Q: What’s the difference between a watercolor brush and a typical makeup brush? A: Shockingly, not so much. Since the dawn of beauty tools, makeup brushes have followed the “artist-applying-paint-to-a-canvas” premise. They mimic an artist's paintbrush, which is made for painting canvases and walls. The only problem? Your face isn't a wall, and painting is a whole heck of a lot different when the artist IS the canvas. That's where Artis (and their ultra-luxe oval brushes) comes in.
Specifically designed for self-application, Artis brushes offer a new take on traditional makeup tools. Dubbed the "Rolls Royce" of makeup brushes, every detail of an Artis brush has been obsessively thought out to provide the ultimate in comfort and performance. The flexible, ergonomic handles feel like an extension of your fingers, while the super soft, dense fibers deliver superior blending and uniform application—every single time. And if that's not enough to make you swoon, the versatile brushes can be used on every part of the face (read: eyes, lips, face, cheeks, and brows) to seamlessly apply liquid, cream, gel, and powder products. Oh, and they're cruelty-free. And downright pretty to look at. We could go on forever, but in short: Artis makeup brushes are nothing less than extraordinary.
Oh, and one final thing: other brushes may look similar, but there is no dupe for Artis’s quality and durability. Trust us on this one.