what brushes to use for eyeshadow?
Basically, you just need 3-4 brushes for eyeshadow——A eyeshadow brush, a blending brush, a base brush, an eyeliner brush.
Eyeshadow brush helps you to apply shadows evenly across your eyelid. If you want an intense shot of color, the stubby one picks up makeup products much better.
If you are a makeup beginner, the medium one with a slight fan is the best choice. That is easy for you to pick up the amount of eyeshadow, not too much or too little. Larger eyeshadow brushes helps you cover more area in no time. They are the best ones for basic application of eyeshadows.
The blending brush is a must-have rush if you want a blown-out, soft-focus finish that looks. The long dome-shaped bristles fan out to diffuse eyeshadow pigments flawlessly. A transition shade in the crease is crucial as it can help your eye makeup look seamless and the colors blend together effortlessly.
A dome blender brush is ideal for smudging any harsh shadow lines.
A base brush helps helps you quickly apply the eyeshadow base all over your eye. Be it a powder or cream product. A flat, dense brush works perfectly for blending the product. If you want to carve out a killer cut crease, this rounded flat brush will help. It is a pro application so that you can save time. A clean base makeup emphasizes eye makeup.
An eyeliner brush is great for eyeliner gel and liquid eyeliner. Flat top eyeliner brush makes it ideal for drawing on a heavier line using any eyeliner formula. Even beginners can apply shadow or liner on an exact spot easily with an angled eyeliner brush.
A fine point eyeliner brush makes it easy to draw on an ultra-thin eyeliner flick if you use a liquid eyeliner. You can also try different eyeliner looks and styles with this.
You can use the Smudge Brush to create a winged liner with an eyeshadow. Plus, smudge brush to blend and smudge out cream or pencil eyeliner on the lash line for a more bold, smokey look.
how to clean eyeshadow brushes?
When you create looks with multiple eyeshadow shades or makeup formulas, the reusable color removal sponge makes the eyeshadow color changing a doddle, just stroking your brush head on it and done! And the sponge holder is of silicone, not iron that you won’t have nasty rust stuff. The bonus part is that its bottom is a cleaning mat too.
The cleaning mat has 4 textures that work extensively whether the brush is dense or soft. You could hold it or fix it on the sink with the 4 suction cups at the bottom. Massage the brush bristles with the soap solution and move the brush bristles in a soft, gentle circular motion. Then please wash the soap away with lukewarm water.
Regular cleaning is also good for your brushes. It helps them last, meaning your favorite brushes will be with you that much longer, saving you money in the long run. Cleaner brushes also work better. Product is less likely to streak or cake when applied, so you’ll always look your best.