Achieve a flawless base with the INIKA Organic Foundation Brush. This professional-grade tool is ideal for applying liquid makeup to the face. Crafted with a mid-sized flat head designed to hold product in the brush and buff it onto the skin, it helps to create an airbrushed finish with ease.
This certified Vegan Foundation Brush features recyclable bristles crafted from high quality fibres, while its handle is made from biodegradable and sustainable PLA derived from Corn and Cassava.
This brush’s dense, supreme quality bristles help to build coverage as needed and achieve an even finish. Ideal for applying INIKA Organic Liquid Foundation or BB Cream, the INIKA Organic Foundation Brush is an essential addition to your makeup kit, suited to MUAs and novices alike.
1. Apply a pea-sized amount of liquid face makeup onto the back of your hand, then gently press your INIKA Organic Foundation Brush into the product.
2. Once the top of the brush is lightly coated, swirl and buff the brush in circular motions over your face until product is evenly blended.
3. Repeat and build until desired coverage and an airbrushed finish is achieved.
- Take care not to apply too much pressure down on the bristles.
- It is best to build coverage slowly.
- Clean your INIKA Brush twice a month for optimal performance. Use a good quality organic shampoo and wash with warm water. Once the water runs clear, squeeze out any excess water and lay your brush flat on its side to dry. This allows water to drain out and stops any possible long-term damage to the bristles.
Made from high quality vegan fibre bristles. Handle is made from a biodegradable PLA material, made from a microbial fermentation process with Raw Corn and Cassava.
Natural Ingredients: 100%
As the world's first Certified Plastic Neutral makeup brand, we are committed to taking action for the planet.
90% of INIKA Organic's new brand packaging is made from sustainable & reused materials
84% decrease in our use of virgin plastic, going from 8.1 to 1.3 tonnes, annually
4.7 tonnes of plastic will be repurposed into fence posts to help rebuild communities