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What do you think is the best foundation brush? I have two from elf but they don't blend out my foundation completely and I always have to go back and blend it in with my fingers­čśó

Asked by
berrycute26

I personally love using flat top kabuki brushes! They really buff and blend the foundation into your skin. I’m not sure if you’ve tried the ELF Flat Top Kabuki Brush which I think works pretty well although it’s my least favorite out of all my flat top kabukis.

My personal favs are

Coastal Scents Ionic Buffer $7 (one sale for $4 right now!)

http://www.coastalscents.com/catalog/product/view/id/3318/s/br-110/category/16/

Real Technique’s Expert Face Brush $9

http://www.ulta.com/ulta/browse/productDetail.jsp?productId=xlsImpprod4260015

Sedona Lace Flat Top Kabuki ($12)

http://www.sedonalace.com/Cosmetic-Brushes/141/Synthetic-Flat-Top-928.aspx

Hi! I have dry skin and am looking for a good foundation for a dewy look. I have tried Lancome Teint Miracle and it was good. It's not that I didn't like it. I just want to try something new! Any suggestions? Thank you!

Asked by
ssilviasilvia

Try foundations like Loreal True Match Lumi Foundation, Dior Skin Nude Hydrating Foundation, Lancome Renergie Lift (more lightweight and dewy than the Tient Miracle) & NARS Sheer Glow!

What are some good brand makeup brushes ?(: starting from ones that are cheap and ones that are a little more pricey.

Asked by
littlemermaaaidx3

Staring from least expensive to more expensive,

Coastal Scents, ELF Brushes, Eco tools, Real Techniques, Sedona Lace, Sigma Brushes, Mac Brushes & Sephora Brushes (either sephora brand or name brand)

I have brushes from all these companies & love them!

The only thing id say is I don’t like ALL coastal scents brushes some are not as good as others (top favs are Ionic Flat Top Buffer & Pro Blending Fluff) same with ELF brushes I only like the studio line $3 brushes :)