Damn those Sephora store designers are such geniuses. I picked up the Sephora Classic Mini Multitasker Brush while shopping at Sephora awhile ago as I always ALWAYS end up buying little mini items from the displays that sit beside the lineup area. Idle hands are truly the devil's work!
The Sephora Classic Mini Multitasker Brush is only $18 I told myself and I need to maintain my status for the next VIB sale! Oh the tangled webs we weave to justify things to ourselves, but for once this actually worked out really awesomely for me!
The Sephora Classic Mini Multitasker Brush #45.5 is actually a travel version of the regular Classic Multitasker Brush #45 and is designed for applying all sorts of powder products. It is made with hypoallergenic, non-toxic synthetic bristles with a light, aluminum handle. What's also neat is that this brush has been treated with an antibacterial treatment to help fight bacterial accumulation.
I chose this brush as I had been wanting something to help blend out my under-eye concealer. I needed something small enough to get into that area and the nooks around my nose and to have tight enough brush hairs to work well as a buffing tool. Unlike big fluffy powder brushes, a buffing brush should not collapse if you press on the tops of the hairs and it should slightly massage the skin when used. The Sephora Classic Mini Multitasker Brush fit the bill perfectly as its brush hairs are so densely packed and it's so soft that it feels like a very thick bunny tail.
Since the first time I used this brush, I was instantly in love. The Sephora Classic Mini Multitasker Brush works so well at buffing in and blending cream products. Not only do I use this brush for my under-eye concealer, but I use it to buff in concealer everywhere and for blending out cream bronzers, blushes and highlights. I also use it a lot to blend out my color correctors. All you need is a very light touch and a slight dab-swoosh motion to gently eliminate edges without erasing product.
For sure, the Sephora Classic Mini Multitasker Brush has gotten me intrigued all over again about Sephora makeup brushes!
What other Sephora Collection brushes should I try?