Your Guide To Makeup Brushes

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Getting a flawless looking face is not always about the products you use, but the right tools.

Here is a guide to your basic makeup brushes and what each one does.

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Brushes for your face…

Foundation Brush

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It helps you put on your liquid or cream foundation fast and free of streaks.

Powder Brush

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Distributes powder foundation or setting powder evenly all over your face.

Concealer Brush

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Blends concealer under eyes, hard to reach areas and small blemishes.

Blush Brush

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Gives you just the right amount or color for a natural looking flush.

Contour Brush

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Creates a illusion of a slimmer face and higher cheek bones when used with a powder a couple of shades darker than your natural skin tone.

Fan Brush

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Used to add highlight to your face without getting a shimmer overload.

Brushes for your eyes….

Blending Brush

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Softens harsh edges or lines to blend in your eye shadows.

Spoolie Brush

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Keeps brows groomed and natural looking. Ladies invest in this!

Crease Brush

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Sweeps powder into the crease of your lids to add definition to your eyes.

Angled Eye-Liner Brush

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Great for multiple uses. Use as a way to apply gel eye-liner, and is especially great for a wing eye look. Use to apply powder or gel to the eyebrows. Also can be use to clean up eyebrows with a concealer.

Hopefully these brush tips will help you towards a more flawless face. Look out for more beauty tips in upcoming post.

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