There are so many different brushes intended for different things. Of course you don’t have to use the brushes for what they are intended. I don’t always use them for the intended purpose. I use them for what I think is best for me, and what brush applies the products they way I want.
There are so many different brushes. Some brushes have the same name but are different sizes and slightly different shapes. It can all get a bit confusing.
There are so many different makeup brushes, I will most likely miss a few, but I think I’ll get the majority.
I will be doing this in three parts, Face Base, Cheeks and Eyes & Lips. This is the Eyes & Lips post. I decided to throw eyes & lips together because there aren’t enough lip brushes for their own post. This post is going to cover the brushes that are typically used for applying eye shadow, and other eye products, and brushes typically used for applying lip products.
All of these brushes can be used wet or dry, with liquids and powders. All of these brushes are used with eye products to create awesome eyeshadow looks. They are intended for the same use so what I’m going to do in this post is describe what these brushes look like and list the main thing they are intended for.