Foundation Brush Introduction 101:
I wrote this post when I first started blogging, but it still makes sense! I get a lot of people who don’t understand brushes and which one to properly use. Here are some of the ones that I like to use!! I’m going to keep this quick and simple.
I posted before about the importance of makeup brushes. I feel that they give your makeup look a more polished look and it makes it easier to apply. So I’ve been getting a lot of questions lately about what brushes to use for what. The truth is, you can use any brush that works for you! What I’m going to recommend is just a suggestion! Everyone has their own preference and I’d love to hear if you agree with me or if you have any other brushes you love. I’m always open to learning new things myself!
The brushes I’m going to be talking about today are the Sigma Brushes. They are great quality and very affordable. They were an investment that has been well worth it. I’m not saying that there aren’t other great brands out there. Almost every makeup line has their own brushes also. This is just my opinion on what works for me. Plus, if anything happens to your brushes, you have a lifetime guarantee!! You can’t beat that!
Duo Fibre Brush
Sigma Brush #F50
Sigma Brush #F60
Classic foundation brush that most people are used to seeing. This is a great brush for apply any liquid products. I find myself using this brush to apply my makeup primer. It applies the product great. If I am using a foundation that requires a lot of blending, I won’t use this brush. I use this brush when applying a tinted moisturizer. I like that the edge of this brush is great for reaching around the nose area and the eye area.
Sigma Brush #F82
Sigma Brush #F84
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I will attempt to use my foundation brush to apply my tinted moisturizer tomorrow… we will see how that goes!
Simply Stine says
How did it work? I always say practice makes perfect, especially when it comes to brushes!
I wasn’t a fan. I have the second brush you listed. I may try to buy a few different ones along with a beauty blender when I get my new foundation at sephora.
Simply Stine says
Yeah. I’d suggest the Duo Fibre type brush or a round Kabuki. I like the ones where I can really work the product into my skin, with the regular foundation type brush, I don’t always get the results I want.