Ever wondered how others achieve makeup that looks alluring and immaculate, although not done professionally? The secret, really, lies in the blending process. The more makeup you slap on, the longer it takes to blend for everything to fuse seamlessly together. Remember, no pain no gain.
But fret not; read on to find out what are the best blending brushes and brush sets to help you get your most coveted looks in no time
Before you jump the gun and assume the quality of these brushes based on their price, give it a try and you just might be proven wrong! These kabuki brushes are super soft and dense, and come in a set of 10. That means that there’s a brush for every part of your face that needs blending.
Best for face - suitable for foundation
Price from RM89.00
This core collection brush set by Real Techniques never gets old, especially with its bright orange handle—simply iconic! This brush set comes with 4 staple brushes (contour brush, pointed foundation brush, detailer brush, buffing brush) to complete a flawless base makeup. It also comes with a case for you to take your brushes on-the-go with you.
Best for liquid foundation
Price from RM110.40
The Real Techniques Blend & Blur brush is THE go-to brush for blending in liquid foundation. It works like magic with its curved handle to deliver easy maneuverability and precision. With densely-packed soft bristles, you’ll have the perfect airbrushed finish that you desire.
Super minimal, sleek, chic and travel-friendly, this is the eye brush set to have. With 4 essential eye brushes, you’ll be able to achieve more than just a smokey look. They’re also made for effortless application, so whatever look you are going for, you won’t have to sweat it.
The name of this brush may be slightly misleading as it’s not exactly ‘tapered’, so to speak. However, its rounded tip is terrific to blend in any eyeshadow that could’ve been accidentally overly laid. If you’re prone to making such mistakes, a good blending brush is definitely your answer to looking seamless and (eye)-catching.
Nothing beats a classic angled brush to chisel out that cheekbone and jawline of yours. A good ol’ fluffy contour brush is also great for beginners because even if you’ve accidentally gone a tad heavy-handed with your contour powder, you’ll still be able to save the rest of your makeup by buffing and blending it away!
With hooded eyes, it can be a little tricky when it comes to applying eye makeup as it tends to cover all the art and hard work you’ve invested. Therefore, finding brushes that are in the right shape and size is as important as the blending process.
A small tapered blending brush like this one by Sigma is excellent because it disperses product at the exact areas you intended it too. Too big of a brush could ruin everything and with darker colors, you may even look like you’ve been punched in the eye!
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