On the market, we can choose among numerous and various make-up brushes, make-up sponges and other applicators. How to pick the right ones, how to use these and which cosmetics are these destined for? Fortunately, when it comes to the make-up brushes, basically, these are divided into two categories, eye make-up brushes and face and cheeks make-up brushes.
Eye make-up brushes
Generally speaking, our eyes can be painted with three types of make-up brushes. Small, flat and angled make-up brush is the best one for drawing eyelines on the eyelids. In fact, you can use it to eyebrow marking as well. Moreover, the brush is so thin, that it causes no troubles while drawing the precise line right above the eyelash line. For application and smudging loose eye shadows, use a small, angled make-up brush. Due to the natural bristle, the cosmetics are easy to distribute over eyelids. The tip of the brush enables marking the outer corner of the eye during performing smoky eye style. When it comes to cream eye shadows, these should be applied with a flat, round make-up brushes, such as Short Smudger Brush, Small Smudger Brush or Short Shadow Brush.
Face and cheeks make-up brushes
First of all, face and cheeks make-up brushes are definitely way bigger than the ones used for eye make-up performance. A flat, round ended brush is used for a concealer application regardless the cosmetic’s texture. With such a make-up brush, liquid concealer as well as the one of cream-like texture will be distributed evenly, without creating unattractive smudges or stains on face skin. Fairly similar, yet a little bit bigger make-up brush, is used for make-up foundation application. The consistency of the cosmetics does not have a greater meaning in this case as well. Some make-up artists prefer using big, flat and angled make-up brushes because, in their opinion, face should be stamped with a make-up foundation. When it comes to a powder and a blusher, these cosmetics should be applied with the aid of the biggest brush provided in a kit. What is more, it should be made of natural, loosely placed bristle. With such an applicator, you should delicately sweep cheekbones and face with the product to achieve the best make-up results.