Giorgio Armani Maestro Brushes Now Available

Giorgio Armani Maestro Brushes
Giorgio Armani Maestro Brushes

The couture makeup artistry of Giorgio Armani meets the excellence of Japanese calligraphy brush-making in the new Armani Maestro Brushes. Exclusively hand crafted for precision and comfort, the Armani Maestro Brushes are perfect for applying, blending, layering and shading. Attain the highest quality in makeup application with the ultimate luxury of traditional craftsmanship.

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The Details

Maestro Concealer Brush, $40.00 (Permanent)

This New Armani Maestro Concealer Brush has a dual function, blending seamlessly while covering problem areas with a smoother finish and precise application.

Maestro Blender Brush, $70.00 (Permanent)

The New Armani Maestro Blender Brush provides a streak free seamless finish for liquid foundations. Its exclusive synthetic hairs allow for more pick up and extremely thin film application and blending.

Maestro Sculpting Powder Brush, $90.00 (Permanent)

The New Armani Maestro Sculpting Powder Brush uses natural goat hairs for seamless application. Hairs are manually placed so that only the thinnest and softest tips of the hairs are kept. This brush sculpts and defines the face, using the long and narrow brush surface to contour around the cheekbones and jawline.

Maestro Flat Eye Brush, $50.00 (Permanent)

Natural horse hair used on this brush provides better pick up, adherence, and creates a seamless film of powdered textures. Create the perfect even base across the eye with the New Armani Maestro Flat Eye Brush and avoid all dusting during application.

Maestro Blending Brush, $40.00 (Permanent)

Hand crafted with fine horse hairs the New Armani Maestro Blending Eye Brush has unrivaled pick up and adherence of powdered textures. Use this brush for smoother nuancing and precision when applying eye shadow. The pointy tip makes it easier to create a natural gradation along the crease of the eye lid, and will complement eyes with a soft definition. Use for the prefect smoky eye.

Maestro Angled Eye Brush, $50.00 (Permanent)

This New Armani Maestro Angled Eye Brush was created with the perfect slant to bring depth, and to accentuate the eye. Created with the finest natural goat hairs, this brush has better pick up, adherence, and is perfect for contouring the eye. Avoids dusting during application.

Maestro Eyeliner Brush, $25.00 (Permanent)

The New Armani Maestro Eye Liner Brush gives precise and even application, allowing for better definition of the eye. The thin tip of the brush gives a fool-proof application close to the lash line.

Maestro Lip Brush, $45.00 (Permanent)

Create a more precise and even finish with the New Armani Maestro Lip Brush. This brush effortlessly achieves precise definition of the lips and seamless application.

Maestro Blush Brush, $75.00 (Permanent)

The New Armani Maestro Blush Brush uses natural goat hairs for softer pick up, and more control. Attain a natural, more even application with the finest dispersion of powder pigments.

Applicator Eyeshaper, $32.00 (Permanent)

Brow Shaper. Countour. Eye Liner. Eye Shadow. Root Touchup.

Giorgio Armani Maestro Brushes
Giorgio Armani Maestro Brushes

Giorgio Armani Maestro Brushes
Giorgio Armani Maestro Brushes

Giorgio Armani Maestro Brushes
Giorgio Armani Maestro Brushes

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The price point for these are really good! I’ll be waiting to hear back on their quality.

The little half-moon one looks like a brush I’ve been eyeing from Hakuhodo for aeons.

Oh wow, these look sleek and the price isn’t too off kilter considering the price of most Japanese brushes. It’s also nice that they are sold individually and not just in a set! I hope they bring them to the stores- or you get to review some. 😀

Wow…these look really beautiful! I wonder how the quality compares to other Japanese-made brushes, like Chikuhodo or Hakuhodo…or even if these are made by one of those companies?

I think the house of Hakuhodo made these for the company; using goat hair keeps prices down, yet yields a soft brush.
They look identical to some of my beloved Hakus!
Good for them, as their line needs brushes that are of as high a quality as the rest of their offerings.

Good to see that the 2 basic eyeshadow brushes do NOT have goat hair! Instead, the used horse hair. And I’m thinking; hmmm, I’ve done plenty of horse riding in my younger years, NEVER had any sort of allergic reaction to them! However, this was 40-46 years back, and I didn’t have any animal allergy reactions at all back then.

these look quite nice. i love the lacquer finish. the white brushes are dyed right? if so, that would affect the softness of them. i can’t wait for this review christine!!! i love chiku and haku brushes so these are peaking my interests.

I have the previous version of these and they are nice. The shapes are similar to what I have so I’ll pass. These do look nicer though.

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