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Top 11 Makeup Brushes Everyone Needs!!!


  1. Angled Eyeliner Brush – This brush gives you perfect precision to create winged liner. It can also be used to fill in eyebrows with a pomade or powder product.
  2. Eyebrow Comb – Otherwise known as a spoolie, this brush is perfect for brushing your brow hairs into the direction you want before you begin filling them in. It also blends out the product if you apply too much, creating a more natural finish.
  3. Lip Brush – This brush gives you complete precision when applying lipstick, leaving sharp, clean edges.
  4. Eyeshadow Brush – This small, flat brush is perfect for applying eyeshadow all over the lid. I also use it as a concealer brush.
  5. Blending Eye Brush – This small, soft brush is used for blending out eyeshadow. The brush is designed to do most the work for you; if you hold it gently and sweep it back and forth, it will diffuse the makeup into the skin, leaving no harsh lines.
  6. Fan Brush – This is a perfect brush for applying a light dusting of highlighter on the cheekbones. It also works to sweep away any product that may have dropped down under the eyes after applying eyeshadow.
  7. Flat Foundation Brush – This brush is typically used for applying liquid foundation and is probably the quickest and easiest way to do so. I also use this brush to apply primer, rather than using my fingers.
  8. Buffing Brush – This brush is used to apply liquid foundation or cream foundation in circular motions for heavier coverage and a flawless finish.
  9. Stipple Brush – This has finer fibers near the top of brush. These fibers create light coverage with liquid or cream foundation and can also be used to create that finished air-brushed look.
  10. Angled Powder Brush – The ideal brush for contouring because of the angle and size, this brush does most of the work for you.
  11. Powder Brush – This soft brush picks up loose powder to apply on your T-Zone, under your eyes, and around the nose and mouth area to stop the foundation from creasing. It is also perfect for a touch of blush on the apples of the cheeks.


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