There are so many different types of brushes and are very much versatile. Although they are created and design for one area of the face. But from social media influencers and makeup artist, they use specifically designed brushes on different areas on the face, which can be confusing for beginners. Here’s what the Mica Beauty makeup artists have to say, there are no rules in using makeup tools while applying your makeup, as long as the tools provide you the results that you like and desire.
Here’s just a guide for you to know what type of brushes is best for which type of makeup product. Makeup brushes can quite hard to understand and is intimidating to use. Once you learn their uses, it is absolutely worth it!
Makeup Brushes that You Should Know
Foundation Brushes are created with packed bristles of different lengths to achieve a smooth finish. They are created for applying liquid foundation and BB Cream. You first apply the foundation on your face and use the foundation brush to spread the product and blend it into your skin. Start on the centre of the face and spread them outwards for an even and flawless finish. By using the brush, you use less of the product and have a precise application.
Kabuki Brushes comes in different shapes, the common kabuki brushes are the rounded kabuki brushes. It is slightly rounded shape that is perfect for buffing and applying loose powder such as mineral foundation powder on your face. It helps to distributes the product for a seamless and non-streaks finish. Makeup beauties also use Kabuki brushes to set their makeup with a loose setting powder. Kabuki brushes are also great for applying blushes, bronzers and highlighters on your cheeks for a natural glow.
It is created to apply blush for that natural healthy glow effect. It is best to find a blush brush that is angled shape, as it can apply onto your cheeks easily and precisely. The blush brushes are made with fine, gentle fibres that is prefect for applying them onto the apples of your cheeks and blend them along your cheekbones towards your temple. Blend the products in circular motion for a natural finish.
Eye Shadow Brush
There are many designs for eye shadow brushes, and each of them have their own purpose. The eye shadow brush is used commonly to apply for the base colour, the bristles are usually flat, wide and tight, which is great to pick up the product and apply them directly onto your eyelids. The buffing brush is the second common eye shadow brush, where you can blend and mix your eye shadow colours for a natural look.
Eyeliner brushes are commonly designed with an angled shape for precision when applying gel or liquid eyeliner on the eye. Makeup artists also uses this brush to fill in their brow when they dipped into gel or powder eye brow product. They can fill in the spars and also have a define eye brow finish.
Now you know and understand the commonly used makeup brushes, you can improve your makeup game by using them!
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