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Makeup Brushes and How to use them
Sep 16, 2016
Makeup Brushes and How to use them


Brushes Used in Makeup 



1. Foundation Brush

Foundation is a basic requirement to start to make up. You need to use it to spread the smooth liquid or cream foundation for hassle free application.

2. Kabuki Brush

Kabuki Brush is big brush which is perfect for gentle applying of bronzers and powders, it can be used for even spreading or distributing product across your face or body. This is majorly used for applying cream blush, remove excess makeup, blend or modify the harsh makeup product on your face.

3. Beauty Blender



This is actually sponge that can broadside to smooth out makeup product from the face. Use the tip to reach creases around the nose and to pinpoint small areas.

4. Angled Blush Brush


Angled Blush Brush, well the name suggest how it is going to be, slanted bristles make it easy in applying products perfectly to your cheekbones. Contour powder which is preferably two shades dark then your skin tone need to be chosen and used to apply below your cheekbone to emphasize the natural look.

 

5. Powder Brush

This is one of the best used for powder makeup products, long and fluffy bristles evenly diffuse loose powders thus sweep blush from the angles of cheeks along your cheekbones. These brushes are also used to remove excess powder on the face, particularly after eye shadow application.

 

6. Lash/Brow Comb/Brush

This can be known as multi-purpose brush, This is to use due to comb, tame, and de-clump your eye lashes and eye brows.

 

7. Flat Eyeliner Brush

This is for allowing eyeliner to be applied deep into the eyelash line for a richer and more distinct eye. Gently brush upwards to soften and blend the eye line for a Smokey eye and perfect look of glance.


Bottom Line

Makeup brushes must be taken to store and maintain with hygienic care as they are most important in your life very now and then. Make sure you wash them with distilled water before use and wipe it to dry if you store them for a long time in dark place. You will need to sterilize or clean with hot water every month to avoid infections. 

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