Smith Cosmetics Smith Cosmetics 157 Wedge Brush

Shades  | $33.00

Inspired by the sharp angles of the classic wedge cosmetic sponge, the Wedge Brush can be used to apply foundation, powder, blush, highlight and contour. It’s your all-in-one complexion companion!

UPC: 001574001578

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Unique in shape and function, the Wedge Brush is perfect for getting into the tight nooks of the face. Excellent for powder, liquid, and cream products.

Wedge Brush is made with a 50/50 mix of high-quality goat hair and synthetic fibers. The ferrule is made of 24k gold plated brass and is double crimped when attached to the handle for extra stability. The handle is made of one single piece of hardwood, shaped for balance and finished with an antibacterial coating to prevent the growth of bacteria, mold and mildew.

how to use

The Wedge Brush can be used to apply powder, liquid, and cream products.

1. Preparation: Ensure you have a gentle hydrating soap and lukewarm water ready.
2. Wet the Brush: Gently wet the brush head with lukewarm water. Ensure the water doesn't go past where the ferrule attaches to the handle to prevent damage.
3. Soap Application: Pour a small amount of the liquid soap into the palm of your hand.
4. Clean the Brush: Swirl the brush head in your soapy palm until it foams.
5. Rinse: Rinse the brush thoroughly. Repeat steps 3-5 until the brush is clean.
6. Remove Excess Water: Start by holding the brush vertically, with the brush head down, and wrapping your thumb and forefinger into a tight circle around the bottom of the ferrule, near where the brush head starts. Squeez to remove excess water.
7. Drying: Lay the brush flat in an area with good air circulation, ensuring the entire brush head is exposed to the air.
Caution: Never let a damp brush rest against counters or towels. This can prevent proper air circulation and potentially lead to mold growth on the brush head.

For the Handle:
Wipe with a warm damp cloth. If there are makeup stains that aren't coming off with warm water and a cloth, use the same gentle soap you used on the brush head to clean the handle.


Goat hair, synthetic fibers.