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Blend and buff, like you can’t get enough!

The new BLEND & BUFF BRUSH is our latest and greatest Nudestix makeup accessory and the perfect sidekick for all of your NUDIES face makeup products. 

This multi-tasking, dual-ended makeup brush is ideal for applying cream, liquid and powder complexion and concealer products, featuring soft synthetic fibers that are cruelty-free and won’t shed. The ultra-plush BLEND & BUFF BRUSH is so versatile, with a round fluffy brush on one end and a flat tapered brush on the other to effortlessly buff and fluff your favorite complexion products to HD perfection. 

Ideal for sheer, lightweight products, this new Nudestix blending brush is a makeup must-have for worry-free application, every time. 


Brush types:

Fluffy Brush – Buff away imperfections and easily apply coverage to larger areas of the face.

Tapered Brush – Effortlessly smooth concealer under the eyes, around the nose and on any hard-to-reach areas.



  • Quick and easy complexion blending tool
  • Soft synthetic Taklon fibers
  • Birch handle
  • Vegan
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Cruelty-free

      How to use:

      Large Fluffy Brush Tip

      STEP 1: Apply your product directly onto the large fluffy brush, buffing in a circular motion onto larger areas of the face to blend evenly.

      STEP 2: For extra coverage, add more product to the brush and apply onto the face in a pressing, dabbing motion.


      Tapered Brush Tip

      STEP 1: Use the tapered brush end with your Nudestix concealer products, applying the product directly onto the BLEND & BUFF BRUSH and blending under the eyes, around the nose and on any other hard-to-reach areas.

      STEP 2: Apply the product to the face with your brush in a pressing motion for more coverage, blending out edges with a circular buffing motion.

        • Environmentally Friendly
        • Vegan Ingredients
        • Not Tested
 on Animals
          Not Tested
          on Animals

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