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Vegan Eyeshadow Applicator - ethical beauty make-up brush Eye Applicator F061

For most of us a simple Eye Applicator can make applying eye shadow much easier. The sponge will easily pick up loose and pressed powder eye shadows, and you can quickly up your make-up game without the need for a diploma in make-up application.


All of our brushes are made from wood sourced in sustainable, managed forests. The synthetic fibres are made from Tacklon – a dreamy substance which manages to distribute your cosmetics evenly, without sucking it up – no more wasted foundation for you!

We recommend you wash your brushes at least once a week – set aside some time at the weekend and your skin will thank you for it. Bacteria can build up really easily on make up brushes, and a few minutes spent cleaning them can help prevent spots. Simply lather them up with a little gentle shampoo, rinse them and let them air dry.
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Vegan Eyeshadow Applicator - Ethical Beauty Make-up Brush

£3.99
fairly madeFAIRLY MADE
The seller confirms this item has been ethically produced ensuring fair working practices
veganVEGAN
The seller confirms this item uses no animal product in any stage of production
sustainableSUSTAINABLE
The seller confirms the primary components of this item have been created from sustainable resources
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Vegan and Cruelty Free Eyeshadow Applicator Brush

Eye Applicator F061

For most of us a simple Eye Applicator can make applying eye shadow much easier. The sponge will easily pick up loose and pressed powder eye shadows, and you can quickly up your make-up game without the need for a diploma in make-up application.


All of our brushes are made from wood sourced in sustainable, managed forests. The synthetic fibres are made from Tacklon – a dreamy substance which manages to distribute your cosmetics evenly, without sucking it up – no more wasted foundation for you!

We recommend you wash your brushes at least once a week – set aside some time at the weekend and your skin will thank you for it. Bacteria can build up really easily on make up brushes, and a few minutes spent cleaning them can help prevent spots. Simply lather them up with a little gentle shampoo, rinse them and let them air dry.
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