I’m a perpetual finger make-up artist, which means I are inclined to placed on quite a lot of my make-up with my fingers — concealer, basis, eyeshadow, highlighter, you title it! However after I do use brushes, I at all times attain for a similar few out from my eclectic assortment: these pink floofy brushes from Moist n Wild. Good brushes additionally sometimes run you wherever from $20 to $40 too (which I would fairly be spending on precise make-up), so the truth that these are all beneath three is actually sufficient to make my coronary heart flutter.
I take advantage of the blush brush most frequently, however often for powder (it is so satisfying to run all throughout your face and any brush that is not as poofy merely will not do) and highlighter (I do know individuals like to make use of thinner brushes however I like dumping as a lot shimmer on the highest half of my face as attainable). The crease brush is one other favourite as a result of I have a tendency to use eyeshadows by finger first and comply with up with this child to mix out the darker shades so all the colours like they’re enjoying good and are supposed to be worn collectively.
The contour brush is the most recent addition after, about two weeks in the past, I questioned why on earth I did not have extra of those brushes. I’ve just lately began carrying bronzer extra persistently, and this brush is simply good for it! Not too skinny, not too thick, and it applies bronzer with a brilliant gentle hand, so you do not go overboard like previous Sarah may need, ahem. These brushes mix splendidly, are tremendous fairly, as comfortable as I would think about a unicorn’s tail to be, and a critical bang to your buck. What extra convincing do you want from me?? —Sarah Han
Get them from Amazon: blush brush for $2.99, contour brush for 99 cents, and crease brush for 99 cents.