​Our Waterbrush is cruelty-free, award-winning and perfect for applying our Watercolour Liquid and Watercolour Crème Rouge & Bronzer.

The Waterbrush bronzer and blusher brush is specially designed to be the ultimate, must-have tool for makeup artists. Seamlessly blend colours to create the right shade for the look you’re going for; have the perfect finish when applying blush; and give your face just the right warmth when bronzing. Whether you’re using this brush for blusher, for bronzer or as a blender you can be confident that you can be your most beautiful.

This brush is made from the revolutionary synthetic nylon Taklon which comes with several advantages. First, no animal fur needs to be harvested ensuring that brush is cruelty-free. Second, the Waterbrush is easy to clean making it very hygienic. Third, being a synthetic brush, the hairs are naturally hypoallergenic, which is ideal if you have sensitive skin. Finally, the fibres are shaped to have an extremely fine point, making them soft, delicate and perfect for the applications of liquid and cream blushers and bronzers.

We know that time isn’t always on your side so we’ve made the Waterbrush handbag-sized for added convenience. Even if you’re on the move, you’ll be able to be your most beautiful.  

Brush size: 14.5cm (including brush head)

Brush head size: Length - 3.2cm, Width - 3cm.

EAN 5060250010360

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Customer Reviews

Based on 32 reviews
Eye Colour: Blue
Hair Colour: Blonde
Skin Tone: Medium
watercolour brush

Lovely soft brush, good to apply the watercolour blusher with. Would recommend buying it with the watercolor blusher.

Thanks Deborah!
Eye Colour: Hazel
Hair Colour: Grey
Skin Tone: Light

This is the first time I have used a brush for blusher - and the difference is incredible. It leaves the blusher looking so natural. The shape and texture of the brush makes it so easy to use. Thank you :)

Thank you Carol!

The brush is a nice easily transportable size made with lovely bristles. I am persevering with using it, but I’m not a fan of the shape - I find it very finicky as it’s asymmetrical. Will hopefully get used to it over time but if not I’ll be swapping in my domed blusher brush.

Thanks for letting us know Jean. If you haven't already seen it, Daniel has a video tutorial where he shows how to use the Waterbrush, hopefully this will help - https://youtu.be/OsGm7yscUig?t=65