Friday, May 23, 2008

The Pink Awareness Set Reviewed by Makeup Artist in Makeup2Beauty

In recognition of breast cancer awareness month, The Brush Company has created a "Pink Awareness Brush Set."

20% of the proceeds from all sales, will benefit selected breast cancer foundations.

The "Pink Awareness Brush Set" has five mini makeup brushes, complete with pink handles and stores in a soft roll case with flap closing.
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Wednesday, May 21, 2008

7 PC Travel Brush Set seen in Salon Search

Keep it together with this great mini travel makeup brush set by The Brush Company. The brushes are 4 ½ inches in length and the black case is flat and compact at 5 ½” in length, with a zipper closure to keep all the contents secure. Achieve that flawless look each day when you use these brushes to apply your makeup. Now you can have the same quality tools used by Hollywood studio makeup artists. The Travel Kit Contains: Powder Brush, Blush Brush, Crease Brush, Shadow Brush, Lip Brush, Angle Liner Brush, Professional Spoolie.

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Monday, May 12, 2008

Makeup Loves Me - Loves Our Pink Kabuki Brush

Here's What She Says.

I will always have a soft spot for mosaic makeup.

pictured is: givenchy prismissme in 31 skin fusion, 3 shades of nyc cosmetics color wheel mosaic eye powder, and The Brush Company Tickled Pink Kabuki Brush.

i love mosaic makeup because it is:
a. esthetically pleasing (seeing complementing shades grouped together makes me smile)

b. versatile. you can either mix the colors (like with your kabuki brush!) or wear them individually (making them great for travel).
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Friday, May 9, 2008

The Brush Co. is proud to participate in the Beauty Can Cure Fundraiser.

The Brush Company is proud to participate in the Beauty Can Cure Fundraiser.
Beauty Can Cure is a fundraising event to support research at City of Hope in its effort to eliminate cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases.
The first-ever online auction for the Beauty Industry will run from May 14-May 28,
To Participate visit: Beauty Can Cure

How To Create Smoky Eyes

The key to creating a smoky eye is Blending. The color is darkest around your lash line, and continues to fade out to blend in with your natural skin tone.
The first thing you want to do is put some concealer around your eye including the upper lid area all the way up to the brow. This helps create a base that will help the shadow have some staying power.
Using The Italian Badger Crease Brush apply a medium shade of smoky gray to the lid area.
Next using a smaller brush such as the small contour pencil brush using a dark matte violet colored eye shadow apply this into the outer corner and inner corner of the upper lid blending in a circular motion.
Then using a light shimmery pink blend in the middle areas this keeps your eyes looking warm and thoroughly blend make sure you do not take the color up to high.
Repeat these steps on the bottom using the smaller countour pencil brush.

Thursday, May 8, 2008

Pink Kabuki Brush is a Hit!

Tickled Pink Kabuki Brush by The Brush Company. The Brush Company introduces a Pink Kabuki Brush, perfect for light dusting of finishing/setting powders or even for applying mineral foundations, bronzers, body powders or blushes.
This short-handled pink brush – measuring at approximately 2 ½ inches - has a big, fluffy head and baby pink bristles and is small enough to carry with you.

To Purchase this Makeup Brush Click Here

For a Flawless Complexion use a Foundation Brush

Why everyone needs a Foundation Brush

  • They work well with all types of foundation, including creams, liquids and even solid stick foundations.

  • They create a flawless finish by allowing the makeup to cover each area of the face equally.

  • They make spot application and total coverage easy because of their unique flat, tapered shape.

  • They are easy to maintain and will last years if you take care of them properly.

  • Using a foundation brush gives you much more control and uses less product than your fingers or sponges which obsorb alot of product and cause waste costing more money over time.

  • With a foundation brush you can do a light coverage or a more heavy coverage.

The Brush Company is a Proud Sponsor of The Bennett Insitute Makeup Symposium

On May 3rd, 4th & 5th, 2008, The Bennett Career Institute will host the 4th Annual Celebrity Make Up Symposium with Celebrity Makeup Artist/Author Sam Fine and Celebrity Makeup Artist Billy B. This three day event taking place at Bennett Career Institute, 700 Monroe St. NE, Washington DC. The symposium opens on Saturday, May 3rd with a Special Award Presentation, honoring the “2008 Beauty Business Entrepreneur of the Year”

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Friday, May 2, 2008

Featured in Travel To Wellness

As seen in the Travel To Wellness Website
The Brush Company has come out with a handy go-anywhere travel kit that includes seven make-up brushes that fit neatly inside a flat black case just 5 ½ inches in length. There's a brush for applying powder, blush, lipstick, eye showdow plus a crease brush, angle liner brush (to outline the eye) and professional spoolie for seperating eye lashes. All brushes are made "cruelty free."The kit sells for $27 U.S.