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?
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 and blush brush looks quite different from your liquid foundation brush—the bristles are a little fluffier, and it typically has a more rounded or oval brush head. ... important tip: If you apply both blush and bronzer with the same brush, just be sure to clean it in between uses—see below for how!
You can use our cleanser to clean your brushes
What goes first bronzer or powder?
Step One: Bronzer goes on after face makeup (foundation, concealer, and powder) but before blush. You can use any type of brush you like. My personal preference is a brush with soft, short bristles so I can control my placement.
Step Two: Using a sweeping motion, you're going to imagine that you're drawing a number 3 on your face. Bronzer should go along the hairline/upper forehead, just below the cheekbone and just below the jawline.
Step Three: Blending is super important, especially down the neck. Make sure everything is smoothly blended. If you feel like there's a harsh line that you can't get rid of, try using a little bit of translucent powder to smooth it out.
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