Liquid Foundation: This is a Sigma F80 brush, or any flat top kabuki brush will work! (The Sonia Kashuk brand at Target has great options too!)

Why I love it: This brush is SO soft and gives my face an “airbrushed” look when I have the foundation completely blended!

How I use it: I just place my liquid foundation on the back of my hand and dab the brush in it. Then, I take the brush and rub it in circular motions all over my face until I get the desired coverage. You can NEVER blend too much girls! Keep blending that foundation until it matches your neck and is evenly placed all over your face.

Concealer Brush: This is a Real Techniques Pointed Foundation Brush.

Why I love it: Its flat design helps precisely place concealer on blemishes and underneath my eyes.

How I use it: I take the concealer, place a small amount on the brush and pat, pat, pat on the desired areas of the face. For me, this means I pat it on my blemishes and a good amount under my eyes to hide dark circles and puffiness. Keep patting until the concealer is completely blended!

Bronzer Brush: This is a Sigma F84 Angled Kabuki Brush. 

Why I love it: This brush is SUPER soft – and the angle makes contouring your features a breeze!

How I use it: I dab it in my favorite bronzer and swipe it in the hallows of my cheekbones. Then I swipe it on the top of my forehead and underneath my neck. And of course, BLEND! 

Blush Brush: This is a Real Techniques Buffing Brush.

Why I love it: The bristles of this brush are shaped perfectly to place blush on the apples of your cheeks.

How I use it: I place it in my blush, tap of any excess and swipe the color on the apples of my cheeks. Easy peasey!

Powder/Blending Brush: This is an ELF Powder Brush

Why I love it: This is one of my ALL time favorite brushes. It’s so soft and it blends my makeup beautifully. I love it so much, I ordered a bunch of them on Black Friday – and then gave them as gifts for Christmas!

How I use it: I either use it to apply HD Powder/Powder Foundation all over my face OR I use it with no product on it – and just as a last step to blend, blend, blend!

If you have any questions or comments, leave them below!

Have a wonderful week my gorgeous friends!



2 comments on “My Go-To Face Brushes {Updated}
  1. Anya B says:

    This post inspired me to buy a 10 piece set of assorted kabuki brushes. My makeup looks SO much nicer! Thank you for the great tips!

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