I’m no makeup guru, but I’ve attempted a lot of products and they are some of the brushes which i swear by and use daily. I thought I’d share because, while I think you can use your fingers to apply most/if not all of your makeup, I really do think makeup brushes make a huge difference!
This is post arrived to fruition because I had been cleaning my brushes, which means this is an agreeable reminder that you can wash your brushes! Dawn dish cleaning soap and tepid to warm water I simply clean mine with regular. Per month I make an effort to wash them around 2-3 times, but sometimes it doesn’t happen.
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Although, it’s really best if you clean your brushes as much as possible! The orange brushes you see in my collection are from Real Techniques. These arrived in a collection and they need to be my complete favorite. Not to mention, they are significantly less pricey than division store/Sephora brushes. That one is the contour brush. I use it to set my under attention concealer with translucent powder and also utilize it as a highlighter with this powder (and sometimes this powder).
In the summer, I have to apply bronzer (significantly this palette is my holy-grail) around my face because my face makeup is always a shade too light because of my tan. THEREFORE I do that with brush Three, but for 3 out of 4 of the seasons, I just apply bronzer with this contour clean. It’s really easy and you don’t need to get a lot of product on the brush for it showing up. I really like that it is light and fluffy and really high quality.
The rose gold/pretty product packaging doesn’t hurt, either! This clean definitely has got the most action. 130 in the line and called a ‘buffering brush’. To me, it’s essentially a kabuki brush with a long handle. I really like that it is large, light and fluffy. I use this to set my basis with natural powder, apply bronzer all over my face (if needed) and blend/set my makeup once it’s all finished with translucent powder.
If I was going to select the one brush out of most of these that is my must-have, this would be it. That is another clean within the set (seriously, do yourself a favor and get this place!). Like brush three, it’s called a ‘buffing clean’, but it’s much smaller in surface size than the 3rd brush.
I use this limited to blush. I like that it’s not too stiff therefore the brush software is very natural/easy-to-apply. This is the clean that’s hard to see in the photos because it is so small. It’s called the ‘detailer clean’. I take advantage of this for one of my holy-grail products, gilded honey, which is a fantastic highlighter/illuminator.
I put an impression in the part of my eyes, down the front of my nasal area, right under my eyebrows and right above my cupid’s bow. Last, but not least, is this large shadow clean. I hardly ever wear eyeshadow ever, but if I am going all out, I am going to dust highlighter/illuminator over my entire eyelid to give my eye a pop/awake look. This does the work and gets it done quickly since it is much larger than brush five. I get these inexpensive packs of 100 disposable mascara wands. Since I’ve eyelash extensions, I take advantage of this to clean through my eyelashes. You must use a clean brush each time to increase the wearability of your extensions.
Then when i comb through my lashes, It is used by me to comb/style my brows. I toss them after every use but keep a few in my own makeup bag at all times just in case! I know I did a post on eyelash extensions once i first got them, but if you men have questions, leave them in the responses below and I could compile them and execute a follow-up post!