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7 Must Have Makeup Brushes for Fashionistas

16:30Millicent Arebun



Do you want to try something new to up your beauty look this season? Investing in makeup brushes, to transform you into the diva you desire either by rocking one of your favorite celeb look or that look that stands you out anywhere, anytime.

Makeup is an art. No kidding! Every stroke and every color choice you make is a definite act towards getting the final image. In this case, the canvas is you and that is why you need to be more careful. This is why knowing the tool needed is vital to transforming you from clueless to confident.
Below are basic beginner’s makeup brushes for achieving a flawless and confident look;

Foundation Brush: Designed to achieve a smooth and flawless finish, for even distribution dampen with warm water and squeeze excess into a towel or tissue.

Concealer brush: a soft bristled, flat brush with a wider base and a pointed tip. Use to apply concealer under the eyes, to spots, blemishes and to camouflage discoloration on the face.

Setting concealer brush: used to achieve and set concealers beautifully without making it look cakey
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Powder brush: soft full and rounded, this brush can be used for both compact powder and bronzer. The bristles pick up the perfect amount of color and distribute flawlessly onto the skin. Load your brush with the powder and shake away any excess before sweeping onto the skin.

Eye shadow brush: large, flat, short and brimming with bristles for excellent coverage. The soft bristles have a beveled edge for a smooth application without dragging the eyelid.

Blending brush:  A blending brush is a must for gorgeous eye looks. You simply cannot create a look while missing this crucial step. Blending is very important in makeup application which is why it is a brush worth investing in.

Blush brush: made with fine, gentle fibers the blusher brush has a rounder head which is perfect for giving a pop of color to the apples of your cheeks. Sweep and blend along your cheekbone drawing the brush up into your hairline.

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Words By Sarah Josiah

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