Pure Anada offers high quality, affordable brushes that are ideal for the perfect application of mineral cosmetics. Made of a synthetic micro-fiber, they are both vegan and cruelty-free. You will be surprised at how soft they feel. The handles are made of sustainable bamboo wood, making them an eco-friendly choice. You will love these brushes!
Click here to read a Brushes Blog Post by Pure Anada's Makeup Artist.
Warranty: It is possible that a brush is faulty from the manufacturer. You will notice this almost immediately; the bristles will come off onto your skin the first time you use it, or after the first shampoo. We guarantee our brushes for 30 days after purchase. This gives you opportunity to apply your makeup and shampoo it a couple times to ensure the bristles are secure. Unfortunately, we cannot offer refunds or exchanges on brushes after this period of time.
This brush is easily one of our best sellers and a quick favourite. Everyone loves multi-use tools and makeup products. The one end - the angled liner brush - is used to apply eyeliner (powder, gel, or to fix eyeliner flaws). You can also use this end of the brush to apply brow colour or lip liner. The other end - the flat eyeshadow brush - is perfect for applying a colour to your eyelid, or use the tip of it to smudge eyeliner pencil or an eyeshadow colour under the eyes (instead of eyeliner pencil). Another use is for concealer under the eyes (or on any small blemish).
Remember: Pure Anada eye colours are very concentrated. Tap a small amount into the lid of the pot, and swirl the brush in the pigments.
Care: You should wash all your brushes on a weekly basis. That may seem excessive, but your makeup will apply much smoother and your skin will thank you! Cleaning your brushes on a regular basis will prevent product build-up, ensuring they last as long as possible.
Rinse the bristles under warm, running water. Swirl your brush with some shampoo in the palm of your hand. Continue swirling and rinsing until the water runs clear. Gently squeeze the moisture out of the bristles and lay the brushes FLAT to dry. If brushes are set to dry upright (bristles up), moisture will seep into the ferrule (metal collar). This causes the glue to let loose and will ruin your brush.
The synthetic bristles are vegan and cruelty-free, and the handle is made of sustainable, eco-friendly bamboo.