A Look Inside…Favorite Makeup Brushes

Here is a look inside what the Beauty with Julie girls have in their makeup kits at all times…

There are a TON of different makeup brushes out there on the market so we completely understand how confusing it can be and why we are consistently asking what brush to use for what purpose. Luckily, we are here to give you an exclusive look inside what brushes we know and love! 


First up, we have the Zoeva 221 Luxe Soft Crease brush. We love Zoeva brushes because they’re super soft, affordable, and give professional results. This brush in particular is great for smoking out your crease because it’s not too big and not too small. It’s natural-synthetic hair mix will blend shadows flawlessly!

Pro Tip: Natural hair is better for powder products while synthetic hair is great for both cream/liquid or powder products.

2368337Next, we have the Elf Studio Small Precision Brush. Elf Cosmetics brushes are a great quality for their affordable price. This specific brush is ideal for the inner corner of the eye and bottom lash line because of its size and shape. It’s affordability and accessibility makes it a perfect choice for beginner to professional artists.


Favorite Foundation Brush Alert! This is the Sigma F82 Round Kabuki Brush. A smidge higher in price point, but extremely worth it. Its soft, densely packed hairs provide an airbrush finish to the skin. Sigma Beauty is available online so be sure to check them out!


We love the Real Techniques Blush Brush for its durability, mid-price range, and quality. This brush is great for blush, bronzer, or all over powder due to its precision application and multi-purpose use. This brush also washes well and keeps its shape!


Lastly, the C427 Tapered Duo Fiber Blush Brush by Crown Brush is ideal for blush, but could also be used for bronzer, highlighter, or foundation. Duo fiber brushes have less hair on top, allowing it to pick up less product to achieve a flush of energy on the cheeks. Crown Brush is reasonably priced and available online.


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