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Make Up Brushes 101: The Blush Brush


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March 25th, 2011, 08:45 AM
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A typical blush brush should be ideally made from natural fibers (pony/goat or sabel) and should have a rounded edge like this one with a graduated feel to it.

The graduated end is to help apply your blush naturally accross your cheek to your hair line and help blend it too.

These brushes tend to be large and often can mean you apply blush to too larger area so try and keep it at a medium size. I have one of these, but I almost never use it.

I love this video for blush application: YouTube - Blush Tips: Getting Your Most Perfect Application

If you don't have the angled brush we talked about in the previous Make Up Brushes 101 post then still watch and adapt the technique to a usual blusher brush
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