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The Makeup Brushes Abecedary


13 February 2018

Foundation brush:

Without doubt the most important brush of all - with so many types of foundation, the use of a good quality brush makes all the difference in terms of application. If you do not want your base to look gelatinous, gently melt the product into the skin to get a trace-free application.

 Beauty blender:

The newest invention in terms of basic application or foundation. Use the broad sides of the sponge to tap the product on your face. Use the tip to reach the folds around the nose and to locate small areas. It is also ideal for blurring difficult makeup lines and removing excess product!

 Corrector brush:

As its name suggests, the concealer brush is perfect for correcting tasks. When using a concealer brush, never use it for two different products. Apply the product on the skin to correct the area and get the best result.

 Duo fiber flat brush:

The duo fiber brush is a complementary tool with a foundation brush. If you carefully observe the brush, you will find that the ends are very light and feathery compared to the base. The light fibers of the brush help you get a flawless finish.

 Beveled blush brush:

A beveled blush brush allows precise application. Its angular shape allows it to pick up the product and sprinkle it on the cheeks delicately for a natural effect - no more risk of looking like a clown!

Powder brush:

The main objective is to use this brush to dust your face with loose or compact powder - a good brush will allow you to fix or retouch your makeup without removing the makeup previously applied.

 Contouring brush:

Contouring is something that can not be done without a brush. An outline brush will have firmer bristles than a blush brush, and a more angular tip. It is specially designed to help you target the areas you want to rework.


Fan brush:

The bristles of this brush are specially designed for highlighters. The bristles are spread out so that the brush picks up a small amount of the product. Then lightly sprinkle the product on top of the cheekbones and other areas of the face that you want to highlight. It is best to go with a light hand to avoid using too much product. You can also use the fan brush to get rid of excess material on your face.


Brush to fade:

The essential key to perfect makeup, and for which you can not use your fingers, is the fading. A good blending brush will help you soften any marked lines after the application of the eye shadow.

 Eye Liner Brush:

The Eyeliner can be our best friend or our worst nightmare. It all depends on the brush! The eyeliner brush is designed to pick up and deposit the required amount of product while giving you maximum control that you probably would not find elsewhere: precision and perfection!

 Eyeshadow brush:

Use an eyebrow to evenly apply powder and cream shadows. A good eyebrow will pick up a decent amount of the product and allow you to drop it on your eyelids with minimal fallout of powders. Other use: Dab on the shadow under the lower lash line for a smokier eye.


Bronzer Brush:

A tanning brush is rounded and distributes the product evenly so that the tan helps you get that natural and sunny look. Another use: blur the marked lines by swirling the brush on your face. There are even retractable brushes that allow you to take the brush anywhere, in any bag.

 Lip brush:

A must-have if to ensure an accurate application. It's a perfect editing tool, so be sure to invest in a good lip brush. You will not regret it !