Makeup brushes are important to achieve a flawless, subtle makeup look that’ll help you glam your day with style. However, the wide range of brushes that’s available in the market can make the buying experience tough. If you are buying a multi-pack set of brushes then you might not even know all of the brushes’ names, or be able to identify their specific uses.
There are different types of makeup brushes available in the market, and every brush is crafted uniquely in itself to match your makeup application needs. If you are an amateur, you might wonder which makeup brush you need – stippling, fan brush, angle brush, or contour. Well yes, they all are used for different functions. So, to make it easier for you, we have come up with definitive guide of 5 must have makeup brushes in your kit.
- Foundation Brush
Your foundation is the base of your makeup, so investing in a high-quality foundation brush that will work with both liquid and powdered foundation will be worth it. You'll want a soft- bristle brush that's a little bit dense and has enough surface area to cover the entire face to give a complete base look.
- Powder Brush
Whether you're a fan of translucent or colored-powder products, a powder brush is definitely must-have for your collection. "The more fluffy and flexible, and soft the bristles are, the better it will be to blend and get a soft wash of pigmentation from any product.
- Eye- Shadow Brush
A suggests. If you're still on practicing mode for how to blend then stick to this one brush for perfect blending of multiple colors on your lids small and paddle-shaped eyebrow brush for beginner- which does exactly as the name.
- Blusher Brush
Blush or powder brushes are similar enough, yes, but who has the time during the makeup to clean them after each step. Therefore, find a bronzer or blush brush with long, fluffy bristles and a dome shape to evenly diffuse your powder pigments. The fluffier it is, the less product it will pick up which is better as we only require a small amount of pigmentation on cheeks.
- Concealer Brush
Concealer brush as the name suggests is mainly to hide blemishes, under eye spots, for heavy coverage and for setting up the makeup. It’s another must have brushes as it’s a multi-use flat brush with rounded tip and type of application that another round brushes may not fulfill.
Makeup brushes and their uses may be a complicated query to solve but its well worth the time and effort. The right type of makeup brush and knowing how to use them properly can change your beauty game entirely. While we talk about makeup brushes and it uses, it’s important to clean them regularly to avoid infections, rashes, and other unwanted effects from using dirty brushes. To wash your brushes and keep bacteria away, use a gentle face cleanser, wet the bristles. Then, rub the brush on a paper towel, and repeat until the brush is clean. Make sure the bristles have no soap in them by rinsing them thoroughly. Air dry the brushes to preserve their shape.