Picture this – your new house in the leafiest of suburbs – more like a street on Desperate Housewives – and you just can’t wait to get into it! I mean the house is perfect and just a few touches here and a new wall color there and it’s good to go! Wait, yes you bought the paint, but eeerm…. we don’t got no brushes!

See like paint is to a house and paintbrushes are to paint, so are makeup brushes to makeup, and makeup is to your pretty face! You are beautiful just the way you are > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjhCEhWiKXk&ob=av3e < Without a paint brush, paint wouldn’t get to the wall well – perfectly – flawlessly.

Since we are like so cool :)  > fans self < lol – we are going to show you makeup brushes and how to use each. We wouldn’t want you looking like a work of graffiti now, would we?

The Powder Brush:

Some people prefer to wear full coverage makeup for maximum coverage while others just want a light application that will help to define and perfect the skin. Powder brushes have bristles that are more loosely packed together and therefore much fluffier. This then leads to you being able to apply a lighter application of loose or pressed powder. This brush works great when being used with setting powder to set liquid foundation.

Concealer Brush:

It is the perfect playmate for a hide and seek game! Now you’re here, now you’re not! She is a tougher-bristled, flat brush with a wider base and a narrower tip. Use to apply concealer to camouflage problem areas such as broken capillaries and areas of discoloration, spots, and dark circles under the eyes!

Foundation Brush:

Like your perfect house on Wisteria Lane, the foundation is the most important part of the building. A bad foundation is disastrous make up. Designed to achieve a smooth and flawless finish, the bristles are tightly packed with a tapered tip for fluid application. Dampen the brush first in warm water and firmly squeeze the excess into a towel or tissue, this will help achieve a more even distribution.

Blush Brush (how’s that for a tongue twister!):

We make you blush! http://blog.suziebeauty.com/2011/12/you-make-me-blush/ Made with fine, gentle fibers, the blush brush has a rounded head which is perfect for giving a pop of color to the apples of your cheeks. :)

Mini Shadow Brush:

Smooookey eyes!!!  This beauty is tiny, flat, short and brimming with bristles for excellent coverage. The soft yet firm bristles have a beveled edge for a smooth application without ‘dragging’ the eyelid. Use to pack color on to the eye lid before blending out with other brushes.  It works great for cream eye shadows too.

Small shadow brush:

Used for powder or cream eye shadow application to smaller areas of the eye. You’ll find the bristles very soft yet firm enough to perfectly place the shadow! (A great personality to adopt don’t you think?)

Medium shadow brush:

This lady is packed tightly with soft bristles, which allow for a wonderful distribution of powder shadows. She is used to apply all over color and blend shadows together, and gives you more control over the area you are working on.

Eye Contour Brush:

She is dome shaped and perfect for adding depth to the eyes, also allows for targeted color to the crease area.  This is a MUST HAVE tool for that perfect smoky eye

Angled Brush:

Soft, angled small brush head for perfectly sculpted eyebrows. The densely packed tough little bristles with a little bit of eye shadow powder to match your hair color gives your brows a much more natural look than any eyebrow pencil ever would.

Lash/ Brow Brush:

This is the one that looks like a mascara wand to brush those stubborn eyebrows or lash hairs before filling in with color or mascara, for that extra level of perfection.

Lip Brush:

This lovely brush allows you to control the depth of color, define your lips and a smoother application of lipstick. Start at the outer corner of the lip and work toward the middle in even strokes.

 

All the above brushes are available for sale NOW!!  Check out our catalogue for pricing and let us know what you need!

http://blog.suziebeauty.com/catalogue/

 

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