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What types of brushes do you use for bronzer?

  If you want to use your bronzer for a light all- over glow ,use a fluffy brush for full coverage. Like bronzer brush or powder brush!   Contour queens will know if you are a sculpted model bone structure , use an angled brush or something tapered or meant for precision.   Can I use the same brush for powder and bronzer? Yes, Of course, a powder brush can be used to set your foundation with, well, powder. But it can also be used to apply bronzer. And if you pinch the bristles together to form a line, it can easily be used to contour.   Can I use the same brush for bronzer and blush?    A bronzer...

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How to Wash and Dry Your Makeup Brushes?

"I suggest using a gentle shampoo like the baby variety to wash the brushes one to two at a time," says makeup guru Stevi Christine. Make sure the word "gentle" is clearly printed on the label to avoid harsh chemicals that can loosen the glue holding the bristles in place. Softly scrub the lathered up brushes in the palm of your hand and then rinse thoroughly until the water stream runs clear (a sign that dirt and makeup have made their exit). "Then lay them flat on a paper towel to dry overnight. Do a touch test before use, as your larger brushes can take a bit longer to dry," she says.   

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How to Store Your Makeup Brushes?

Don't just throw your makeup brushes loosely into a makeup kit. Not only can the top get crushed and distorted, but also a serious amount of germs live deep in the depths of your bag and can rub off onto anything in close proximity. Instead, stay organized and clean using these guidelines. The simple suggestions will make your brush display accessible, pretty and most importantly, safe.   

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Do Face Makeup Brushes Really Make a Difference?

    Having a makeup brush for nearly every step of your makeup routine can make a huge difference in the appearance of your makeup. Using the correct kind of brush, whether it’s a tapered foundation blush or a flat concealer brush, can change how your makeup applies and help give you a flawless finish. Another thing to note before picking up your tool is if it’s a natural or synthetic makeup brush. Natural makeup brushes are often made of animal hair and are known for their blending and pick-up properties, whereas synthetic makeup brushes are made of man-made material like nylon and are great for precise and streak-free application.     

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