firstly the type of makeup used and secondly speed vs precision. Here's a general guideline:
- Liquid and cream foundation: Angled flat foundation / Flat Top Foundation
- BB creams or bb cushions: Angled flat foundation / Flat Top Foundation
- Liquid and cream blushers: Angled flat foundation
- Liquid and cream contouring makeup: Angled flat foundation
- Compact powder: 13rave
- Powder based blushers: 13rave (While the 13rave might be slightly big for the cheeks, you can still use it as a blusher brush by picking up makeup with only one side of the brush)
If you require speed, choose the 13rave/ Flat Top foundation. If you require precision, choose the Angled Flat Foundation