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Types of Makeup Brushes

Foundation – the face brush is available in several different types to match the preferred finish. For instance, the buffing brush is the right option to create the airbrushed finish, while the flat brush is more effective at giving full coverage. Also, the flat brush with its angled design is useful for precision work when looking to add concealer to specific facial areas.

Powder – a fluffy or soft brush is a useful tool to help concealer or foundation last throughout the day. This type of brush is great for applying a light application of powder that won’t look cakey or fake. A large brush is the preferred option to minimize shine over the T-zone, while a small brush is more suited to small or sensitive areas, such as under the eyes.

Blusher – the most effective brushes to apply blush are typically medium in size with lightweight, dense bristles and a slightly rounded tip. The best brushes are great at picking up the right volume of blush that can easily be distributed over the cheeks.

Cream blusher – a rounded, firm brush is a great tool to apply cream blusher. It is best applied using a sweeping motion. Also, an angled or flat brushed can be used as a next step to really help the cream blend with your skin. With the right technique, this is a great way to create the natural looking rosy cheeks.

Bronzer – one of the most effective options to apply bronzer is with a large-headed brush. This can help to create a very smooth application for the all-over glow, a contoured definition, or to enhance a natural tan.