Japonesque – Mineral Blush Brush
Why You’ll Love This Brush…
- I love experimenting with the vast array of professional makeup brushes that are available and when I find one that is excellent quality and is reasonably priced, I want to share it with everybody! This is called a ‘Mineral’ Blush Brush, but in my expert makeup artist opinion, I’ve found it to work brilliantly with all powder formulations!
- This brush is extremely versatile, it gives fabulous results from the vast array of blushers, bronzers and contouring powders, putting your chosen product right where you need it, for cheekbone definition to die for!
- It’s amazing at picking up just the right amount of powder, the precision shape contours the cheeks perfectly, for a more sculpted and lifted cheekbone, creating a flawless, natural looking blush.
- The lightweight, expertly crafted shape also helps achieve beautiful highlighting, contouring and blending, with minimal effort and it doesn’t shed any bristles in use.
- For over 25 years Japonesque has been creating possibly the very best brushes and tools in the beauty industry. Coveted by the world’s most discerning makeup artists for easy, flawless makeup application used on top models and celebrities alike.
My Tutorial For You…
My Top Beauty Tips…
To Create Stunning Looking Blush:
- Using your chosen blush product, dip the brush in and gently tap away any excess;
- Apply sparingly, it is always better to start with less and then add further layers of blush colour to achieve your desired look;
- Sweep brush over the apples of your cheeks (smile slightly to find this rounded area, it stands out on your cheeks). Lightly blend upwards and outwards in a circular motion.
To Create Amazing Cheekbones:
- Dab the brush in your favourite contouring shade (flat bronzers without any shimmer or shine work really well for contouring cheekbones);
- Now, suck in your cheeks, place the brush in the hollow created and use the brush to sweep under your cheekbones, up towards your hairline in the hollow;
- Try to leave an inch/inch and a half between your mouth and where you place your contouring shade. This will help it always look 100% natural.
- Clean brushes regularly with a spot of makeup remover on a strong tissue or a dry facecloth, swirling round and round, avoiding the root of the brush;
- Rinse off the brush at the tip to give it an extra clean, but try not to get the base wet, as this may loosen the glue holding all the bristles together.
I hope this helps you to get the best from this product and I look forward to sharing more of my beauty and style expertise with you very soon.
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