7 Makeup Brushes You Need to Own ...

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To become the master at your own beauty regime, a flawless application begins with the right tools, which is why these are the essential 7 makeup brushes you need to own.

When it comes to perfecting your look nothing quite compares to the precision of the right makeup brush.

To achieve a beautifully finished face with even coverage and spot-on care, invest in these makeup brushes you need to own and add a pretty polished touch to enhance your natural beauty.

1. Foundation Brush

Foundation Brush

A round, fluffy and flat-tipped brush is exactly what you need for the perfect foundation applicator.

The foundation brush is useful for buffing and blending foundation on to the skin flawlessly and precisely.2

Its round shape is ideal for a smooth application and even coverage to give you the illusion of perfectly glowing skin.

Use this brush by dipping it into your foundation and buffing it on to your skin in a circular motion from cheeks to hairline for a natural, airbrush-like finish.

2. Powder Brush

Powder Brush

For precision powder application, invest in a large, soft round brush to evenly distribute and dust powder on to your face.2

Using this style brush helps to create a more natural looking finish thatโ€™s less cakey than your compactโ€™s puff or pad.

By using a powder brush youโ€™ll instantly use less product, which will allow your natural beauty to shine through and let your skin breathe without any heavy makeup.

Dip your brush into your powder and tap off any excess then sweep it lightly across the natural contours of your face for a fresh-faced look.

3. Blush Brush

Blush Brush

To bring your face to life with a little color, opt for a medium-sized dome-shaped blush brush for precise application.

When picking out the perfect blush brush, look for brushes that are super soft with long natural bristles.

This will help the brush to not disturb any foundation or powder previously applied and will also save your skin from any irritation that can be caused by stiff or harsh bristles.

Sweep your blush upwards across your cheekbones, starting from the apples of the cheek to the ear to add a healthy, rosy glow.

Eyeshadow Brush
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