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The Makeup Revolution Precision Oval Brushes are the bomb diggity. They are perfect for creating an airbrushed look, and the rose gold is gorgeous!
Not only are the products that you use for highlighting & contouring important, so are the brushes. Here are my current go-to brushes for chiseling my face.
The Sephora Pro Full Coverage Airbrush #53 picks up just the right amount of product and allows me to precisely apply it for the perfect cheekbone contour.
The Japonesque Solid Brush Cleanser Gentle Goat-Milk Cleansing Balm is formulated with goat milk to condition brush bristles, while emollients such as Olive & Coconut Oils dissolve makeup and impurities to deep cleanse.
You probably won't believe me, but until now I had never tried the BeautyBlender. The REAL BeautyBlender. I've tried a few replicas here and there, but I couldn't bring myself to purchase the real thing as it's expensive... that was before I started Highlighting & Contouring on a daily basis.
I finally picked up the Real Techniques Stippling Brush brush to see if it lived up to all the hype. It does. I'm totally diggin' it.
The Sephora Collection Pro Makeup Brushes are thee truth. Very well made. No shedding or falling apart. I may have to get the entire collection!
Since the price dropped drastically, I decided to take the plunge and try out the new MAC palettes. See how they compare to the old, discontinued palettes.
I am horrible when it comes to cleaning my makeup brushes. I tend to be lazy and instead of washing them on the regular I keep grabbing new ones until my entire stash is dirty and I'm forced to wash them. Of course then it's a long and drawn out task which is not fun at all. But not anymore since I've found Dr. Bronner's Peppermint Castile Soap... OMG where have I been?! This stuff is amazing!