To have that perfect makeup final look and that perfect skin, you must use the right tools for that. You can use the best foundation, blush, or bronzer but if you didn't apply it with the right blush it wouldn't give you the wanted look.
Here is your guide for all the face brushes that you need. Hope this will help you.
1- Foundation Brush
Flexible bristles and gently tapered edges make this brush perfect for applying and blending liquid and cream foundations. Start in the areas of the face need the most coverage and use downward strokes for the smoothest, most natural application.
1- Apply liquid foundation
2- Apply concealer
3- Blend cream products
2- Flat Top Brush
This brush is very easy to use and easily blends the product in a short period of time.
1- Apply and blend liquid or cream foundation
2- Apply ful coverage powder
3- Apply and blend cheek color
4- Remove excess powder
3- Angled Foundation Brush
1- Apply liquid and cream foundation
2- Blend concealer
3- Blend cream blush or bronzer
4- Powder Brush
This makeup brush is used to apply setting powder on your face, just tap off the excess before using sweeping motions to brush it across the face. You can also use this to blend everything on your face. This kind of brush is big, fluffy, and thick.
1- Apply powder foundation or setting powder
2- Apply powder blush, Bronzer or highlighter
3- Blend cheek color together
5- Round Buffing Brush
This brush is very easy to use and easily blends the product in a short period of time
1- Apply and blend foundation or concealer
2- Apply and blend cheek color
4- Apply powder foundation, or setting powder
6- Stippling Brush
This brush provides the lightest application of pigment for a sheer finish. Use it to dust on finishing powder or powder blush. Or use a stippling motion to evenly press cream brush onto the cheeks. It can also be used to achieve a soft, airbrushed effect when used as a foundation brush.
1- Apply liquid or cream foundation
2- Apply blush or highlighter
3- Blend concealer , foundation and cheek color
7- Angled Blush Brush
The angled shape allows for more precise shading. Softer, fluffy angled brushes are great for applying blush, bronzer and highlighter. Angled brushes with stiffer, more densely packed bristles can be used for more controlled contouring.
1- Apply blush, bronzer or highlighter
2- Contour cheekbones or nose
3- Blend cheek color
8- Blush Brush
This makeup brush looks like a smaller version of the powder brush.
1- Apply and blend blush, bronzer, or highlighter
3- Apply powder to set concealer
9- Fan Brush
The soft bristles and flat, fan shape of this brush make it the ideal tool for gently sweeping on highlighting or bronzing powder for that soft-focus effect. Or use it clean to sweep away excess product or redistribute powders without disrupting the rest of your makeup.
1- Apply highlighter or blush
2- Create gentle contouring
3- sweep away excess powder or eyeshadow fallout
10- Flat Concealer brush
The flat rounded tip makes blending around the contours of the face a breeze. Use one side to apply concealer to under-eye circles, then flip it over and use the clean side to blend.
1- Apply concealer and contour
2- Blend concealer
3- Contour cheekbones or nose