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Top MakeUp Brushes and How to Use Them Like a Pro

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    A couple of months ago I bought a set of 12 makeup brushes- I must addmit I needed the blush brush and ignored the rest as they were intimidating. Later I decided to learn how to make maximum use of them and made a  list of which brush you should use and when to use it.

Powder Brush- The long, domed and densely packed bristles evenly diffuse any type of powder foundation products, pick up and deposit blush to define, contour, and shade your cheeks. This brush allows you to fix your look with powder after you've applied foundation.

Powder Brush- The long, domed and densely packed bristles evenly diffuse any type of powder foundation products, pick up and deposit blush to define, contour, and shade your cheeks. This brush allows you to fix your look with powder after you’ve applied foundation.

1. Powder Brush

The long, domed and densely packed bristles evenly diffuse any type of powder foundation products, pick up and deposit blush to define, contour, and shade your cheeks.

This brush allows you to fix your look with powder after you’ve applied foundation.

Angled Blush Brush: The slanted bristles help you apply tan powder products below your cheekbones to intensify your natural contours. It's best to use products two shades darker than your skin tone.

Angled Blush Brush- The slanted bristles help you apply tan powder products below your cheekbones to intensify your natural contours. It’s best to use products two shades darker than your skin tone.

2. Angled Blush Brush

The slanted bristles help you apply tan powder products below your cheekbones to intensify your natural contours. It’s best to use products two shades darker than your skin tone.

Highlighting/ Stippling Brush- This brush is a blend of synthetic fibers and goat hair. It is used with light powders, liquid or cream products and it  highlights delicately your cheeks. You can also use concealer to cover  imperfections as blemishes, scars, brown spots, broken capillaries, and most commonly, dark circles.

Highlighting/ Stippling Brush- This brush is a blend of synthetic fibers and goat hair. It is used with light powders, liquid or cream products and it highlights delicately your cheeks. You can also use concealer to cover imperfections as blemishes, scars, brown spots, broken capillaries, and most commonly, dark circles.

3. Highlighting/ Stippling Brush

This brush is a blend of synthetic fibers and goat hair. It is used with light powders, liquid or cream products and it  highlights delicately your cheeks.

You can also use concealer to cover  imperfections as blemishes, scars, brown spots, broken capillaries, and most commonly, dark circles.

Foundation Brush- This brush is used to apply creams, serums or any kind of liquid foundation to your face for a smooth, poreless finish.

Foundation Brush- This brush is used to apply creams, serums or any kind of liquid foundation to your face for a smooth, poreless finish.

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