Duo Fibre brushes have been designed to create a buildable colour and add texture for a lightweight application and blending of face powder or pigments creating flawless, airbrushed make-up looks with cream, liquid or powder products. All Duo Fibre brushes are made from a soft blend of goat and synthetic fibres. I call these type of brushes in my brush kit ‘A Magic Wand’ because there are just so many ways to use them!
Yet, too many people don’t know how to use them or they create a streaky make-up application. And this is because they are not aware how to use them.
Duo Fibres are amazing for liquid foundation, powder, blush and bronzer application.So hopefully today’s blog post will help you know how to use your Crownbrush duo fibres correctly.
Face Powder- C406 £9.29
Perfect for loose or mineral powders giving more of a natural and less mask-like look when setting foundation, as the synthetic bristles picks up less powder than a denser brush does.
Liquid Foundation- C404 £7.69
The C404 Duo fibre is perfect for reaching the crevices of the face like the sides of your nose, ears, forehead, around the mouth and under the eyes. It basically applies liquid foundation in a precise application with less streaking when stippling. But being small also attributes to more time taken to apply a whole face. Otherwise, if you have time to spare, be prepared for a lovely airbrushed complexion.
Bronzer- C442 £10.49
Bronzer is used to bring colour back to a face washed out with foundation. You want to apply enough without looking too dark. So you have a natural bronzed look. The C442 is perfect for applying bronzer because the end of the bristles are very light so you have a lot more control with the brush over how much bronzer to apply.
Blush- C436 £7.49
The larger C404 brush can also be used to apply blush too, but this is my own preference I love to use the C436 to apply liquid/cream blusher stippled into the cheeks then softly blended out with the C404. The c404 size allows me to apply it exactly where I want it and not have blush applied on too large an area. Using Duo fibre brushes also allow you to create a buildable intensity to your blush. If you like to use Powder blush too I suggest using the C427 Tapered Duo Fibre Blush Brush
Another use … Highlighting!
Using the C404 I always highlight the top of my cheeks and middle of the nose, by swirling the C404 brush in the highlighting powder and it picks up just the tiniest amount of powder, giving that natural glow to the skin instantly. This works with cream and powder highlighters too.
Check out the full range of Crownbrush Duo Fire brushes on www.crownbrush.co.uk . Duo Fibre eye brushes blog post coming soon!
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