It's All About the Brushes
When it comes to applying makeup like a professional, using the right tools can make all the difference. High-quality brushes can help you achieve a smooth, even look. Here are a few makeup artist tips and techniques you can use every day to get a polished look. It's all a matter of using the right brush to get beautiful results.
A Powder Brush is a full, fluffy brush designed to evenly distribute powder to the face. Sweep brush across pressed powder or dip into loose powder; tap gently to remove excess and apply to the face from forehead to chin using long, light strokes.
A Cheek Brush is used to accentuate bone structure or add a healthy blush to cheeks. Use the tip of this soft, angled brush to apply colour to the apples of the cheeks and stroke upward along cheekbones, stopping just below the temples, then blend. This brush is also a great tool to use for applying bronzer. Apply across the bridge of your nose, temples, cheekbones and shoulders for a gorgeous, healthy looking glow.
An Eye Definer Brush has bristles that are tapered and rounded at the end to shape and define eyes and blend colour evenly. Sweep colour softly across the eyelid and then lightly above the crease for a natural, yet polished look.
An Eye Crease Brush has long, thin, pointed bristles and is used with midtone and darker shades of eye colour to add depth to eyes. Begin by placing the brush at the outer corner of the eye and then sweep inward following the natural crease. This brush can also be used to create a smoky eye look. Using the brush tip, sweep softly along lower lashes from the outer corner inward.
An Eyeliner Brush is used to line eyes and enhance sparse brows with eye colour. This flat, angled, short-bristle brush makes it easy to apply a thin line of colour along top and bottom lashes. It's also a great tool to use for blending your eyebrow pencil.
Use an Eyebrow Brush to brush brows in the opposite direction from which they grow to remove any excess foundation. Gently brush back, following their natural shape and direction, as a finishing touch to your makeup application.
Using a Lip Brush is the professional way to shape and fill in lips for precise expert application. It distributes colour evenly and the pointed tip allows you to easily reach the thinnest part of the lips. Brush comes complete with a cap for take-along convenience without the mess!
No new product at this time