The products and tools for our trade are very important so if you want to improve your make-up application I would recommend investing in some quality brushes and tools.
There are hundreds of products and tools you can buy. I would firstly decide on how much you want to invest, most make-up artists have built up there kits over a number of years picking and choosing the products they enjoy using most.
In my opinion a good inexpensive range of brushes would be Cosmopolitan or Body Shop, middle range would be Crown Brushes, more expensive brushes would be MAC, Bobbie Brown, Illamasqua there are even more expensive brushes the list is endless.
When choosing a good quality brush check the density of the bristles they should be compact and soft. For a starter brush kit you will need the following brushes: –
Foundation brush – synthetic flat or round
Eye shadow – a wide flat brush, which can be used for covering the whole Eye area with shadow
Eye shadow blended – a natural round soft long bristle brush designed for blending eye shadow
Eyeliner brush – a small bristle brush stiff can be used wet or dry to apply a precise line
Blusher brush – a soft round shaped brush not too big no larger than the apples of your cheeks
Lip Brush – Firm long synthetic bristled brush shaped to a point used for the precision application of lipstick gloss etc.
Powder Brush – A large soft natural bristled brush, which can be used for loose and compact powder or bronzer.
Using the correct tools will give you a professional finish to your make-up application.
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