Friday, May 13, 2011

Brush Guide: What Do They Do?

I know that lately I haven't been posting and I completely apologize! But now I'm back with another post on brushes. Brushes come in all different sizes and shapes and have different purposes. Make sure that the brush you choose is the right kind you need before going and spending up to 50$ on one. Here is a quick description of the brushes I use and their purposes. Enjoy!

Face Brushes:
Concealer Brush- Great for pot concealers and any concealer that is not easy to apply out of the tube.
Foundation Brush- Good for a smoother application of foundation.
Powder Brush- Ideal for the perfect "flawless" finish.
Blush Brush- Has smooth bristles and makes applying blush a piece of cake!
Bronzer Brush- Most likely a big,fluffy brush.

Eye Brushes:
Flat Shader- Great for applying shadows to the lid,brow bone and inner corner.
Crease Brush- Awesome for blending harsh lines and applying your crease color.
Eyeliner Brush- Good for smudging out eyeliner as well as applying gel or liquid liner.
Eyelash/Brow Comb- Ideal for seperating lashes and smoothing brows out.

Lip Brushes:
Lip Brush- Good for smudging or applying lip color.

Prices/Brands
Concealer Brush- e.l.f. cosmetics-1.00$
Foundation Brush- e.l.f. cosmetics-1.00$
Powder Brush- Sephora-24.00$
Blush Brush- The Body Shop-24.00$
Bronzer Brush- Same As Powder Brush
Flat Shader-Target-7.99$
Crease Brush-e.l.f. cosmetics-1.00$
Eyeliner Brush-MAC-16.50$(#209)
Lip Brush-The Body Shop-24.00$

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