With this fan, I was aiming for a super strong tool that could pick up hard textures or sheer products that I love but that I find difficult to build up on the skin.

This is the brush if you enjoy a sharp and more dramatic designed contour or highlight, if you need something to precisely layer and polish off your products or swipe away any setting or baking powders.

If you love Rodial, Denona, RMK, Suqqu type of harder pressed contour powders, this is the brush that will help you build them up and apply them effortlessly.

As a contour brush, it will deliver a most structured and defined application compared to the Sculpt One.

As a highlighter brush, it will be appropriate with the most stubborn formulas, either pressed or loose, for example meteorites or matte highlighting powders where you need a more precise application and work the product onto the skin.

All fans need to be used and washed a couple of times so that the bristles will reach their final position and feel a bit less tight, it won’t change much but it does make a difference.


For contour, pick the product with the surface or the sides depending on the precision you are aiming for, tap off excess, apply with short back and forth motions starting at the hairline and work the product gently onto the skin.


Total length (mm) 162
Hair length (mm) 22
Ferrule width (mm) 18
Usage Powder products
Material Dyed saikoho


By | 2019-06-18T10:47:36+00:00 March 17th, 2018|Brushes|1 Comment

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  1. Georgette May 20, 2018 at 9:44 pm - Reply

    Hi Sonia,

    Wich one do you advice for Dior highlighter, sisley gelee Bronzing powder and Estee Lauder xVictoria Bechamelsaus highlighter the sculpt 2 or the sculpt 4? My Surratt highlighter brush don’t pick up that’s much. I want a subtle glow. Thanks for the help and keep up the good work.

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