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4 makeup brushes you NEED






No matter how big my brush collection i seem to find myself always reaching for only a select few of my brushes. After realising this i considered that they MUST be the makeup brushes every gal needs for her collection! So here are 4 makeup brushes that i know you need. It isnt just to do with the type of brush but also the brand, i have tried so many brushes and to be fair its a lot to do with the quality of the bristles. 

FOUNDATION BRUSH ~
real techniques is a brand i have begun to love, i cant comment on their whole collection as i havent tried them all...yet..their base brushes are brill though. I use the big gold brush in the photo to blend out my foundation and also my cream contour. I find it helps to blend out all the product easily and doesnt absorb it all on the brush. (buy here)

BLUSHER BRUSH ~
i love the shape of this pink brush, it is perfect for the apples of my cheeks. i use it to apply my blusher and also my bronzer and i find that it sweeps so nice. it packs in a lot of product on all sides of the brush. i think i got this from amazon but im sure they have a similar brush in the real techniques collection. (buy here)

CREASE EYESHADOW BRUSH ~
this is my favourite brush like ever! the ZOEVA 221 brush for the crease and transistion colours. this brush everyone needs to get that perfect crease, i used to use eyeshadow brushes that were flat to try and blend out and now i can see why it never worked haha. (buy here)

CONCEALER BRUSH ~
this little bad boy really shouldnt be underestimated, easy to blend out any concealer and gets into those sneaky under eye areas. i also use it to contour my lips and lips being a smaller area this brush can fill it in easy. this is also from the real techniques collection. (buy here)


what are your fave brushes?

XOXO

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