In the whole makeup look, the most important thing is the foundation, so the most worthwhile investment is also the foundation brush! So, what is the difference between the different types of foundation brushes? How to use them?
In order to create a delicate makeup look, in addition to makeup skills, there are some tools that can be powerful. Makeup tools must first be affected by the foundation. After all, the most important makeup in makeup, so the most natural one is the powder brush! The foundation brush will be faster than other makeup tools, and the details will be better. However, the skin condition is very poor, so dry that the skin is not suitable for brushing!
Foundation brushes are usually made of man-made fiber hair, since most of the foundation is moisture and oil, makeup brushes can resist moisture and oil, and it can withstand washing, and artificial wool will be better to use. However, since the bristles will be tight and thin, it will be a little hard to the touch, don't use too hard to avoid sensitive skin!
The types of basic brushes can be roughly divided into four types: flat head, flat head, round head, and oblique head. Of course, there are also fine-grained tilted heads, slanted heads, and irregular brush heads.
Use different types of basic brush heads: suitable for thin foundations, such as foundation liquid, gouache, etc. When using liquid foundation, place the root on the back of your hand and dip it into the bottom of your face. Apply the face from the inside out. The brush should be installed and used on delicate areas such as the wings of the nose.
Round head: suitable for the combination of foundation, starch, BB and other thick foundations. Dip it into the foundation and apply it to the skin like a small circle. Avoid the t-spot, avoid the cheeks when you're done, just apply the paint liquid to the center of the face like the forehead, nose, etc., be careful not to draw circles to apply these spots, so that you can achieve a natural makeup effect.
Flat head: suitable for thick textures such as foundation, BB. Dab a small amount of lye with a brush, working outward from the middle of the surface. If you have a special-needed concealer, choose it as the first point of your brush. Then, work horizontally outward from the middle of the surface until the base fluid is evenly spread. What if the technique is correct or if there are slight brush marks? After foundation is done, rub your hands with warm hands and press lightly on the face. You can use facial skin or a sponge to push foundation faster, blend skin, and effectively address brush marks. There is no way around this. This could be an issue with the brush itself, or it might not match the foundation. It can only change the base or change the brush.