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The Ultimate Guide to Choosing the Right Foundation Brush

Updated: Apr 2

Navigate the world of foundation brushes with our in-depth guide. Discover the different types, from stipple to Kabuki brushes, and learn which is best for your skin type and desired coverage. Our guide, featured in 'Make up Your Face', offers expert advice on selecting and using the perfect foundation brush for a flawless makeup application. Whether you're a beginner or a makeup pro, find the right tools to enhance your beauty routine.






When it comes to applying foundation, the choice of brush can significantly impact the final look. With various shapes and sizes available, each type of foundation brush serves a unique purpose and suits different skin types and coverage needs. Understanding these differences is key to achieving a flawless makeup application.

Stipple Brush: This brush offers a natural, airbrushed look. It's ideal for sheer coverage and can build up to cover imperfections. Best suited for cream and liquid foundations, it's a favorite for those seeking a more natural finish this is one of my personal favourites to use.


Buffer Brush: With densely packed hairs, a buffer brush provides light coverage that can be built up. It’s not recommended for dry skin types due to its exfoliating effect. This brush works well with cream, liquid, and powder foundations.


Flat Brush: Though not a personal favorite due to its tendency to leave streaks, the flat brush is effective for heavy coverage. It works best with cream and liquid foundations and is more suited for concealing rather than overall foundation application.


Pointed Brush: Designed for precise application, the pointed brush is ideal for concealing and applying foundation in hard-to-reach areas. It pairs well with creams and liquids.


Kabuki Brush: Known for its dense bristles and short handle, the Kabuki brush is efficient for quick, full-coverage application and works well with a range of foundation types, including cream, liquid, and powder.


Sponges: Offering a flawless, streak-free application, sponges are especially good for dry skin, as they work best when dampened. They’re great for blending liquid foundations, concealers, and contours, as well as for applying and removing excess powder.


Odd/New Shape Brushes: Oval brushes are relatively new and have received mixed reviews. They are quick and easy to use, acting similarly to a mini Kabuki brush. Triangle-sided brushes excel in reaching tight spaces around the eyes.


With so many tools available, selecting the right one for your foundation application can be daunting. For a deeper dive into the world of makeup brushes, including how to use them effectively for different makeup looks, the book "Make up Your Face" offers an entire chapter dedicated to this topic. This comprehensive guide is invaluable for anyone looking to enhance their makeup skills, providing expert advice on selecting and utilizing various makeup tools for the best results.

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