Top 12 Makeup Brushes You Need

Exactly How To Use Them

Foundation Brush

Apply foundation to the center of your face and sweep outward toward your hairline for a seamless finish.

Beauty Blender

Dampen with water and dab on a foundation for even sheer coverage.

Kabuki Brush

Sweep bronzer towards your temple and your hairline, cheekbone, and jawline in a 3 shape.

Powder Brush

Dust the bristles across your face to evenly diffuse loose powders for less concentrated color that won’t smudge your foundation.

Angled Blush Brush

vortex the bristles with a blush on the apples of your cheeks and then hold it at an angle and glide it along your cheekbones.

Concealer Brush

Pat concealer on undereye circles and blemishes. Use the rounded edge to reach nooks around your eyes and nose.

All-Over-Eye Shadow Brush

Smooth eye shadow across your eyelids in a windshield-wiper motion for intense color.

Blending Brush

Hold the tip of the handle and swirl in circular motions in your eye crease for a soft and blended look.

Smudger Brush

Line your lashes with kohl liner then lightly sweep the brush from side to side over your liner for a smoky and sultry look.

Angled Eyeliner brush

Dip in cream or gel liner or shadow holds the brush an angle so the bristles are flush with your lash line and drag from the inside corner of your eye along the lash line.

Lash/Brow Comb/Brush


Gently comb through to separate clumpy lashes, remove excess mascara. And smooth dingy brows.


Brush up and out to tame dense, asleep brows and diffuse harshly filled-in brow lines.

Fan brush

Brush fallen down eye shadow from under your eyes or blow your face with powder, highlighter. Bronzer and blush for precise yet sheer application.

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