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It’s all supremely important stuff that I know you’ll spend the rest of the afternoon digging through. For reals. I never new how many blush brushes a gal really needs in her life, did you?
So get on over there for the full gamut of tips. I guarantee you’ll be inspired to try out smoky eyes, actually blow dry your hair (ahem. me.) or at least give yourself a fresh pedi with this homemade lemon salt scrub (that or get yourself to the nail salon. ahem. me again.).
Source: The Beauty Department
Welcome back to make-up school! Today is the second session of our brush class and we’re focusing on the best tools for blushing and bronzing.
Cheekbones (powder blush): Look for natural hair bristles and an angled tip to perfectly sculpt and shape cheekbones. To find where yours are, look in the mirror and suck in your cheeks, then work the brush directly on them using short strokes as you make your way across towards your ears.