Some girls make up before go out your door, some are not. So, if you don’t want the complicated make up steps. You may need to know the basic make up tools you need. Today, let’s talk about basic make up brushes first.
Foundation brush: A round, fluffy and flat-tipped synthetic brush. This brush is amazing for blending and buffing foundation on to the skin. The shape is perfect for a smooth application and will really work to cover pores for a flawless finish.
How to use it: It is best used by dipping the brush into foundation and buffing it on to skin using a circular motion. Start on the cheeks and blend back towards the hairline.
Powder brush: A soft, round, large cosmetic brush. This is a must-have brush for dusting powder on the face. You will use less product than with a puff and it gives a more even, natural-looking finish.
How to use it: Dip your brush in powder and tap off excess, then using a sweeping motion, brush lightly over skin following the natural contours of the face.
Blush/bronzer brush: A soft, medium-sized dome-shaped cosmetic brush. A blush brush that is ultra soft and has long bristles, so as not to disturb foundation or irritate the skin, is ideal for giving color and life to the cheeks.
How to use it: Use the brush to sweep blush and bronzer upwards onto the cheekbones — from the apple of the cheek up towards the ear.
Eyeshadow blending brush: A flower-shaped, soft cosmetic brush, This is the ultimate blending brush for eyes, as it can really get into the crease of your eye and define your lid with precision.
How to use it: Dip the tip of the brush into your eyeshadow using a circular motion and then tap off the excess product. Then, just using the tip of the brush, start on the outer edge of the eye crease and blend backwards and forwards through the crease using a windshield wiper action,. This will contour your eye and work to give you a smoky eye look.