Types Of Makeup Brushes And Their Uses

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With so many makeup brushes and little explanation of what they are for, we sometimes get lost. Makeup brushes give your makeup a sleek and a  professional look. Most makeup brands sell makeup brushes to compliment their makeup products.

There are assorted brushes for your eyebrows, eye-lids, mouth and face.

Now let us dig into the makeup brush knowledge to transform you from clueless to a pro

 

  • The FOUNDATION brush

Is used to apply your foundation to achieve a flawless and smooth finish. The bristles are tightly packed with a tapered tip for fluid application. Dampening the brush with a little water before using it to apply helps to achieve even distribution. Apply foundation to the center of your face and sweep it towards your hairline for a seamless finish.

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  • The ANGLED blush brush

Is great for applying blush to your cheeks or contouring with a bronzer. The slanted bristles make it easier to apply products to your cheekbones perfectly.

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  • The FAN brush

This brush actually has several uses. It can be used to apply blush, blend, clean up excess powder and highlight cheekbones, the brush application technique avoids heavy coverage which can highlight fine lines and imperfections. This brush gives your makeup a sheer look and finish.

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  • The POWDER brush

this is a must have in a makeup tool bag. It is expertly designed to buff mineral powder onto your skin for pure perfection. Apply in small circular motions for a faultless finish.

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  • The FLAT brush

this brush is used blending out your mineral powder and can be used to contour the cheeks.

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  • The BROW brush

Is great with filling in your eyebrows, it is angled in a way so that it makes it easier to apply product to the thinnest area of your brows.

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  • The EYE SHADOW brush

this is used to apply eye shadow to the eyelid. The soft bristles have a beveled edge for a smooth application.

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  • The CONCEALER brush

A soft bristled, flat brush with a wider base and a pointed tip. Use to apply concealer in a concentrated area, under the eyes, to spots and to camouflage problem areas such as broken capillaries and areas of discoloration.

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  • The KABUKI Brush

This big brush is perfect for softly applying bronzers and powders, and for evenly distributing product across your face or body.
Alternate use: Buff out harsh lines by swirling the brush around your face.

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  • The ANGLED EYELINER brush

the fine tip of the brush gives precise liquid and gel eyeliner application. It also allows you you to choose the thickness of your liner.

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  • The BROW brush or comb

You can use this tool for both your eyelashes and brows. The brush will allow you to smooth your brows down and the comb side can be used to get clumps out of your lashes.

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  • The Spooky or SPIRAL brush

Ideal for taming unruly hairs, the stiff bristles smooth and comb eyebrows into form. When shaping, use to brush hairs upwards and trim the excess for neatly groomed brows.

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  • The LIP brush

the lip brush is tiny and has short bristles that allow precise and controlled application. this brush is great for applying lip gloss and lipsticks.

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