You don't necessarily have to use these brushes for it's "politically defined" purpose, meaning I've used blushers as powder brushes or a fluffy shadow brush as a blending brush before but key is using these tools to acquire a more polished looking makeup.
For any queries or if you would like to see a demo of any of these tools, feel free to comment below or message me.
Types of brushes:
Synthetic: Best used for cream products or liquid formula. Liquid Foundation, Cream foundation, Concealer, lip products or mask.
Animal/Natural Hair: This varies in type as well as texture and density, I personally prefer natural synthetic hair but to each it's own.. Best used for dry/powder products as well as liquid.
As the name states, it is used to apply liquid, cream, powder or mineral foundation.
These brushes varies from a classic synthetic, taklon fiber which does a quick application but gives a streaking effect where you would need to blend with a sponge, to a stippling brush, provides an airbrushed finish look but not practical when you are pressed for time and then there's the much more dense flat/domed buffing brush, (my preferred method of application) very quick, perfect for "I woke up late" morning preps but might still need a lil help with a sponge to finish the crevices of your face ie; inner corner of eyes and nose.
- Fluffy dome brush
- Crease brush
- Blending brush
- Flat shadow brush-
- Liner brush- Angled, Flat or Pointed brush
- Smudge brush
- Spooly/Brush & Comb combo