Guide makeup brush to you bulldoze the make

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Make self makeup is a daily challenge, or at least frequent for the vain and women who value this important tactic of beauty. And to accomplish this task every day or a few times a week to more easily it is necessary to invest in the right tools that will make the most simple and practical process.

When doing makeup, you can take advantage of: his own fingers, palm, sponges and brushes makeup. Some people prefer to do makeup using only the tips of the fingers, some people like to use the sponge that comes with some shadows, some people use an average sponge to apply and spread the foundation and other creamy makeup on his face and so on.

However, each technique this has its pros and cons. While one is cheaper and practice, another can be expensive and provide better results. Therefore, it is important to well define their need to understand which technique to use when making the make.

If you chose to use the brushes, even if initially going to use only parts of makeup, it's interesting to read the following information to understand how each one works, so that each one serves, which result provides and know their formats and prices.

To learn more about the brushes used for every need, check the options shown in the illustration, with the description of each product and a suggestion for each type of brush.

base brushes

Guide makeup brush to you bulldoze the make

based brushes. Photo: Female / Mailing Tips.

01 - Sponges: sponges can be great options to apply products in the face. To play safe, choose the right type for each product. For example, porous sponges are suitable for applying powder product and the denser liquid and pasty products.
Photo: Facial sponge packaging with 6 units, R $ 10.00 in Panvel Pharmacies.

02 - Beauty Blender: It is an anatomical sponge used to apply liquid products in the face. In addition to the convenience in application, the Beauty Blender makes uniform and natural looking skin. The hint not to waste product and ensure a perfect application is moisten the sponge in a container with water. You will notice that the attachment increases in size and is softer. The downside of Beauty Blender, besides the high price, is that according to some reviews, it dilutes the base and reduces the coverage of the product, but if you like a more natural finish, this product is ideal for you.
Photo: Sponge Beauty Blender, R $ 79.90 at Cherry Cosmetics.

03 - straight cat language: basically has the same function as traditional brush cat language. The only difference is that the top of the brush bristles is straight. A tip to avoid stains is to apply based on the face making X moves with the brush.
Photo: Straight base Brush the Apothecary, R $ 37.99 at the Apothecary.

04 - cat language: foundation brush serving to spread liquid or creamy products in the face. The positive point is the affordable and easy to find it, but the finish is not the best. Although leaving the skin with a high coverage, the brush cat language can leave the marked skin finish. The tip is also to apply based on the face making X moves with the brush.
Photo: Brush base Revlon, R $ 51.90 in Dafiti.

05 - Duo Fiber: this is a brush made of synthetic and natural bristles. It has a soft texture and leaves skin illuminated appearance. It is recommended for those who prefer a lighter basic coverage to the face. A tip to avoid stains and leave the uniform skin is to apply it beats giving light across the face surface.
Photo: Brush Duo Fiber Sigma $ 10.00 Sigma Beauty.

06 - Kabuki: the brush in kabuki format is denser and has a higher amount of bristles, thereby providing greater accuracy and coverage for the skin. A tip for a flawless application is to deposit a small amount of base in the face and then use the brush to spread. Thus, you save product and avoids leaving the skin with artificial appearance.
Photo: Brush Kabuki F80 Sigma $ 18.00 Sigma Beauty.

Concealer Brush

Guide makeup brush to you bulldoze the make

Concealer Brush. Photo: Female / Mailing Tips.

01 - cat language: the cat's tongue brush can also be used to apply concealer. With bristles made of the synthetic white, this brush is designed to create a smooth surface and greater coverage, thus giving a better finish to the skin.
Photo: Brush cat's tongue Ana Hickmann, R $ 26.99 in cosmetics stores and pharmacies.

02 - little cat language: be air with a healthy skin and fixed with the brush bristles and synthetic rounded tips. This brush is suitable for a more accurate application of pastes.
Photo: Concealer Brush Benefit, R $ 109.00 at Sephora.

03 - Kabuki: this brush is ideal to correct red spots, dark circles and acne marks on the skin. Being a dense and precision brush, kabuki can accumulate more product than necessary, so be careful.
Photo: Brush P80 Sigma $ 18.00 Sigma Beauty.

04 - Medium cat language: It is a soft brush, narrow and flattened tip. It is used to correct large areas such as dark circles, or small, such as acne marks.
Photo: Brush F65 Sigma $ 18.00 Sigma Beauty.

05 - Sponges: sponges can be great for applying concealer on his face. Apply it patting to ensure a flawless coverage.
Photo: Facial sponge packaging with 6 units, R $ 10.00 in Panvel Pharmacies.

Brush powder

Guide makeup brush to you bulldoze the make

Brush powder. Photo: Female / Mailing Tips.

01 - Kabuki: due to its density, the brush is ideal for application Kabuki mineral powder. To ensure a natural and uniform application, spread the product making circular movements.
Photo: Powder Kabuki Brush Artdeco, R $ 86.90 in Dafiti.

02 - Sponges: although they are more practical, sponges accumulate much product and can leave the skin with artificial appearance. To ensure a lighter application, remove excess powder giving hits the back of the hand before applying on the face.
Photo: Facial sponge packaging with 6 units, R $ 10.00 in Panvel Pharmacies.

03 - Brush or base powder: this brush is ideal for those who want a brush 2-in-1, since it allows the application of mineral bases and also face powder.
Photo: Make B Brush base or face powder, R $ 35.99 at the Apothecary.

04 - Regular Powder Brush: It is the most common model brush for applying powder compact on the cheek. Made of natural bristles, the accessory ensures a skin velvety and smooth finish.
Photo: Brush compact Revlon, R $ 51.90 in Dafiti.

05 - Duo Fiber: It is ideal for those who prefer a smoother application of powder. The blend of natural with synthetic bristles leaves the skin smooth and natural appearance.
Photo: Powder Brush Duo Fiber Kryolan, R $ 225.00 in Beauty Web.

06 - Powder Brush with the fine point: this is a brush of accuracy, so it is suitable to apply powder in specific areas. Apply carefully to ensure a uniform finish.
Photo: Powder Brush F25 Sigma $ 28.00 Sigma Beauty.

Brushes for facial contour

Guide makeup brush to you bulldoze the make

Brushes for facial contour. Photo: Female / Mailing Tips.

01 - Bevel: this brush format is suitable for those who want to make a facial outline more smoky and natural. For a flawless finish, deposit the product gradually to the face.
Photo: Brush Angled Face bareMinerals, R $ 78.90 at Sephora.

02 - Kabuki beveled: dense brush and precision. Therefore, to avoid exaggeration, remove excess product on the back of the hand before applying on the face.
Photo: Pro Angled Contour Brush 75 Sephora Collection, US $ 115.00 at Sephora.

03 - Brush small outline: Precision Brush model for facial contour. Ideal to get around the bones of the cheek, chin and nose. For a more uniform effect, use a larger brush to blur everything in the end.
Photo: Brush F05 Sigma $ 16.00 Sigma Beauty.

04 - regular blush brush: reuse the brushes can be a good option to save time and money. Use the traditional blush brush to make the facial contour delicate and natural way.
Photo: blush Brush Kryolan, R $ 74.90 in Beauty Web.

05 - Brush angle: this brush is ideal for those who choose an outline with less precision, more smoky than scheduled. It is essential to be used lightly, because the bristles can get "abertinhas" with ease.
Photo: Brush F40 Sigma $ 16.00 Sigma Beauty.

blush brushes

Guide makeup brush to you bulldoze the make

Brushes blush. Photo: Female / Mailing Tips.

01 - traditional blush brush: this brush model is easier to be found and ensures a natural, smoky effect to the cheeks.
Photo: blush brush Artdeco, R $ 68.90 in Dafiti.

02 - Bevel: bevel brush is ideal for those who want a more accurate application of blush. Be careful not to overdo the amount and stick to the marked face.
Photo: Bevel Brush Sisley, R $ 251.00 in Beauty Web.

03 - Duo Fiber: ideal for applying high solids and creamy texture blushes as blurs and spreads the product evenly on the skin.
Photo: Brush Duo Fiber M.A.C of R $ 209.00 at Sephora.

04 - Kabuki beveled: careful when applying blush using this brush. Because of its density, this is a model very precisely and you run the risk of being marked with the face not use it subtly.
Photo: Brush F84 Sigma $ 18.00 Sigma Beauty.

05 - Kabuki: to ensure a natural and healthy effect on the cheeks, deposit the minimum amount of possible product on the brush before starting the application.
Photo: Kabuki Brush Laura Mercier, R $ 129.00 in the Living Dream Cosmetics.

Paintbrushes to apply illuminator

Guide makeup brush to you bulldoze the make

Paintbrushes to apply illuminator. Photo: Female / Mailing Tips.

01 - Brush for blush or powder: you can use the powder or blush brush to apply the illuminator, but it is necessary to take very little product and apply gently to not overdose on illuminator and stick to oily skin appearance due to the brightness of the skin.
Photo: Brush for blush or powder Ana Hickmann, R $ 29.99 in Ana Hickmann online.

02 - pointed Brush: ideal model to achieve greater accuracy in applying the illuminator. Concentrate the product and deposit brush tip giving the desired tapping area.
Photo: Brush F35 Sigma $ 18.00 Sigma Beauty.

03 - Mini Duo Fiber: this brush model is ideal for applying illuminating cream, because it ensures a light, smoky finish.
Photo: Brush F55 Sigma $ 16.00 Sigma Beauty.

04 - Brush to blend: this brush model is suitable for those who want to brighten the face accurately in specific areas. It also ensures a skin with smoky and natural appearance.
Photo: Brush E40 Sigma $ 12.00 Sigma Beauty.

05 - Brush small bevelled: if you want a brush to spread the product gently and evenly, this may be a good option. Apply the product on the brush and spread giving light taps.
Photo: Brush beveled 168 M.A.C, R $ 178.00 at Sephora.

Brush to outline

Guide makeup brush to you bulldoze the make

Brush to outline. Photo: Female / Mailing Tips.

01 - Brush to outline the eyebrows: this brush model is ideal for gap filling in the brow. You can even use this brush to shape your eyebrows the way you prefer.
Photo: Brush to outline the eyebrows of Artdeco, R $ 68.90 in Dafiti.

02 - Brush outline with straight top: straight top brush is dense and ensures greater accuracy for your outlined. It can also be used to apply shadow on the bottom of the waterline.
Photo: Brush E15 Sigma $ 10.00 Sigma Beauty.

03 - Classic outline Brush: pontudinho the brush to outline the eyes is the most common to be found, but requires a bit of practice to ensure a perfect application.
Photo: Brush E05 Sigma $ 10.00 Sigma Beauty.

04 - Precision Brush: this brush is recommended for those who already have experience in outline the eyes. Prefer a product of professional makeup lines, such as Kryolan and Catharine Hill.
Photo: High Precision Brush Kryolan, R $ 114.90 in Beauty Web.

05 - Brush beveled: The beveled brush is suitable for applying eyeliner gel and mask failures of the eyebrows. With a little practice you will be able to do outlined drives in the eye.
Photo: Brush Professionnel Brow Brush # 10 Sephora, R $ 45.00 at Sephora.

Paintbrushes to apply shadow

Guide makeup brush to you bulldoze the make

Brushes to apply shadow. Photo: Female / Mailing Tips.

01 - Brush angle: the finest and dense brush model is ideal for marking the concave accurately and apply shadow below the waterline of the eye.
Photo: Angular Brush Make B, R $ 35.99 at the Apothecary.

02 - Brush to apply shadow: the flat brushes are excellent for depositing the eye shadow evenly and accurately.
Photo: Brush to apply CLINIQUE shadow, R $ 90.00 at Sephora.

03 - Narrow Brush: this brush model is ideal for applying shadow on the bottom of the eyes or smudge pencil and eyeliner.
Photo: E50 Sigma Brush, $ 12.00 Sigma Beauty.

04 - Concealer Brush: be sure to use the concealer brush to create heavier looks, because the bristles are denser and ensure increased pigmentation of the shadows.
Brush E60 Sigma $ 12.00 Sigma Beauty.

05 - Pencil Brush: the finest and dense brush model is ideal for marking the concave accurately and apply shadow below the waterline of the eye.
Photo: Pencil brush E30 Sigma $ 12.00 Sigma Beauty.

Brushes of natural or synthetic bristles?

To scour makeup stores in search of brushes, you will notice that there are brushes that are made with natural bristles and others that are synthetic bristles. But you know what the difference between these two types? How to choose between the different options? See below:

Guide makeup brush to you bulldoze the make

The blogger 2Beauty, Marina Smith, said his preference as to the bristles of the brush depends on the function: "I just have preference for natural bristles shadow brushes. I think it's best to blur and deposit product in the eyelid. As for face brushes (base, blush, powder), even more like the synthetic bristles. In the case of foundation brush is even better, because the synthetic bristle not 'absorb the product', and is, overall, super soft. "

With this information, you can see that there is no rule to say which is the best between the two materials. Each has its usefulness depending on the type of makeup you want to do, the dash, the technique of their desire and taste. So what is important is to remember the differences to choose what you prefer for each of the make-up and rock the make!

Collaboration: Andressa Dias