Basic Makeup Tools for Every Skill Level

1 Pc Black Telescopic Beauty Makeup Loose Powder Brushes Blush Contour Face Profile Make Up Artificial Fiber Brush with Cover
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1. Powder Brush
This brush is big, soft and fluffy. It is used for picking up a light dusting of loose powder. The big, round head evenly distributes powder all over the face. You can also use this brush for blending and dusting off extra powder. However, I feel that a powder puff sets your foundation better as it presses loose powder into the skin.

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2. Blusher Brush
A powder brush does not pick up a lot of powder, so if you use this brush for our cheeks, you will find that the shade you get is less intense. A blusher brush is a must to have because its dense and medium-sized head makes for easy application of blusher powder and a more concentrated shade.

3. Flat-Head Concealer Brush
This brush is flat and short. For precision in concealing blemishes and dark under eye circles.

4. Tiny Concealer Brush
This brush is small with few bristles. For concealing freckles, spots, pimples on uneven skin surface.

5. Small Eyeshadow Brush
This brush is small and firm, and best used for precise application near the eyeliner as it gives a more concentrated shade. It is also used for smudging eyeliner powder to give your eyes a softer look, and for application of eyeshadow on the lower lash line.

6. Full Eyeshadow Brush
This brush is full and flat. Designed for the application of shimmer and matte eyeshadows. For applying eyeshadow and highlighter, or blending eyeshadow colours. Try to have at least two eyeshadow brushes: one for darker colours, the other for lighter colours.

7. Eye Brow Brush
This brush has firm, angled bristles. It can be used for applying eyebrow powder and can double as an eyeliner brush.


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