foundation brush

anonymous asked:

Hi, I just discovered your blog and you're amazing! You're so helpful. Do you mind helping with make brushes? I currently have sigma but I'm so over them now, they are not that good, but i want something flat for my foundation? I like tarte brushes but they don't sell it in my country what would you recommend? Thank you so much.

It Cosmetics Your Beautiful Basics Airbrush 101 Set - everyone needs one. I’m also eager to try morphe brushes.

Foundation brushes: There are hundreds of foundation brushes on the market all of which create different effects and finishes, you don’t need all of them but a good foundation and concealer brush are always handy to have (plus they can be used to apply a multitude of products!)

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How to Clean your Makeup Brushes

Brushes are one of the most important steps in makeup application, there’s no point having expensive makeup and horrible brushes. With the right brushes every makeup application can look great.

For brush cleaning I HIGHLY recommend the Masters Brush Cleaner & Preserver, which is designed for art brushes, but works fabulously for makeup brushes. It’s super gentle on the bristles, but removes EVERYTHING and leaves your brushes feeling super soft and smelling great. There’s a reason so many makeup artists love it. 

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Here’s My Daily Foundation Routine:

1. Start off with clean, sanitized hands.

2. Apply Origins Starting Over moisturizer, let it sink in for 3-5 minutes.

3. Next, apply a pea sized amount of Benefit’s Porefessional all over the face.

4. Put a nickel sized amount of Tarte’s 12-hour full coverage foundation on the back of your hand.

5. Using ELF’s foundation brush, paint the foundation all over the face.

6. Blend the foundation in with a Sonia Kashuk flat top brush.

7. Put a tiny amount of Hard Candy’s Glamoflauge concealer on the back of your hand.

8. Using a concealer brush, blend the concealer under the eyes and on any blemishes.

9. Buff on Tarte’s “smooth operator” setting powder using Tarte’s ”the buffer” brush.

10. Using a small, fluffy eyeshadow brush, take NARS foundation powder and apply it to any blemishes that may need more coverage.

The Best Tools for Applying Foundation


When it comes to the application of foundation - fingers are one of (if not) the best tools. (Clean) Fingers are great for applying foundation as the warmth helps to blend the product into the skin easier - resulting in a seamless finish. Smooth your liquid foundation over your skin using your fingertips (as you would with your moisturiser) for a natural, dewy finish.

Foundation Brush

A flat foundation brush is fantastic for applying liquid and cream foundation onto the skin and generally tends to give great coverage. Using a “painting” motion and short, light strokes will help give you a finish that looks like your skin, but so much better. The bonus? This brush can be used for just about any cream or liquid face product.

Try: Beau-Make by Abbamart Cream Base Brush

Foundation Sponge

If used right a foundation sponge can be fantastic for applying foundation onto the skin to give an airbrushed finish. Use a small amount of liquid or cream foundation on a large foundation sponge and use a “bouncing” motion on the skin, if you need more coverage than add another layer using the same technique.

Try: Beauty Blender Sponge

Kabuki Brush

If you’re a lover of mineral or powder foundations then this one is for you. A kabuki brush is ideal for “buffing” mineral foundations into the skin and the short handle allows you to get closer to the face, allowing for more control. If you’re not a lover of powder foundation brushes don’t write this brush off just yet; spritz it with a little hydrating mist and buff your liquid or cream foundation into the skin for a dewy finish.

Try: E.L.F Studio Kabuki Face Brush

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