So I realized that I never finished all of my decluttering series. Here I am, completing my tools to be decluttered.
Hmm. It all seems unnecessary when you look at all of it together.
Dirty brushes mean well loved!
Morphe M439: I love to use it buffing in liquid foundation.
BH Cosmetics 113: my all in one extra powder brush, it is slightly domed at the top so it is good for buffing and blending loose or compact powders.
E.L.F.: Don’t know the exact name of the brush but it is awesome! Love how soft it is. I use it for bronzer or other face powders.
E.L.F. Powder Brush: I like using this for my compact powders to grab the powders evenly.
Sigma Flat Kabuki F80: Originally this was my liquid foundation brush, but it can be used for either liquid or powder foundation.
Morphe E26: This is used best with my compact creme foundations. I can use it to put different contour colors in the perfect place. It’s a good brush to have for cream contours.
E.L.F.: Don’t know the name of this one either but it can be used to easily place contour powders.
E.L.F. Blending Brush: I like using this to blend out powder contours.
Morphe M601: This is generally used for highlights and brushing away eyeshadow fallout.
Real Techniques Blush Brush: I use this to set my foundation with setting powder. It keeps the powder light and not caked on.
Real Techniques Setting Brush: I originally tried using this to set my undereye area but now use it for highlighter.
Luxie 522 Tapered Highlighter: Great for highlighting.
It Cosmetics Heavenly Luxe Angled Radiance No 10: Perfect blush brush.
BH Cosmetics 117: I use this for my shimmery blushes.
Yes, I even have these artist-like makeup brushes. These were bought from TJ Maxx. The foundation brushes work well and spread product evenly. I use them for liquid and powder products. My only complaint is that these brushes are too cheap and two of the brush handles have broken on me!
Not going through all of these. Admittingly, I love all of my blending brushes and the cheapest brush all the way on the left is my favorite brush to place my base eyeshadow. The Younique brushes work so well and are perfect for traveling with.
These are the brushes I am parting with. I have no use for them, or they are fraying. Thanks for reading! Or just for looking at the pictures ;)…
- Aurora D.