Yes, we will have a new very modern design of a short handle travel set available in a few months.
Much like shoes and purses, each Artis Brush collection is designed to express a different sense of fashion, lifestyle and aesthetic.
If you use the Brush Cleaning Pad daily, we suggest you consider washing it or replacing it at least weekly.
Artis brushes use a more natural and ergonomic configuration for the brush
Synthetic or man-made fibres are manufactured, and therefore can be more controlled
Unfortunately, there is no uniform standard of ethical treatment for the animals used in the food industry.
The filaments are made of CosmeFibre® monofilaments, and the handles are made of a thermoformed resins, like those used to make high-end automobile components.
Yes. Most people with allergies to animals can find using traditional cosmetic brushes potentially irritating.
They certainly can be.
Bacteria and fungi can adhere to most surfaces, but they have evolved in nature to use organic materials
Our Artis® brushes represent a rethinking of what a cosmetic brush should be.
The majority of traditional cosmetic brushes use animal hairs such as Goat, Pony, Ox, Badgers, and Weasels for example.
Our brushes are 100% animal-free. We believe in this claim so much, we have a trademark "Animal-Free Beauty".
Our brushes are made with CosmeFibre® which is a man-made fibre that naturally resists microbial growth.
The materials we use to make our brushes help the fibre bundles perform for years under normal conditions.
Our fibres are statistically null in testing for allergic reactions
Most makeup brush companies only offer synthetic fibres in brushes intended for the application of emollient type formulas
No. Unless you have cleaned and sanitized your brushes
Blending generally means the moving around of pigment particles across and area of the skin
Skin wrinkles due to three main causes.