How to Choose The Best Foundation Brush

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Choosing the best foundation brush for your makeup needs is largely dependent on what kind of texture and finish you are going for. Fortunately, the makeup space is filled with a variety of brushes, all built differently and serving a special kind of purpose. Which is why you will have seen your favourite beauty influencer play around with these tools to achieve diverse makeup looks. To make your decision process easier, here are seven types of foundation brushes or tools to choose from.
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As seen above, with so many options at your disposal, picking the right brush or tool can be a task. But an important one at that, because in order to get flawless-looking makeup, it’s necessary to get your base right. And, to make sure your base is right, you need to pick the right foundation brush.

1. Sponges and cushions​

If your makeup base goal is a natural-looking, skin-like texture then a damp beauty sponge is your best bet. Use them in a fast, but gentle tapping motion, applying pressure uniformly and firmly. This technique helps blend the foundation into your skin for a natural finish.

2. Kabuki brushes​

Kabuki brushes are distinctive in their look - meaning they have a short (adorable!) handle with dense bristles. They are best used for the application of powder foundation for a seamless finish.

3. Oval brushes​

An Insta-famous makeup tool, oval brushes are definitely chic and stylish to look at. The long handle is supposed to help with better grip, giving you more control in how the brush moves. Also, they come with smooth and compact bristles in order to give your foundation an airbrushed finish. Best used for creamy foundations, they result in medium coverage and give you a satisfying and relaxing makeup experience.

4. Tapered brushes​

Tapered brushes are usually flat and low in density when compared to other brushes on this list. Their look is distinctive because of the pointed, dense, precise and multi-angle design. Tapered brushes come in handy when you are applying a base focused on filling in fine lines, pores, and blurring other imperfections. They can fit the contours of your face perfectly, especially around the nose and dip of the chin.

5. Stippling brush​

As the name suggests, stippling brushes are used to ‘stipple’ makeup products into your skin. They have a blunt, flat edge, with fibers of two distinctive lengths. The top layer helps pick up the product, and the denser, shorter layer helps push this product into your skin. Liquid and cream foundations that need seamless blending are a good match for this type of brush

6. Buffing brushes​

The easiest brush to use of the lot, buffing brushes are perfect for women who are always in a hurry and maybe have just a couple of minutes to put on a base before stepping out of the house! Buffing brushes are used to apply powder foundations, they are equipped with really dense bristles to catch a lot of product and quickly cover up your whole face. They are also sometimes used in combination with other brushes, to buff out any harsh foundation lines left behind.

7. Angled brushes​

Angled foundation brushes are multipurpose brushes that can be used for both powder and liquid foundations. They are made with tightly packed soft fibers and are excellent at providing coverage to hard-to-reach

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How to Choose The Best Foundation Brush
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