This one goes out to all of my beauty’s who would like to know the best make-up brushes to use to stay gorgeous! When you go shopping for a makeup brush, you’re bombarded with choices. You don’t need as many as you think. Chose 5-6 brushes that you feel you would use the most and don’t be afraid to use them on more then one area of the face. Here’s a little help from us! The following are Beauty with Julie’s TOP 5 Make-up Brushes we just can’t live without! Xo
1. Sigma Tapered Kabuki:
Recently, we discovered this precise concealer application brush which dramatically helps us with the exact placement of concealer on harder to reach areas such as around the eyes and nose, chin, and around the mouth.
Julie’s Tip & Trick – – Use this brush to apply foundation by stippling it over blemishes or dark spots.
Julie’s Tip & Trick – – Use this brush to highlight above your cheek bones, bridge of nose, cupid’s bow, and chin, as well as to contour cheek bones, sides of nose, jawline, and forehead.
3. Sephora Pro Round Powder Brush:
A large, round powder brush ideal for applying loose, pressed, or mineral powders on the face and décolleté. What we love most about this brush is its variety of coverage options, from light-full, and its silky finish.
Julie’s Tip & Trick – – Use this brush with translucent powder to set your make-up for a long lasting finish.
4. Sephora Pro Airbrush
Our Ultimate Favorite brush with unique bristles that create a truly airbrushed finish. We promise a smooth, streak-free application with all of your favorite liquid, cream, and powder formulas.
Julie’s Tip & Trick – – Use this brush in circular motions all over the face with your favorite foundation to produce beautiful, flawless airbrushed skin!
Julie’s Tip & Trick – – Use this brush to apply eye colors to your crease or outer corner for a smokey look. Circular motions make for softer looks.
6. BONUS! Sigma Angled Brow Brush:
Define your brows with this firm angled edge. Apply powder and gel products to brows using a sketching motion to achieve a hair-like effect.
Julie’s Tip & Trick – – Use this brush to apply eyeliner to your lower lid using soft, dabbing motions or use the flat side of this brush along the lower eyelid for a dramatic look.