​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

Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
Not great

This is a travel size brush and not amazing if I’m totally honest... if you already have a blusher brush I wouldn’t bother getting it... :(

We're really sorry to hear that Cassandra, thank you for taking the time to share your feedback.
Eye Colour: Blue
Hair Colour: Light Brown
Just ok

I didn’t love this brush, but maybe I need to give it more time. I like to use a stipple brush for most of my liquid/creams.

Hi Katie, thanks for your feedback, let us know how you get on after a few more uses!
Eye Colour: Brown
Hair Colour: Light Brown
Skin Tone: Fair
Great tool

This works brilliantly if you dab a spot of watercolour blush on to the apple of your cheek with your finger then use the brush to fan the colour out and upwards

Thanks Jennie!

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