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BRUSH KNOWLEDGE

Ladies, I find that a lot of you don’t see the need for make up brushes. However there is a drastic difference between when you use normal make up applicators and when you use professional make up brushes. My thinking is, if you are going to do your make up, why not do it the best way. Hope you enjoy my new post today.

Every brush play a role in your beauty. Learn to use the appropriate one at a given time

FOUNDATION BRUSH
Designed to achieve a flawless finish, the bristles are tightly packed with a tapered tip for fluid application. Dampen the brush first in warm water and firmly squeeze the excess into a towel or tissue, this will help achieve a more even distribution.

CONCEALER BRUSH
A soft, bristled, flat brush with a wider base and a pointed tip. Used to apply concealer under the eyes, to spots and to camouflage problem areas such as broken capillaries and areas of discolouration.

DUO FIBRE BRUSH
Made from synthetic fibres, this brush is ideal for buffing and blending colour. The flat, circular, feathery head provides Easy coverage of liquid, cream or powder. We use it to blend cream blush onto the apples of your cheeks or for a light dusting of shimmer powder to your cheek and brow bones.

BRONZER/POWDER BRUSH
Soft, full and rounded, this brush can be used for both compact powder and bronzer. The bristles pick up the perfect amount of colour and powder and distribute flawlessly onto the skin.

EYE SHADOW BRUSH
Large, flat, short and brimming with bristles for excellent coverage. The soft bristles have a specially crafted edge for a smooth application without ‘dragging’ the eyelid.

ANGLE EYE SHADOW BRUSH
A long, round and tapered brush perfect for shading the eye socket. Just gently follow the natural crease of the socket blending back and forth to build up depth.

BLENDING EYE SHADOW BRUSH
Use this light brush to blend eye colours and to highlight the brow bone.

FLAT EYELINER BRUSH
Allows eyeliner to be applied deep into the lash line for a richer and more distinct eye. Gently brush upwards to soften and blend the line for a smokey eye.

SLANTED EYEBROW DEFINER BRUSH
Used to define and fill brows for a beautifully symmetrical appearance. The bristles are stiff and angled for precise control. if ur using a pencil to fill in ur brow lightly shade to half way across the brow and then and then use the brush to fill in the outer edge.

LIP BRUSH
The sculpted tip of a lip brush is perfect for achieving a flawless line. The bristles are short and firm for controlled application.

CLEANING MAKEUP BRUSHES
Finally, don’t forget your brush cleaner! You don’t want to spend a lot of money buying high quality makeup brushes if you are not going to be able to look after them by keeping them clean and conditioned. Foundation, eyeshadow and lip brushes should be cleansed after each use to stop bacteria spreading and therefore keep your skin clear, whilst other types of brushes such as powder and blusher can be cleansed once a week. Most brands that sell brushes also have a brush cleanser

Have a beautiful week guys!

BE ADONIS

ISILOMO BRAIMOH is a young and talented lady who has been in make-up artistry for a while. She owns Adonis Airoso. She is currently studying International Relations in a private University in Nigeria.
For your enquiries on beauty, please contact her on: twinsisbraimoh@hotmail.com or follow her on Twitter @princess_adonis

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3 comments on “BRUSH KNOWLEDGE

  1. Loving this piece.The importance of make up brushes can never be over emphasized.Would have been perfect if each point had a picture of the matching brush…still great though.Thumbs up

  2. It would have great if u could attarch an example of each brush mention under d categorie which dey belong for better follow up and show an example of a brush cleanser.
    You could also name product you feel will be best for good finishing. All in all, it was nice, thanks for the information.

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