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How to Choose the Perfect Makeup Brush ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿผ

One of the most overlooked part of your makeup is actually the most important one; brushes. Makeup brushes are to makeup artists, what racquets are to tennis players. Unfortunately, there is not a ton of information out there, and although it might look like an easy task, choosing the right brushes for your makeup can guarantee better results!


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Whether youโ€™re a makeup guru, or just starting your makeup journey, there are certain basic brushes that should be the foundation of your makeup kit. These must include a foundation brush, a concealer brush, a powder brush, an eyeshadow blending brush, and an eye shadow flat brush.


Different types of brushes:

There is a large variety of shapes and sizes in makeup brushes. These could be angular, round and fan-shaped.


- Angular Brushes: These makeup brushes can be used for different parts of the face. Depending on its size, these are ideal for contouring the nose, forehead and chin.

- Rounded Brushes: These are perfect for applying blush and powders.

- Fan-shaped Brushes: Ideal for highlighting. These brushes are also great for taking off product excess.


Most brushes may look similar, but in reality each brush has a different function.


Brushes to use by product:

- Powders: Look for brushes that are soft, bigger in size, and round. Rounded brushes are best for powders because they distribute the product evenly.

- Foundation: Look for brushes that are straight with dense bristles.

- Contouring: The best way to contour your face is using angled brushes.

- Blush: Look for brushes with rounded tips. These will help blend evenly.

- Concealer: Look for brushes with a small, flat tip. This is key to evenly distribute product and fix imperfections.


Brushes to use by area:

- Eyelashes and Eyebrows: Use a spoolie that can help comb your eyebrows. These spoolies can also be used for mascara application.

- Eyes: These brushes are long and flat with high density bristles.

- Lips: Sculpted brushes are ideal for a creating a precise lip liner. Bristles should be short and firm for a controlled application.



Make sure you visit our TOOLS & BRUSHES section on our website!


Until next time,


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