Tapered Foundation Brush
This particular makeup brush is used for the precise application of blush, highlight, or foundation. These particular brushes are often flat with gentle tape and less full in form. These are ideal to use for liquid foundation as well as other liquid products.
The powder brush is used to gently dust loose powder products across the face. These brushes are generally full-fibered and thick brushes, either natural or synthetic with a versatility to do several beauty jobs. It is an omnipresent brush that is a must-have in any PinkPanda cosmetics arsenal.
The kabuki brush is use for applying body shimmer or loose powder. Kabuki brushes are among the most impressive looking makeup brushes you can find. These are usually of bigger variety with compactly packed fibers. These are best used with loose powders on face and body.
Stippling brushes are used to create an airbrushed and flawless look. Stippled brushes have striking appearance as their fibers have two unique lengths. The brush has a full-fibered bulk with long fibers that are interspersed and tightly packed. These work well for layering different makeup levels.
The contour brush is used for achieving defined and angular facial structure and cheekbones. Since contouring can be a quite complicated skill in makeup application, you need a brush that is specifically meant for this. These angled brushes are better than flat brushes as they let you follow your face’s natural curves.
Beauty blenders are used to apply dry and wet foundation, concealer, highlighter, and blush. There is a good reason why the beauty blender and other types of similar makeup sponges are a favorite. They are great for applying different products, such as primer, topical creams, or sunscreen. But, the most common use of this is for foundation application and for blending blush, highlighter, and bronzer.