Travelling in the world of beauty and beauty products is not always easy, especially when it comes to makeup brushes. Deciding which makeup brushed to add to your collection. So how do you know which is best for applying bronzer or foundation, and when should you use a natural hair brush versus a synthetic one? And most importantly: How many do you really need?
If you don’t know how to use makeup brushes the right way, you can follow these tips. So finally, here are the answers to the countless questions revolving in our mind. Trying to decide which brushes you need can be overwhelming. Firstly, to get things straight, there are 10 brushes you need to have in your makeup kit which are as mentioned below. Once you learn a few basic guidelines about makeup brushes difference then it will be easy to use them in correct way.
Angled Liner: This brush works in two very convenient ways. First, you can use it to apply gel eyeliner and create a perfectly lined or cat eye. Second, you can use it to achieve a strong eyeliner look using eye shadow by dipping the brush in water before applying.
Blending: This brush is perfect for applying on the crease of the eye and blending. It softens any harsh eyeshadow lines and is perfect for creating a wash of color on the eyes.
Domed Eye shadow: This type of brush will allow you to get more specific with your eye shadow placement. Rather than blending and creating a wash like the above brush, this is great for applying stronger color on both the top and bottom lids. It can also be your brush for applying a shimmery shadow to the inner corner of your eye.
Smudge: This is essential when creating a smoky eye. First apply the eyeliner at the root of the eyelashes, and then use this brush to smudge. The short, stiff bristles will allow you to embed the product right into the lash line and get that “slept in” look.
Eyebrow Spoolie: When doing your eyebrows, you should always brush up and out with an eyebrow spoolie. This will soften the brow, remove any excess product, and open up your eyes.
Concealer: Use a synthetic brush to apply concealer. It will get perfectly into all the small nooks and corners around your eyes and nose.
Contour: This super fluffy brush is used to apply powder and blush as it keeps the powder deposit minimal.
Powder: You should have a large, fluffy brush for applying bronzer. Swirl it in the product and do a wash on the cheeks, forehead, and down the nose.
Stipling: This brush is for applying foundation and cream blush (and body makeup if you wish). It will allow you to really buff the product, blending it together seamlessly with the skin.
Beauty blender: This is not a brush, but it’s equally as important. You can use it to apply foundation and cream blush as well as to blend concealer and layer blushes and cream bronzers.