How do they do it? Do what? Oh, achieve flawless make up application. It's not in the products it's how it's applied. Not by who but by what. Perfect makeup application is all because of the variety of brushes to reach every crevice and area of skin for application. There are a lot of makeup brushes that you do not have, but need. First off, the Kabuki brush ($20) such as the one by Zuzu Luxe. The soft, wide brush lightly spreads powder across the face for a airbrushed look. As well, the Buki Brush by Juice Beauty ($18) uses the same concept of the kabuki, but specifically for blush. It is perfect for a light dusting to add blush to the apples of your cheek. If you are focusing on cheeks, the fan brush by Glominerals ($16) will fan out the blush to give full, yet not to intense coverage. After all it is not the 1980s anymore and it is not cool if your blush looks as if it was applied with a magic marker. A angled brush for blush is angled to brighten and define facial features. The B-Leve, b-cheeky Angled Blusher Brush ($9) brings out those stellar cheekbones for all to admire.
If you haven’t noticed, every starlet in Hollywood has these wonderfully defined eye makeup where it blends effortlessly. It is because there is more than one brush needed to apply eye makeup. That is because the Japonesque Pro Eye Detailer ($16) adds that essential detail. Perfect for the crease to add that contour color. Brows can get unruly. Tame them with Anastasia’s mini duo brush ($18). One end helps to tame unruly hairs and the other angled end is perfect for filling in arches.
It maybe too overwhelming to go out and buy it all. It Cosmetics has it covered. Their Limited Edition Heavenly Luxe Vanity Brush Set ($50) has everything you need. There is a multi-powder brush, flat foundation and concealer brush, and a variety of brushes for eye makeup.