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Ultimate Eye Concealer Brush Guide For The Smoothest Coverage!

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Jenn02
Eye concealer is my unexpected favorite beauty product. It's not fun like eyeshadow or lipstick, but it's the product that transforms my eye makeup. Make up tools is important for a well look. I often used my fingers to blend concealer, but some formulas really require a brush. The best concealer brushes distribute even the thickest, most full-coverage concealers seamlessly and smoothly across the skin. If you want to make the smoothest eye coverage, you should firstly choose a good brush.  Here are some tips accoding to my experience about applying eye concealers: Tip1: Choose a synthetic eye concealer brush Most importantly, you should choose a synthetic eye brush. Compare to natural eye brushes, synthetic eye brushes have no hair cuticle, so they don’t absorb cosmetic products into the fibres. This makes them better for applying gel, liquid or cream formulations such as foundations and concealers. Not only that, these types of brushes are easier to clean and tend to be a bit more robust. Tip2: Consider the shape and size An under-eye concealer brush should be flat and about the width of one of your fingertips. The shape and size follow the contour of your eye while allowing you to pat concealer gently on delicate skin. Tip3: Consider the texture of the bristles The texture of the bristles is another factor to consider. It should be soft, fluffy, not too dense, making for easy blending and feel quite nice on the skin. Of course, what to look for also depends on the type of eye concealer you're planning to pair with the brush. The skin around the eyes are very fragile and need to be well cared, so choose a high-quality eye concealer brush!
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This or That? Come and make a choice between them!
This or That? Come and make a choice between them!
The most economical way is to apply foundation with our fingers. But that always gets your hands dirty with product, and creates a uneven look on your face too. So it’s better use a right tool.   Then do you use a makeup brush or beauty blender? It seems to be a serious problem.   Personally, I prefer to use beauty blender, since brush has higher requirements for professional technique, which is not friendly to me.   What are the pros and cons of beauty blender and brush respectively? I’d like to share my experience.   Beauty blender provides a light, natural and even coverage of foundation, and that’s exactly what I am looking for. It can achieve a dewy look to your skin, blend out foundation effortlessly. If you are on the hunt for cheap tools, makeup sponges are good choice.   In terms of shortcomings, beauty blender absorbs foundation a lot and it doesn't last. But on the other hand, that is why you get a lighter coverage. In addition, you have to wet your sponge because a damp beauty blender helps to create a more even, dewy finish than dry.   For brush, it provides a fast application every time and high coverage that lasts all day long. And if you wash it often and keep in good condition, a makeup brush can last for years. Unlike sponges, you have to replace them every 3 to 4 months, even if you clean them often, which are a perfect breeding ground for bacteria to grow.   However, a makeup brush needs professional painting, or it will easily leave a streaky finish. It’s also hard to find a cheap good quality makeup brush as it’s more expensive than sponges. If you get a brush that isn't up to standard, you will get disaster application or even unwanted brush hairs on your face.   Just take some time to decide on the right applicator for you.
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GOODBYE CREASES WITH MIRACLE POWDER SPONGE✨
GOODBYE CREASES WITH MIRACLE POWDER SPONGE✨
REAL TECHNIQUES - Miracle Powder Sponge $6 Why I bought it? I originally bought the sponge thinking it was a regular foundation sponge but in pink. First impressions? The sponge is so soft! It is made out of velvet which helps set your powder flawlessly. How I use the product? This sponge is great for “baking” under the eyes, under cheekbones, etc. I pack on the powder in those areas then wipe away with a powder brush for a smooth crease-less finish that will last all day. Will I repurchase? Because of how well this sponge sets my under eyes, I will be repurchasing.
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Which one to choose-Bronzer or blush?🤔
Which one to choose-Bronzer or blush?🤔
When choosing makeup products, it's great when one product can be used multiple ways. Bronzing powder can, and some blush colors also can, be used in multiple ways as well. And different applying ways can also show different features of the face, create better light and shadow decorative effect. •Bronzer it's about adding a copper tone to our skin, and using the principle of light and shadow, darking and warming it to make our face look as it's always shining. They are generally warm colors with a slight shimmer. Suitable for people with high cheekbones. (or as long as u like, just put it on your pretty face but you need to make sure it blends evenly) People often use these 2 bronzer methods (picture) The 2 in the picture may be more suitable for the contour stick. (I like Fenty Beauty match stix matte skin stick! Just use it draw lines on face, then use sponges or brush to make evenly) Sometimes Bronzing powder is more effective, even reduce the steps we take to put on makeup. Since bronzing powder tends to come in large-sized pans, you can also use it on your cheeks, eyes, and nose. Just select the correct brush for each job. For example, use a detail brush, brush a small amount of bronzer in a straight line on each side of your nose to visually straighten your nose.  A fluffy brush is ideal for cheeks. Grab a blending brush to use bronzer as eye shadow, then use a detail brush to lightly contour your nose. And as always, be sure to pick a shade that's 1-2 shades darker than your skin tone to get the natural shadow effect.   •Blusher As a general rule, we might overlook blush as an add-on, only use it as a tool to improve our complexion. Just a few swipes of blush can make your complexion look healthier, and make your skin look more youthful. Of course it would! but It's not as simple as a swirl on our cheeks.  (wrong shape with clearly line in the picture) You can also blend cream blush onto your cheeks, sweeping the blush from the cheekbones up to the hairline using a loose synthetic brush. Or use what's left over on your finger to dab it on your eyelid. You can just draw round shapes with a trim, or use blush instead of bronzing powder. May be worn alone or over makeup. Using sponge applicator, glide over face and neck for a natural-looking tan glow. To accentuate and contour, apply more over cheekbones. Sometimes I prefer to put my blusher on the end of my nose to make it look cute and small, which also makes me look cute and sexy. Tip: Align the brush in the middle of your nostril, but be careful not to draw the lines too close together. Diffuse the bronzer gently by blending toward the center of the nose, then blur the lines even more with the tip of your finger.   A great tip is to apply your bronze or blush lightly and blend it very well! This is what I think is the most important point, more important than the color you've shown too many times! And chooses one that fits your skin tone or your makeup. (Depends on your face shape and skin tone.or foundation colors,lipsticks)The best way to apply them with brushes.
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Brush vs Puff, which is the best to apply foundation?
Brush vs Puff, which is the best to apply foundation?
As the saying goes, strong horse with strong saddle. If you want a flawless finish look, a good foundation is not the only concern. You should also care about the proper applicator to achieve 1+1>2. Maybe most of you will think of sponges when talking about foundation applicator, but for me, sponges always waste much of my pricy foundation, so I prefer other tools.   Brush and puff are my prior choices. Shu uemura’s petal 55 foundation brush is my fav foundation brush. Since I have Sulwhasoo’s (a well-known k-beauty brand) perfecting cushion, I find the puff in it very easy to use. I will tell the difference of the two applicators in this review.   As for the price first, shu uemura’s brush cost me $64, which is super expensive for a makeup tool. Sulwhasoo doesn’t cost me as it was a complimentary of the cushion. They’re both very soft and the water-absorbing quality are both very good. The brush has a unique hexagon shape and the puff is a circle. When I apply the foundation on my face, I will firstly use the brush to blend it and then use the puff to cover the nose, undereye areas and jaw areas. They could both give me a smooth, even, poreless coverage and flawless finish without wasting extra foundation. I love both of them since the brush could help applying the foundation easily on my skin while reduing application time; the puff could give me a smooth stoke from the margins. This pair leaves no stroking streaks for me. Also, they free me from the worry of makeup dropping! I love add a little water to the bristle to make the foundation more easy to blend, also more lightweight.   Although the brush cost much, I still think it worth that price. I will rate it 5 stars. If you’re looking for an applicator while don’t care about the price, petal 55 should be your first choice.
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Tower 28 Bronzino
Tower 28 Bronzino
Cue Golden by Harry Styles 🤩🤩🤩 Would you believe when I said that I took this today right before a hurricane is about to hit? It’s kind of weird how nice the weather can be right before a big storm is about to happen. The sun light was just hitting right on my new fave by @tower28beauty Bronzino!!!! - My obsession over T28 is honestly not okay. I love all of their products so so much and they’re incorporated into my makeup routine pretty much everyday. They are all so easy to apply and so buildable. Okay enough of me raving about how much I love them lets talk about the bronzer 🤎 I ordered the Bronzino in the shade West Coast and girl I immediately fell in love. It’s so creamy and gives you such a gorgeous sun kissed look!! I like to apply it with my fingers and either blend it out with a brush or beauty blender. You can make it look as subtle or dramatic as you want which I really enjoy. I also really like using this as a cream eyeshadow to add some color to my lid. My only thing is that I do wish they had better shade range being that they only have two shades 🥴 I do think they’re working on that though but I’m not 100% positive. Let me put you on the T28 wave okay? Okay - Anyone else going to take part in no buy August?? I seriously need to take a break from spending and use all of the products I have!
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What a life-changing moment when I use a brush! See Tutorial👇👇👇
What a life-changing moment when I use a brush! See Tutorial👇👇👇
Often, I’d dot concealer where I need it, then use my fingers to spread it out and blend and pat it into place. For the most part, it’s worked well for me. But recently, I saw a brush being used, and that piqued my interest. So I gave it a shot. OMG! What a life-changing moment! Here is the tutorial about how to apply and blend it the right way with a brush. Firstly, I dot my concealer where I need it – usually on my under-eye area and any blemishes. I then use a round, fluffy eye brush, and gently blend the concealer, in a circular motion. If the concealer comes in a pot, I dip the tip of the brush into the pot to pick up product, and then blend into my skin in small circles. Then, a natural, diffused effect has been made! I really agreed that the perfect way to blend concealer is do that with a brush! The way you put on your concealer is just as important as the concealer itself. You can have the best concealer and foundation in the world, but if you apply it incorrectly, it does more harm than good.
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