Makeup Brushes

IMG_8931Ok so let’s talk makeup brushes . I don’t want to ramble on too much about them, I just was to let you know what my go to brushes are.

As you all know I am a makeup lover and I love finding new brushes to play around with.

As of recent I went on the hunt for some great new brushes as I wanted new eyeshadow ones to add to my kit. They needed to look good – feel good and be a blending dream as I am using them on clients !

So let’s gets to the good stuff starting with eyes-

Eyes //
To blend my concealer on my eyes (or primer) I use the inglot 4ssIMG_8926.JPG

As my main blending brush I now use inglot 6ss . To be honest I’m not quite sure what I was doing before this brush ? It is so user friendly it practically does the job for you. If you only buy one new brush let it be this one for sure!

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For my darker lid colour and to blend that colour in to my base colours I use inglot 10s .IMG_8928.JPG

Foundation //
I use a kabuki style brush by Fushia and a beauty blender to help give that flawless finish .IMG_8925.JPG

Eyebrows //
I use the benefit hard angle definer brush . It’s super easy to use.IMG_8924.JPG

Contour //
To contour I use the Zoeva contour brush . This was such a reasonable price and has lasted me about 2 years and it’s still perfect about from a few battle wounds on the metal! IMG_8929.JPG

Lastly my advise would be clean your brushes after every use to get the best out of them . I know this sounds like such a pain but it’s not! After every time I apply makeup I clean it off using the inglot brush cleanser . It is a spray and you swirl the brush on some cotton pads and BAM all done in 2 minutes ! Then give your brushes a deep clean, I would recommend once every 2 weeks . I do it once a week but that is because I use mine on clients when doing their makeup and I need to ensure they are super clean and of course it also means I have a lot of product on them over the course of the week.

Happy brushing 🙂

X Bonnie

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