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6 Makeup Brushes to Add to Your Arsenal

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Think of applying your makeup as creating a work of art on a canvas. Van Gogh couldn’t have created such beautiful works of art without the proper tools, and neither can you. Finger painting is for children and those sponge brushes your cosmetics come with? Not the right tool for the job, we’re afraid. For makeup that looks flawless, you need to invest in a good set of brushes. But, which brushes should you use? Read on to find out!

Foundation Brush

The perfect brush for applying foundation is round, fluffy and has flat-tipped synthetic bristles. Try bareMinerals Heavenly Face Brush. This kind of brush allows for blending foundation for a smooth application that covers pores and looks flawless.

When applying foundation with this brush, start on the cheeks and work out to the hairline using small circular motions.

Powder Brush

A good powder brush is round, soft and large with natural bristles. We recommend bareMinerals Flawless Application Face Brush.

You need this brush for dusting powder on the face because it gives a more even, natural looking finish using less product than a puff. To use it, just dip the brush in your powder, tap off the excess and sweep the brush lightly over your skin following the natural contours of your face.

Blush/Bronzer Brush

A blush brush is soft, medium-sized, dome-shaped and has natural bristles. Check out bareMinerals Tapered Blush Brush for perfect blush application.

This brush has ultra-soft, extra-long bristles so it doesn’t disturb foundation and adds color to cheeks with little effort or irritation. For superior blush application sweep the brush from the apples of the cheeks up toward the ear.

Eyeshadow Brush

A small, stiff, flat natural brush is perfect for precisely applying eyeshadow where you want it. We recommend bareMinerals Wet/Dry Brush to create soft and natural or opaque and foiled looks.

This type of brush will give you a smoother finish on eye lids and more intense pigmentation than the sponge applicators most eyeshadows come with. Sweep shadow across lids from the inner corner outward using this brush.

Eyeliner/Brow Brush

A small angled natural or synthetic brush, this brush is used to apply more defined color to lids and brows. Try bareMinerals Double Ended Shaping Brush.

You need this brush for finer details. Use it to line lashes or fill in eyebrows. The slanted angle allows for more precise handling and ease of application.

Use this brush by starting at the inner corner of the eye and “walking out” along the lashes to create a perfect line. Sweep across sparse brows to fill in where necessary.

Lip Brush

The perfect lip brush is small and flat with a rounded tip.

This type of brush will allow for precise lip color application. To use, after lining lips, cover brush in lip color. Start at the center of the lips blending outward to edges.

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