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    Rae MorrisJishaku #25: Fan Highlighter<p>From their supremely soft heads to their ultra-sleek handles, Rae Morris&#8217; Jishaku brushes will change the way you apply make up forever. Combining the finest Japanese brush-making techniques and Rae Morris&#8217; make up application expertise, this range is the culmination of years of testing and perfecting. The Jishaku #25: Fan Highlighter is an essential tool to have in your arsenal; it&#8217;s perfectly shaped to delicately apply highlighter to your cheekbones, the centre of your forehead and down the centre of your nose. It also doubles as a trusty clean up tool that&#8217;s ideal for clearing up eyeshadow fallout from beneath your eyes. The luxurious head is meticulously crafted from the highest-grade badger hair (cruelty-free, of course) by Japanese artisans, while the super-sleek black handle is formed from hard maple and cherry wood. Another standout feature is the brand&#8217;s world-first magnetic functionality (&#8216;Jishaku&#8217; means magnet in Japanese) which means that the brushes can stand upright on any surface a magnet will hold to &#8211; including Rae Morris&#8217; custom designed magnetic stands &#8211; making for seamless storage, ultimate organisation and perfect hygiene. For seamless, heavenly highlighter, look no further&#8230;</p>RAE0347065025153310 stars, based on0 reviews 31.00Cult BeautyNew

    Rae Morris
    Jishaku #25: Fan Highlighter

    £31.00
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    • Why it's Cult

      One of the most influential make up artists in the world, Rae Morris has written the book on beauty (in fact, she’s written several of them…) Having perfected endless famous faces, she turned her hand to creating the most luxurious and effective brushes money can buy – and the results will change the way you apply make up forever. This phenomenal fan brush is perfect for applying highlighter to your cheekbone and forehead (and it’s also great for removing shadow fallout from beneath your eyes). Meticulously crafted by Japanese artisans, it features a super-soft head, a sleek handle and the brand’s world-first magnetic storage functionality (‘Jishaku’ means magnet in Japanese) for seamless storage and perfect hygiene.

    • Description

      From their supremely soft heads to their ultra-sleek handles, Rae Morris’ Jishaku brushes will change the way you apply make up forever. Combining the finest Japanese brush-making techniques and Rae Morris’ make up application expertise, this range is the culmination of years of testing and perfecting. The Jishaku #25: Fan Highlighter is an essential tool to have in your arsenal; it’s perfectly shaped to delicately apply highlighter to your cheekbones, the centre of your forehead and down the centre of your nose. It also doubles as a trusty clean up tool that’s ideal for clearing up eyeshadow fallout from beneath your eyes. The luxurious head is meticulously crafted from the highest-grade badger hair (cruelty-free, of course) by Japanese artisans, while the super-sleek black handle is formed from hard maple and cherry wood. Another standout feature is the brand’s world-first magnetic functionality (‘Jishaku’ means magnet in Japanese) which means that the brushes can stand upright on any surface a magnet will hold to – including Rae Morris’ custom designed magnetic stands – making for seamless storage, ultimate organisation and perfect hygiene. For seamless, heavenly highlighter, look no further…

    • How to use

      Use to apply highlighter and to clear up fallout from underneath your eyes.

    • Full ingredients list

      Hair Type: Badger (Animal Cruelty Free)

      Handle: Hard Maple/Cherry

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