Make Up Tools
If you want to achieve perfect, professional make-up, choosing good quality products is really important because they have a big impact on the type of finish you are going to create. First, we’ll show you what kind of brush is best for each brand, with two key differences; natural material and synthetic material being noted.
2. Brushes with natural hair or synthetic
The brushes ‘ value will decide more or less how well you can apply makeup. Make sure that the handles are strong and the bristles are firmly fastened when selecting your brushes. There are two styles of brushes: silicone skin, which is ideal for plastic or natural textures such as cosmetics, concealers and lip colour.
Natural hair–made of various animal hairs (sable, camel and pony) and often used in brushes to create shadows and powdered texture.
The brushes should be cleaned and rinsed thoroughly in soft soapy water. Often, allowing them to dry completely is very necessary. Specific brush cleaners are available.
Beveled brush: on one hand shorter than on the other. To spread the base throughout the face and achieve clarity.
Lip brush: the hair is thin, compact and flattened so that the lips can be outlined or filled.
Brush corrector or concealer: plastic, smooth or rigid bristle. The rim can be slightly rounded or flat. Use the base or concealer to add.
Bracelet base: rubber, round and plain for foundation use.
Round eye shadow brush: to add shadows and match color to the eyelids. Ideally, three sizes are available.
Eyelash brush: Used on both eyelashes and eyebrows to detach lashes and remove excess material.
Eyeliner brush: Fine, thin, pointed and used in a single stroke for the application of liquid or cream eyeliner.
Fan brush: Used to clear shadow dust from excess hair. It is shaped like a fan and has thick, soft bristles.
Sponge applicator: It has a thin, rounded sponge of latex. You can use eyeliner to smudge and apply a more dark hue to your eyes.
Eyebrow brush: Thin, hard bristles, perfect for eyebrows to smudge smoother.
Skunk brush: a multifunctional brush. Use to add both dust and liquid base. This consists of organic (black) as well as artificial (white) fibers.
Eyelash curler: lashes lengthening and raising. Use forms of silicone to stop the fracturing of lashes.
Sponges of latex: round, oval, triangular, shaped rhomboid. For spreading
Make-up bases Fluid foundation: • For regular or dry skin, this form of texture is recommended. This nourishes the skin as well as supplying colour.
• This texture is advised to prevent the material from building up on wrinkles around the ears.
• With your fingers, you can add liquid or pat softly with a silicone sponge or a plastic comb.
• This layer is more reflective and denser. It is more suitable to use with visible imperfections for evening or party make-up or hair. It’s very good for dry skin.
• A slightly dampened latex sponge can be added to the cream base.
• In this pattern you will also find blushers and eye shadows.
Compact powder: • Often used for oily skin, this is ideal in combination skin for shading in the’ T’ area.
• Can be used as a base, blusher or shading.
• Dark skin colors are also available that are dark in the eyes, in the temples or as an eyelid foundation.
• Use a spherical brush or dust powder.
Corrector or concealer: This is in the form of cream or oil. For most corrections, an ivory color is used; yellow is most often used to cover brown spots with redness and purple.
Blusher: It comes in a matte or matt finish in cream, lightweight powder, liquid or mousse.
Bronzer: In a dark shade, this is a brushed powder. This adds value and brightens the skin’s tone and unifies facial, neck and chest colors. It’s being spread with a big brush.
Creams: cover up the skin and hydrate and secure the hair as well.
Lip products: There are a number of lip material types and shades on the market, including matt and gloss. We contain different levels of humidity.
Mascara: Mascara’s most commonly used shade is black, but there are many variations available, as well as variants with various effects such as volatization, extension, and false eyelash.
This help you to highly accurately outline your face. In a tube with its own fine brush, in pencil form or in gel pen shape, you can find eyeliner in liquid shape.
Eye shadows usually come in a pressed powder shape, but you will also find a form of cream. Your texture selection will depend on the impact you want to make. Finishes are either light or matt. There is more color in the shadows of matte.
Nose pencils and lip liners: the finer the pencil as a general rule, the stronger the look you can achieve. In order to avoid conjunctivitis and cold sores, it is necessary to sharpen these pencils between each makeup session.
False eye lashes are available in many shapes and types-individual, full lashes and many variations that create different looks.