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Get into dramatic looks with bright colors instead of dull colors. I hope this helped, even though I don’t know much about it.
Foundation Brushes – You can use these with all types of makeup foundation bases, from creme to liquid.
Kabuki Brush – Short and round. A favorite for applying mineral makeup with. It can also be used with regular powder cosmetics.
Concealer Brush – It gets in those hard to reach areas like the eyelids. You can also use it to cover dark circles and spots with.
Contouring Brush – It’s fluffy with a slanted angle to the bristles. That makes it perfect for the cheek area, but you can also use it under your chin or anywhere you want to apply powder.
Blush Brush – Hitting the apples of your cheeks and appearing like you have a flush of color is easy by using this. It should only take one swipe.
Bronzer Brush – Flatter, wider and fluffier than a blush brush. Whisk on the look of a healthy tan in just seconds.
Powder Brush – Usually the largest one of your collection. It’s used for applying translucent powder to set your makeup with.
Eyeshadow Brush – Everyone needs one that’s a standard size and flat. It can do everything from applying eyeshadow all the way up the eye, highlighting and even work in the crease.
Slanted Eyeshadow Brush – The angle makes it perfect for getting in that crease area, but it can be used for one color eyeshadow application, too.
Crease Brush – A terrific solution for keeping the eyeshadow colors concentrated in the crease area.
Liner Brush – Either a pointed tip or flat slant works. You might find the flat slant is easier to “walk” your eyeliner across. This versatile instrument can also be used apply eyeshadow under the eyes with.
Smudge Brush – Going for smokey eye makeup looks? It’s perfect for smudging everything from pencil eyeliner to eyeshadow. Look for a tiny tip.
Spoolie – This is a like a large clean mascara brush. It’s sometimes referred to as a brow groomer. You can use it on your eyebrows or eyelashes. Works wonders.
Lip Brush – You’ll be surprised at what a difference precision application can make on your total lip makeup look.
Hope this helped!