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A deluxe antibacterial brush set for Sephora by Cosmogen

Sephora entrusted the range of antibacterial brushes developed by Cosmogen. A six-piece set with bristles infused with charcoal powder. Ideal for sensitive and oily skin.

The antimicrobial properties allows each fiber to stay fresh longer.

They are made with high grade synthetic fibres for a perfect blend using any wet or dry formula, and create a different make up look by moderating the coverage,” says Cosmogen in a release.

The set contains: a large foundation brush ; an angled powder brush ; a precision sweep brush : an angled concealer brush ; an all-over eye shadow brush ; an angled liner brush. It comes with a pouch in PU matte pebbled grey outside and black nylon inside. With a shiny silver hot stamping logo.

Technical features:

Brushes - Hair : charcoal - grey color/ Ferrule : aluminum matte silver/ Handle: Wooden handle / Decoration: 2 silver hot stamping pass back & front.
Pouch - Inside: black nylon / Outside: PU matte pebbled gray; shiny silver hot stamping logo.

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