Dust Brushes

Dust off your troubles and sweep them all away with our soothing Dust Brush. Soft to the touch, this gentle tool is great for removing excess powder after a thorough buffing or simply after dipping. iGel Beauty Dust Brushes feature smooth, fluffy, authentic, high-quality bristles and beautiful handles that vary in color. There are six (6) gorgeous colors to choose from!

Dust Brush - Purple
Dust Brush - Blue
Dust Brush - Red
Dust Brush - Rainbow
Dust Brush - Gold
Dust Brush - Rose Gold

Please note that some colors may be out of stock or unavailable at certain times.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I clean my Dust Brush?
  1. Wash the bristles in warm soapy water for 15 minutes, this will remove all the debris in your brush.
    Do not soak it in hot water! This damages the softness of the bristles.

  2. Gently tap the brush on a clean washcloth.
    Do not over-tap or roughly pull the bristles, as this could displace or even remove the bristles.

  3. Lay your brush flat on a dry washcloth and allow it to dry for 4 hours. To check if it's accurately dried, run your thumb on its bristles. If wet, leave it to dry a little longer. Alternatively, you may hang your brush dry. Tie an elastic band around the handle, and leave your bristles hanging on the other end (to avoid bristle dents).

Why is gunk building up in my brush? How do I remove it?

This often happens when the dust brush was used whilst the medium was undercured or still wet. Consequently, the medium is pushed in the bristles or left to sit in the brush. To gently remove the buildup, you may try soaking and rinsing the portion affected with monomer. If it had hardened, you may try to use acetone on the affected area. However, this may also affect the overall quality of the dust brush. Be mindful to be gentle and patient with the removal process, and that acetone dries bristles when left on too long.

1. Determine where and how much the buildup is. If the texture of the brush is gummy and not quite hard yet, you may try taking a wooden cuticle pusher, and gently scrape it off the affected bristles.
2. If the buildup is stubborn and hard,  you may use acetone as a last resort, then gently scrape off the acrylic. Do not place your brush all the way to the bottom, as it may deform your brush or damage the handle or attachment area.
3. Lightly pat and twirl the brush dry over a lint-free wipe. If the acrylic is still hard you may try repeating the process. However, take note that acetone is a harsh chemical that may alter the gentle texture of your bristles.

How do I reattach my brush to its handle if I have pulled it off?

If you had placed your brush in anything like a monomer or acetone, the handle might have loosened or gotten off completely. To resolve this, you may try sticking it back together with a very strong adhesive.

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Don't let your questions dust away! iGel Beauty is here to listen. We've got you! Kindly message us at cs@igelbeauty.com. Alternatively, you may join our iGel Beauty Facebook Community for more tips, tricks, and inspiration. We'd love to meet you!

Sep 15, 2023

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