What are the essential make up brushes i need in my make up kit? we know you have been asking yourself this question for a long time and we're here to help you.
Make-up brushes are one of the most important tools in your beauty toolbox. They help you achieve a flawless, professional look that can take years off your age. The right tools for the job are essential and investing in good quality makeup brushes can be one of the best investments you'll ever make.
Makeup brushes come in all shapes and sizes, with different uses for every kind of makeup application: foundation, concealer, bronzer… even blush!
So, what makes a great brush? It's all about the bristles! A good brush should have soft bristles that won't tear or scratch at your face as you apply it, and it should move effortlessly through the product without skipping or dragging across the surface of your skin as it does so.
Make up brushes make it easier to apply your makeup evenly. Brushes allow you to focus on what you're doing rather than having to worry about what's happening with the rest of your face while you're working.
THE MOST CHALLENGING AREAS IN MAKE UP AND BRUSHES TO USE.
Under eyes: Apply concealer using the flat side of the shadow and crease brush, and blend using a beauty sponge. Use the multi plus brush or hi-light brush (without glow on it) to apply and dust off your setting powder after baking.
Highlight & contour: Use a definer and shader brush to blend your concealers for highlight (Under eye area and between the brow down to the nose bridge) and a multi plus brush for the cheekbone contour. Use a detailer brush to contour the nose for a precise, pointy and snatched nose
Foundation: Use the foundation brush to apply foundation then go over it with a beauty sponge for a seamless blend.
Highlighting the brows: Use the flat verge brush to highlight and blend out concealer, you can also use the detailer brush to blend the concealer after using the flat verge to add structure to the brow.
Blush: Use the multi plus brush to apply blush seamlessly.
WHAT MAKE UP BRUSHES DO I REALLY NEED IN MY KIT?
Powder brush: Powder brush helps in the application of face powder into the skin, covering more areas and help blends perfectly into the skin.
Hi light brush: The hi-light brush is used to apply highlight (glow) in the specific area without exceedingly going out of place due to its uniform bristle.
Shadow and crease brush: The Shadow and crease brush helps your eyeshadow work effortless. The Crease brush is a powerful tool that create a seamless blend of transition on the outer V of the eyes area.
Definer and shader brush: The Definer and shader brush gives your nose a perfect sculpture. The Shader brush helps give your lower eye a desired definition.
Foundation brush: It is the most suitable brush to apply your foundation. It is designed in a way that it helps even out you're blending during your foundation.
Detailer brush: Small but mighty. It is suitable for blending in your concealer for an even brow look. The brow is not the brow need a small brush in order not to smudge it.
Flat verge brush: The flat verge brush is designed specifically for the brows. I mean who doesn’t want a perfect brow? Absolutely no one! It is used to give structure to the brow by adding concealer beneath and above the brush for a snatched and clean brow result
Multi flat brush: It is a better tool for your seamless skin prep. It makes your Moisturizer, Face primer, Mattifier and Toner blends into the skin without hassle.
Multi plus brush: It is best used to apply blush. The multi plus brush is a fluffy brush that delivers more colors and gives definition to the cheeks.
So, if you have never tried a good quality brush and don't know the difference. Now is the time to try. It will change the way you feel about your make up. Just as it is great to have the best set of brush, it is truly important to take care of your brushes, especially if you want them to last you a long time. Brushes are easy to clean, and they don't take up much room in your bathroom drawer, making it easy to keep all your brushes together. Caring for your brushes is a simple process, check out how to care for your make up brushes here.