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Make Up Brushes 101: Eyeshadow Blending Brushes

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March 28th, 2011, 05:12 AM
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There are two kinds of blending brush out there ladies, so I am doing both in one post

These brushes will look remarkably like an eyeshadow brush, however, this brush should have much longer fibers and will be loosely packed in comparison. These brushes are ideal for blending out harsh lines on your lid proper if you are working with more than one colour on your lid.

These brushes are essential if you like to be a little creative with your make up and will work best for you if made of natural fibers such as pony, goat and sable hair.

The Fluff brush as it is known among beauty freaks, is the best brush you can get to blend your overall eye. If you work with colours in the crease then this brush is a must have to blend in the overall shadows and create that beautifully blended look. This brush as very long fibers and is tightly packed at the handle end to get it to fluff out the way it does.

The fluff brush is also great for dusting a brightening white shadow in the corner of your eye or for applying powder concealers with ease. The Fluff Brush like the above brush will work best if made from natural fibers.
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