After this post, we will finally be moving on to eye and brow brushes. I feel like I’ve been talking about face brushes for so long now but I’ve gotten great feedback on this mini series so let’s keep it going 😊
For a blush brush, look for something that can easily blend out. I got this Crown brush from Ipsy a while ago and have been using it since. It blends out well and picks up so much product in just one swipe.
Blush brushes don’t always have to be the fluffiest brushes, like face powder ones. But you do want a brush that will deposit a good amount of product on the apples of your cheeks without making you look like a clown (seriously with this whole clown fiasco going on in the United States, we don’t need to see anymore!)
Make sure the brush also has a good handle. You don’t want a short handle for a blush brush because you need to be able to have a good grip in order to apply blush well.
Bottom line is: find a somewhat fluffy brush that can blend colors out to make that blush pop on your face.
If you’re looking for some cheap blush brushes, go check these ones out:
- Sephora Collection Pro Airbrush Blush Brush #24 – $21 at Sephora
- Real Techniques Blush Brush – $8.99 at Ulta
- ELF Cosmetics Blush Brush – $3 at Ulta (online only)
- Morphe B3 Chisel Blush Brush – $5.99 at Morphe
Thanks for reading, my loves 🙂 til next time