How Much Is The Lisa Frank Makeup Brush? It's Insanely Affordable Unicorn Chic

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Whimsical, fantastical, colorful, unicorn-inspired, and rainbow-drenched makeup products and tools are such a thing —thankfully— in 2017. The Glamour Dolls Lisa Frank Angled Blush Brush joins a unicorn-loving lineup that includes Tarte's Spellbound Rainbow Glow Highlighter, as well as the brand's unicorn horn Magic Wand brushes, Wet N Wild's highlighters, and Lime Crime's Unicorn Hair Dye. It's all about beauty that takes inspo from the majestic, single-horned beast. Mash the unicorn whimsy up with nostalgia for Lisa Frank, whose boldly-designed products defined the '80s and '90s and were recently transformed into a clothing line, and you've got one awesome makeup brush. How much is the Glamour Dolls Lisa Frank Blush Brush?

The limited edition tool, with ombre pink and white bristles and signature L. Frank unicorn visuals on the handle, is $4.99. Yes, you read that correctly. The brush is less than five bucks! How awesome is that?!  Oh, just as awesome as randomly encountering a unicorn in the woods.

The Lisa Frank Angled Blush Brush is also cruelty-free, per the description on the Glamour Dolls site, which is the sales platform. It was designed for highlighting and contouring and the slanted shape will allow you to easily apply face and cheek products.

That's all well and good, but the '80s kid in me is fine with never using it and merely admiring the brush for its beauty.

Courtesy of Glamour Dolls Makeup

IDK what's more gloriously grand — the unicorn-adorned handle or the pink-dipped brush head? I can't choose which feature I adore the most and I shouldn't have to. The whole thing is just perfectly constructed.

Seriously, guys! The Lisa Frank Angled Blush Brush from Glamour Dolls Makeup could be a pick me up and a morning mood elevator. If this is the tool you have to look forward to when applying your makeup in the AM, it's bound to have you perk up and smile, no? The brush was avalable for pre-sale and is said to ship in April, BTW.