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Professional makeup artists recommend this one thing

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“Look at it this way, if you were going to paint a wall, would you use fingers or a brush?

“I’m a huge advocate of finishing off applications with the fingers to really warm it into the skin, but to get a smooth, professional application, brushes are required.”

Makeup brushes


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Seems pretty clear. We need brushes, according to Clint. And so we have to ask the next question – which ones exactly and what for?

“Depends on the job,” he says.

“For each job there are specific brushes, so a liquid foundation needs a liquid foundation brush and so on.”

Clint Dowdell


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But, if you want surefire brushes that will cover you go with this lot, says Clint.

A Mineral Brush (for powder foundation)

A Liquid Foundation Brush

A Blush Brush (also for bronzer)

A Finishing Brush (to set makeup)

An Eyeshadow Brush

An Angled Brush (for liner)

Makeup artist Helen Dowsley says you can get away with even fewer brushes if you choose a couple of clever multi-taskers.

“Makeup artists love nothing more than a brush that can do it all in terms of makeup application,” she says.

For that she likes a stippling brush.

“It can be used very easily on both creams and powders and gives a soft-focused effect,” she adds.

Nude By Nature brushes


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Me, I’m still a fan of fingertips I’m afraid but I’n happy to give brushes a try. And who knows – perhaps I’ll stick with them forever.

Stay tuned.



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