Make-up | My Personal Make-up Brush Collection
Where to begin?
My brows. Regardless of what product I am using I will always pick up my trusty Syntho Brow Duo to help brush and tidy my hairs into place. Having a spoolie on one end is just so handy as I always like to brush the powder / gel / pencil through to make my hairs look as natural as possible.
Next I will apply my base, whether that be a tinted moisturiser or foundation, using the Deluxe Flat Bronzer . I just love this brush so much, I know it says it is for bronzer, but I just find it buffs foundation into the skin so seamlessly, giving you an airbrushed complexion.
Then I will cover any blemishes and my awful eye bags using my favourite concealer brush, the Pointed Blender.
So that my base stays put all day long I will usually set it in place with a powder using my Deluxe Soft Fan. This is super soft and and picks up just enough product without making a mess.
Bronzing is my next call to action, I am loving Benefit Hoola Bronzer right now, but still play with my Charlotte Tilbury Bronze and Glow too (review here). I literally cannot go without the Pro Precision Pointed Powder as it is the perfect shape to create sharp cheek bones, but soft enough to buff and blend colour into my skin. Seriously, this is a brush you need in your life.
One that isn’t from Crownbrush, but a brush I really do adore, is the Inika Cosmetics Blush Brush. It is silky soft, like, super silky soft and is vegan friendly. I use this for blusher and adding depth to my cheekbones.
The Chubby Shadow was probably the first eyeshadow brush I ever tried from Crown, and it is still one of my most recommended. It is great for applying shadow but doubles up as a blending brush too.
Oh another great one, from the Duo Fibre range, is the Tapered Blush brush, but I use this more so for foundation. What else have we got here, one from M.A.C Cosmetics, a brush I picked up when I worked for them back in the day, is the 209 Precise Liner. This helps me work with gel eye liners, so not a brush I use often as I rarely wear eye liners these days, but I keep it close, because you know, just in case….
The newest addition to my brush collection, and the final brush in this post, is the Pro Studio Contour Brush. The name of this brush is self explanatory, but I enjoy using it for highlighter.
Congratulations, you made it to the end of this post. Sorry for the absolute essay, but I do have a lottttttt of brushes. If you have any questions when it comes to choosing make-up brushes for yourself, let me know in the comments below and I am more than happy to advise you guys.