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Private Label Makeup Brushes

Makeup Tools

Easy as that

Makeup Brushes
Manufac­turing:
Step by Step

1. Makeup Brush Type

First you need to decide what type of makeup brush you want to manufacture. It is recom­mended to not only produce one type of brush, but a small range of different brush types. Most customers need different brushes for different appli­ca­tions and prefer to buy all their brushes from the same brand.

Once you have selected your makeup brushes, you can adjust properties such as the shape or density of the brush. You can also decide whether the hair is artificial or synthetic.

Besides the brush, the handle is the most important component of a makeup brush. It can be made from a wide variety of materials such as wood or plastic. Together with the shape of the handle, it should feel comfor­table to use and look good at the same time.

The sleeve has a pretty boring purpose, as it simply connects the handle to the brush, but it is decisive for the appearance of the brush. The material and finish have a major influence on the look.

This step includes stress tests to evaluate the strength and durability of the brushes, ensuring they can withstand regular use without falling apart. Hypoal­ler­genic tests are also carried out to check that the brushes are suitable for all skin types, especially sensitive skin.

The final step is to print your logo or other visual elements of your brand on the handle or sleeve. This will make your makeup brush unique.

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Choose your Brushes

Top Selling Private Label Makeup Brushes

private label foundation brush on white background

1. Foundation Brush

Designed with dense, flat bristles, a foundation brush ensures smooth and even appli­cation of liquid or cream foundation, providing a flawless base for makeup.

private label concealer brush on white background

2. Concealer Brush

A concealer brush, typically small with a flat, slightly pointed tip, is designed for precise appli­cation and blending of concealer over blemishes, dark circles, and imper­fec­tions, ensuring a seamless finish.

private label contouring brush on white background

3. Contouring Brush

Typically angled and with firmer bristles, a contouring brush is used to precisely apply and blend contour products, empha­sizing the natural shadows and highlights of the face.

private label powder brush on white background

4. Powder Brush

Large, fluffy, and soft, a powder brush is used for evenly applying loose or pressed powder across the face, setting makeup and reducing shine while providing a light, natural finish.

private label eyebrow brush on white background

5. Eyeshadow Brush

Available in various shapes and sizes, eyeshadow brushes are designed for applying, blending, and detailing eye makeup, offering precision and control over the eyelids.

private label eyebrow brush on white background

6. Eyebrow Brush

Often dual-ended with a brush and a spoolie, an eyebrow brush is used to shape, define, and fill in eyebrows, helping to create a polished and groomed appearance.

private label eyeliner brush on white background

7. Eyeliner Brush

With its fine, pointed tip, an eyeliner brush allows for precise appli­cation of gel, liquid, or powder eyeliner, enabling detailed work and clean lines along the lash line.

Choose your Brushes

Top Selling Private Label Makeup Brushes

1. Foundation Brush

Designed with dense, flat bristles, a foundation brush ensures smooth and even appli­cation of liquid or cream foundation, providing a flawless base for makeup.

2. Concealer Brush

A concealer brush, typically small with a flat, slightly pointed tip, is designed for precise appli­cation and blending of concealer over blemishes, dark circles, and imper­fec­tions, ensuring a seamless finish.

3. Contouring Brush

Typically angled and with firmer bristles, a contouring brush is used to precisely apply and blend contour products, empha­sizing the natural shadows and highlights of the face.

4. Powder Brush

Large, fluffy, and soft, a powder brush is used for evenly applying loose or pressed powder across the face, setting makeup and reducing shine while providing a light, natural finish.

5. Eyeshadow Brush

Available in various shapes and sizes, eyeshadow brushes are designed for applying, blending, and detailing eye makeup, offering precision and control over the eyelids.

6. Eyebrow Brush

Often dual-ended with a brush and a spoolie, an eyebrow brush is used to shape, define, and fill in eyebrows, helping to create a polished and groomed appearance.

 

7. Eyeliner Brush

With its fine, pointed tip, an eyeliner brush allows for precise appli­cation of gel, liquid, or powder eyeliner, enabling detailed work and clean lines along the lash line.

Natural vs synthetic

Private Label Makeup Brushes Hair

makeup brushes comparison natural vs synthetic

1. Natural Makeup Brushes

Made from animal hairs like goat, squirrel, or sable, these brushes are more expensive.

Their softness allows for easy and smooth blending of powder makeup, resulting in a natural look.

They’re ideal for applying powder-based products like eyeshadow, blush, and bronzer.

makeup brushes testing

2. Synthetic Makeup Brushes

Constructed from materials like nylon or polyester, these brushes are vegan and even more affordable compared to natural ones.

Synthetic brushes work well with liquid and cream products, as they don’t absorb much makeup.

makeup brushes testing
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Private Label Makeup Brushes
Custo­mization Options

private label brush shapes

Customize the
Brushs Shape

Choose one of our bestsellers or customize the brush to your needs.

makeup brush fancy, slim handle

Customize the Handles Shape

Customize the shape of the handle and make it unique.

makeup brush materials

Change the Handles Material

Choose a wood, plastic or other material from which the handle is made.

private label brush colorized

Dye the Handle

Dye the handle with your brand color to strengthen your brand image.

private label brush ferrule

Choose the Ferrule

Select the ferrule, which connects the brush hairs to the handle.

private label makeup brush with your logo on ferrule

Add your Logo

Print your logo or another visual element on the ferrule or handle.