The Ultimate Makeup Brushes GuideThursday, January 28, 2016
Hey gals, hope you all are doing great there, I have found this interesting infographic on the internet about makeup brushes that can h...
Thursday, January 28, 2016
Infographic Source: The Untrendy Girl
1- Large Powder BrushThis type of brushes is used to dust loose powders over face or body. Usually, they are quite handy while applying translucent or finishing powders.
2- Shading BrushShading brushes are suitable for depositing concentrated products. These brushes are ideal for application on lower lid or in the crease, depending on the desired look.
3- All-over lid brushThese brushes are perfect for shadowing and for depositing strong to medium coverage. It can be used at an angle to shade crease.
4- Blending BrushThe blending brush blurs the line and blends the edges. It can be used without makeup to ease down the contouring on the face.
5- Foundation or Concealer BrushThis brush can help you spread the liquid foundations, primers, concealers and moisturizers evenly on the face. You can also use a damp sponge for this purpose, just soak it in water and squeeze out to use it.
6- Angled Liner BrushAngled liner brushes are good for lining eyes with powders or creams. It is easy to use and versatile as well.
7- Kabuki BrushKabuki brushes are handy for a polished look, and it can help you blend powders easily for a smooth finishing.
8- Angled Brow BrushA perfect brush for filing eyebrows, they can easily blend out eyebrow pencil too. You can use it with shadows or creams.
9- Face or Powder BrushIt is a handy brush for applying loose or pressed powders on face or body.
10- Blush BrushThe blush brush can help you apply the blush, bronzer or highlighter with great ease. Its rounded tip comes in real handy during blush applications.
11- Mixed Fiber Flat BrushFiber flat brush is an excellent finishing brush that helps in blending powders and creams for a polished look.
12- Fine-tipped Eye Liner BrushFine tipped brushes can help you get a precise and defined eye look (like the winged look), and it can work well with liquid or cream liners.
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