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Calling all makeup lovers: 5 must-have brushes for beginners

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Calling all makeup lovers: 5 must-have brushes for beginners

The fixer, the eye topper, the blender, the fan and the compact – discover our top 5 must haves if you love makeup!

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I’ll be the first to admit that applying makeup isn’t my specialty. I’ve never fully mastered the art of deciding which brushes to use to achieve a specific look, and that’s okay. Although you don’t have to use several brushes, there are a few important brushes that you must use to achieve a beat face!

Thanks to beautypress.com, half of the work is done for us. Based on their recommendations, I’ve rounded up the best makeup brushes for beginners at various price points.

the fixer

Two.Bb.Clean By Beautyblender, $45


It’s not a brush it’s a life savior and an absolute must-have as of recent years! Our personal favorite way to apply foundation and concealer is with a sponge or a beauty blender, slightly damp with a fixing spray to spread the product smoothly and naturally on the face. Instant airbrushed effect!

the eye topper

Clinique Eyeshadow Brush


This one is essential to pick and simply apply the eyelid – it is a must-have eyeshadow brush that every beginner makeup enthusiast needs to have in their collection.

the blender


The blending brush is really important because it complements the eyeshadow brush by finishing off the eye look and blending the color so that no hard edges are visible. It’s all about the smooth look!

the fan

Velvet Luxe Empress Fan Brush


The fan brush is actually quite versatile – you can use it with the purpose to apply highlight, contour or bronzer. That’s why it makes our list of top 5 must-have brushes beginner MUA’s gotta get!

the compact

Real Techniques Powder Brush


This is a more or less selective we argue that the powder brush is quite important! It finishes off the face makeup by applying compact or translucent powder, or could even double up as a blush brush to apply a bit of rouge on the cheeks.

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