Guide To Your Makeup Brushes



  1. Foundation Brush

  • Used to give an even face tone.
  • Pour the liquid foundation on the back of your hand.
  • Now, with your brush take the foundation from your hand in small proportion.
  • Start applying from the middle of face (outwards) evenly without getting rough makeup line.



  1. Large Loose Powder Brush

  • Use it with blush and apply it on your cheeks and your cheekbones.
  • It will spread your blush evenly on your cheeks.


  1. Flushed Brush

  • Used for Contouring.
  • Apply your Bronzer, highlighter and blush as well.
  • Apply bronzer on your cheekbone, jawline and forehead.
  • Apply highlighter on that part of your face which you want to enhance, under your brow bone, nose and above your cheekbone.

(Image: Allure)

  1. Angled Eyebrow Brush

  • Use this brush to shape your eyebrow in your desired form.
  • Apply it diagonally on the outline of your brow, with the lower-end outwards.
  • It can also be used to shape your eyeliner.


  1. Large Angled Brow Brush

  • Fill your eyebrows with this brush lightly.
  • Don’t over use the colour on your eyebrows.


  1. Small Eye Shadow Brush

  • This is used to colour on small areas for a perfect blend.
  • Sweep it linearly on your eye lids.


  1. Medium Eye Shadow Brush

  • Use to cover smaller portions of your eye lids.
  • Apply it along with your eye lids.


  1. Large Eye Shadow Brush

  • Apply the shade of colour on your eye lids which you want to be the dominant and blend it.


  1. Eyeliner Brush

  • Dip the brush into the liner liquid.
  • Start lining your eyes from the inner corner and precisely move outwards.
  • Thicken according to your desire.


  1. Lip Brush

  • This brush it used on your lips to put on a lip shade or lip gloss.
  • Dip the upper part of the brush into a lip shade and apply the colour on your lips along with your lip shape
  • Fill it evenly.


  1. Flat Head Trimming Brush

  • Used to remove and reshape your makeup.
  • Apply it with concealer and use it fix your faulty makeup like eyeliner or eye shadow.

(By- Mekal Mishra)


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