How To Make Your Makeup Brushes Work?
It's easy for a non-professional to get lost in the kingdom of make-up brushes. So finally you have found your desired eye- shadow or powder foundation, but now what's do to? Do you use the brush that comes with your makeup? Do you know how and what to use is the fastest way to make a quicker and better makeup at home.
It's a fact that the number of brushes that exist for a single makeup product, technique, or finish can be overwhelming. As a number of brushes are available in the market, trying to decide which ones are good for you is really difficult, however there are some makeup brushes that everyone needs for face and eyes as well along with the proper way to use each brush.
The liquid and cream makeup can be applied in several ways - with your fingers, a brush, or a make-up sponge. Finger applying should be the most convenient way with no doubt. But this way is not very hygienic and the pigments easily spreads out on the skin. Therefore make-up masters often use make-up brushes or a sponge.
Flat Foundation Brush
Most of this brush will be flat like a spatula. It is used to apply your makeup base especially for primer and foundation.
Duo Fiber Foundation Brush
The liquid makeup foundation is intended for use in synthetic or duo fiber brushes (semi-synthetic). Synthetic hair does not “drink" make-up, so it is specifically designed to lubricate liquid and cream products. The main difference between synthetic and duo fiber brushes is that the coating of the duo fiber brush is stronger and more natural. A less skilled, pure synthetic brush would leave uneven marks on the face. Compare with the flat one, this round buffing brush can blend and buff the foundation into your skin easily.
This brush like flat foundation brushes but much smaller.It is a perfect tool for covering small blemishes and spots around eye corners or hard-to-reach areas around the nose, as well as applying concealer to the eye area
Round Buffing Brush
The buffing brushes can be used all over the face for anything like loose powder/ pressed powder,concealer, dry foundation, blush and bronzer. There are several types of buffing brushes. But they all have one thing in common, not in small size. The round or flat shape with dense and firm bristles make these brushes blending effortlessly and flawlessly. For easier coating, a mild stroke makeup, anyone of these brushes will be enough.
Multi-Purpose Beauty Brush
For dry crystals blush, contour and highlight, a little smaller powder brushes are necessary. They can be round, domed or slant for brightening, contouring or highlighting to sculpt you face with apple cheek and contour shadows.