Foundation brushes, for the best even application and blending of make-up
Foundation brushes help you with the basis of every beautiful look. It is therefore important that foundation is applied evenly and not smudged. You can apply the foundation in different ways. You can apply foundation with a blending sponge or with fingertips.
However, the most popular way is to apply foundation with a foundation brush. For this it is important to have the right foundation brush in your collection. Foundation brushes are made to apply foundation evenly, but a foundation brush is also very suitable for blending foundation make-up.
Which foundation brushes are there?
Make-up Studio offers a large collection of foundation brushes. All these foundation brushes are suitable for applying foundation, but they all have a slightly different property. The most standard foundation brush has long hairs that are cut round. These foundation brushes are multi-functional. The synthetic fibers absorb the product well and provide a flawless finish!
The brushes are great for applying your foundation, but also for blending contours and applying highlights with liquid products. The polish foundation brush, as the name says it all, is ideal for applying the foundation tightly, evenly and naturally as if it were polished. This foundation brush often consists of 2 different types of nylon hairs that are circular.
A powder foundation is applied with a powder brush.
Maintaining and cleaning your foundation brushes
A foundation brush needs maintenance to ensure quality for as long as possible. The foundation brush should be cleaned regularly with appropriate brushes of cleansing shampoo and lukewarm water. If you want a quick cleaning, it is best to use a brush cleaner. You drip or dab this on a tissue. Then move the brush over the tissue with a circular motion until it no longer releases. After cleaning with water, we recommend that the foundation brushes dry preferably upside down (with the hairs down) or else lying flat. This prevents the moisture from damaging the glue layers of the hair.