Shop with Tamara George
|Posted on July 27, 2018 at 2:30 PM|
Makeup has the ability to completely transform our appearance, but only if it is applied correctly. And with almost as many brushes and applicators as there are types of makeup it�??s easy to feel overwhelmed. Let�??s take a closer look at all of the different types of makeup brushes below so that you can brush up on your application skills. Foundation brush Use a foundation brush for maximum absorption and even coverage of liquid or cream-to-powder foundation. Bronzer brush Using a soft, fanned brush is the perfect way to get an all-over bronze glow on the face, neck and shoulders. Powder brush Set makeup with a soft and supple brush designed for dispersing powder evenly across the face. And remember, the fluffier the better when it comes to powder brushes. Concealer brush This small soft brush is designed for precision, and is your best bet for tapping on concealer to hide blemishes. Contour brush You can recognize this brush by its short, dense bristles, for targeted contouring and sculpting. Kabuki brush The kabuki brush is short, flat and fluffy and is designed to gently buff and blend delicate powders like setting powder, mineral powder foundation, bronzer or blush. Blush brush Our blush brush features a high angle that�??s perfect for creating a subtle (or not so subtle!) sweep of blush across the cheeks. Don�??t forget to try our Silicone Cosmetic Applicators for smooth and even application of creams, serums, and foundations. Silicone applicators are easy to use and even easier to clean. They work with the heat of your skin to create a seamless, natural finish. Get these must-have makeup tools for professional makeup application every time.