Makeup Brush Guide
Posted on April 11, 2012 by Charmie Stryker
We’re back with another brush guide now focusing on brushes centered around face makeup application. We kept it short and sweet, as makeup artists we know how overwhelming it may be when you’re overloaded with options. Truth is, the simpler the better. Choose brushes that fit your makeup regime and be sure to blend blend blend!
Foundation Brush: Often shaped like a pointed spatula. Strong fibers create flawless strokes from application to blending in all areas of the face.
Kabuki Brush: Large dome shaped brush perfect for large area applications such as overall face powder, bronzers, and luminizers.
Blush Brush: Angled blush brushes is great for enhancing contours of your face and applying cheek color.
Concealer Brush: Thin pointed tip directly target blemishes and fine lines and works best with cream based products.
Fluff Brush: Smaller than a powder brush, its best for smaller harder to reach areas.
Powder Brush: Powder brush usually applied as final touch allowing a fine layer of powder to even out application for that airbrushed effect.
Feel free to check out our most popular brushes at the studio or If you ever have any questions or would like to schedule a consultation please feel free to contact our team of professional make up artists here in Austin.