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Vegan Lip/Lipstick Brush - Ethical beauty lip and liner brush, eco-friendly and cruelty free Lip F250

Most of us apply lipstick directly from the tube – or even with our fingers if we’re using a pot or a palette. This brush will revolutionise your lippy – use it to pick up colour and carefully apply it. No more smudgey lines, no more messing up and having to wipe it off. If you like to wear bold, bright colours, you’ll need this brush.


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 Lip/lipstick Brush - Ethical Beauty Lip And Liner Brush, Eco-friendly And Cruelty Free

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Vegan and Cruelty Free Lip/Lipstick Brush

Lip F250

Most of us apply lipstick directly from the tube – or even with our fingers if we’re using a pot or a palette. This brush will revolutionise your lippy – use it to pick up colour and carefully apply it. No more smudgey lines, no more messing up and having to wipe it off. If you like to wear bold, bright colours, you’ll need this brush.


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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