Magnetic 'Jishaku' Brushes
Designed by one of the most influential makeup artists in beauty and handcrafted by skilled artisans, Rae Morris vegan makeup brushes are regarded as some of the best in the industry. Store your favourite face and eye brushes on one of Rae Morris' geometric metal brush holders for the ultimate storage solution.
Discover a makeup brush that makes applying either liquid, mineral, or powder foundation easy work. The Rae Morris #23 Liquid Foundation is one of the bushes with Rae Morris’ world-first magnetic functionality.
The Rae Morris #23 Liquid Foundation has a mixture of soft yet firm base bristles and fine extra-long hairs made from Hakutotsu. This micro-crystal fibre mimics the cuticle structure of natural hairs. The PBT white fibres absorb foundation, holding it in the brush for the black fibres to polish it in.
With its hard maple/cherry handle, this robust brush has a simple yet stylish appearance. It is ideal for both applying and refreshing the foundation.
- Applies and refreshes foundation
- Use with liquid, mineral and powder foundation
- White fibres absorb the foundation
- Black fibres polish the foundation
- Vegan-friendly hair fibres
- 99.9% antibacterial rating
- Hard maple/cherry handle
Summary of Customer Ratings & Reviews
Location: united states
Age: Under 30
Recommends this product: Yes
Great for liquid foundations
the bristles on this brush is perfectly tailored for liquid foundations. it seamlessly glides the product on with hardly any streaks. But I do have to go in with another dry brush to buff out little imperfections. I own and love Rae Morris brushes and this liquid foundation brush is a staple in my kit.
Absorbs product, streaky. But very soft.
I have a large collection of synthetic Rae Morris brushes and they are incredibly soft and well made. Unfortunately I was disappointed in this liquid foundation brush. It absorbs a lot of product for some reason. This combined with the density means that it is hard to wash. I use Sard soap as recommended by Rae and I really have to work the foundation out multiple times. I also found that had a tendency to become streaky as sections of the brush would clump together. Despite this, it's very soft. Not scratchy at all. For everyday foundation application I prefer a standard smaller traditional paddle shaped brush because it's easier and quicker to clean and doesn't streak (streaking isn't a big deal if you're going over it with another brush or sponge, but I find it annoying). I can see makeup artists enjoying this brush more than everyday makeup users. Her video on the brush talks about using it more as a paint brush to carve out muscles etc.
Recommends this product: Yes
Gorgeously soft feel and focus
A lovely, quality brush. It’s so easy to use once you get the hang of it, and you can catch plenty of YouTube video tutorials to help. The bristles are soft, give a lovely soft focus effect but don’t get clogged up from picking up too much product. It is expensive, but worth it to have that airbrushed look for my base. Also, really portable and comes with the magnetic handle for easy storage.