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For all your summer looks, we've got the beauty tools to make them happen. From brushes to bags to blenders, we've got all the beauty tools you'll need this season right here.
What Are The Best Beauty Tools?
Mirror; apply makeup on the go with a handy mirror.
Face massager; this handy tool helps depuff your face.
Makeup brushes; an essential for applying makeup.
Hair brush; keep your hair tangle-free.
Sponges; great for applying foundation.
Cosmetic bags; keep all your tools together.
What To Include In Your Makeup Bag?
Whether you are travelling on a summer holiday or just going out for the day, no makeup bag is complete without a few important beauty tools. Firstly, don’t be caught out without your much-needed makeup brushes and cosmetic sponges.
Didn’t have time to do your makeup at home? A compact mirror allows you to do your makeup on the go or touch up your look at any time. Small in size, these mirrors fit perfectly in your handbag or cosmetic bag. Some include a compact brush on one side to touch up your hair too!
Are your eyes feeling tired and a little puffy? A roller face massager is handy for depuffing those tired eyes. Small in size, put this massager in your makeup bag for whenever you need it.
What Are The Types of Makeup Brushes?
Foundation brush; straight flexible bristles to apply foundation.
Stippling brush; good for a light gentle application of foundation, blush, bronzer, powder and highlighter.
Concealer brush; a small brush used to cover imperfections.
Powder brush; a large and fluffy brush that is great for setting your base with powder.
Contour brush; a dense brush with angled bristles for precise contour application.
Highlight brush; a fan shaped brush with lots of bristles that is used to apply highlighter evenly to the cheekbones.
Eyeshadow crease brush; a small, dense brush used to apply eyeshadow to the crease of the eye.
Eyeshadow blending brush; a small, fluffy brush used to blend eyeshadow.
What Is Better To Apply Foundation, A Brush Or A Sponge?
Liquid foundation is a popular choice when it comes to getting a flawless base! However, knowing how to apply it can often be confusing; sponge or brush? There is no right or wrong answer but each method has its pros and cons.
Sponges come in lots of different shapes and densities. Sponges help your makeup go on sheer and light and the angles of the sponge are great for getting into creases and small areas. The only downfall of using a sponge is it absorbs a lot of the product.
Brushes are good for blending foundation seamlessly, giving an even, air-brushed finish. They often give you more control over coverage than sponges but can be more expensive.
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