Not really sure why so many different kinds of makeup brushes exist? Think cleaning your makeup brushes isn't really necessary? Wondering how to clean them? We've got all the answers for you! Here is everything you need to know about makeup brushes:
The Ultimate Guide To Makeup Brushes
"How do you apply your makeup? With a beauty blender, brushes or with your fingers? I’m always lusting after beautiful makeup brushes but it’s sometimes hard to tell what’s going to work well and not leave tiny little synthetic hairs all over your face. Luckily we’ve done the hard work for you and made this ultimate guide to makeup brushes!"
4 Reasons To Clean Your Makeup Brushes And How To Do It
by Sania Claus Demina
"Taking care of the skin on your face is not only about washing it or keeping it hydrated. It's easy to forget about the things we're letting it touch every day: phones (use a headset), pillows (be sure to change them up at least once a week) and makeup brushes!"
Synthetic Vs. Natural Hair Makeup Brushes
by Into The Gloss
"Assuming you know the shapes and sizes of various brushes now (and what to use them for), let's wade into deeper cuts—bristle type. A very helpful tip from Tom Pecheux we heard a few years back, as he applied cream shadow to a model backstage at Derek Lam:"
NEVER Store Your Makeup Brushes Like This
by Viktoria Hoff
"Do you do your makeup in the bathroom—and store it there? Then it’s important to pay special attention to how you’re housing your brushes, dermatologist Kavita Mariwalla tells PopSugar. By simply keeping them out in the open air, you’re exposing them to really gross bacteria—which you’re then brushing onto your face."
10 Beauty Brushes You Absolutely Need
by Susan Hang
"The best thing about makeup is that you’re never restricted to using a product as it was intended – everything is very moldable. And this very well applies to beauty brushes. It’s been a few years now since I’ve hoarded, scrapped, and replaced several brushes, but no matter what comes next, I reach for the same tools over and over. Here’s what they are:"