How to use different types of makeup brushes?
Makeup brushes can be divided into many types according to their functions. There are foundation brushes, blush brushes, eye shadow brushes, eyebrow brushes, and lip brushes. How to use these brushes? In fact, the usage of different makeup brushes is different.
Traditional loose paint. There are two methods: one is scrolling, and the other is directly swiping up. If you roll it, you can press the powder thicker, the oil control ability will be stronger, and the makeup will feel thinner when you lightly brush it.
Flat makeup brush. It can be used as a loose powder brush, as well as blush and highlights, because it has a flat mouth.
Angled makeup brush. It is generally used for slanting blush, and for contouring. Because of its oblique angle, it can make the color more line-like, and it can also take into account the arc.
Flat-head foundation brush. You can use a foundation brush to apply the concealer first, then the liquid foundation, and drag it back and forth on your hands for a few strokes to allow the liquid foundation and concealer to basically mix, and then apply it on your face.
Round-tip foundation brush. It does not require skill to use, and drag marks are not easy to appear. If the skin is good, you can use this brush to get a thin and sticky makeup effect.
Concealer brush. Dip the concealer with a brush, and then print a large area on the area of the blemish. If the area of the concealer is 2 to 3 times the area of the blemish itself, then cover the edge of the concealer to reduce the blurring of the border.
Flat eye shadow brush. The technique is dot printing and light sweeping.
Conical eyeshadow brush. The shape of the brush head is pointed, which is very suitable for some delicate places, such as deepening the color in the eye socket and the tail of the eye.