Perfect for the application of base products. Works particularly well with the Studio Fix and Studio Tech ranges and renowned for its pro-quality. Also available in a smaller size, which features a shortened handle for ease of travel and storage. The ultra-fine yet firm edge makes it the perfect tool for liquid formulas when that extra bit of control is needed. A must-have for theatrical looks.
Designed to fit the contours of the face with ease. MAC Concealer Brush. Particularly good on the under eye area to provide flawless coverage, this brush is precise and practical. The ultimate tool for facial multitasking, use this brush for liquid, cream or powder products.
Simply use in the hallows of your cheeks to blend powder and switch over to apply blush and highlighter. The soft fibres are formed into a tapered dome making it ideal for blush application. Also available with a convenient shortened handle making it perfect for travel. Apply in a swirling motion for a subtle wash of colour to the cheeks. Its dense natural fibres allow for fantastic product pick up and they feel luxurious on the skin.
The length of the brush is perfect to lightly dust powder onto the skin when you need a subtle wash of colour. A must-have for the application of bronzer. Its duo-fibre design with a blend of natural and synthetic fibres allows for the perfect application of all Mineralize products. Crafted to hug the planes of the face, the duo fibre bristles allow for the subtle application of liquid, cream and powder formulations.
I use it to blend concealer. One of my favourite brushes is the Sigma E45 small tapered brush. I find the precise but slightly scratchy. A must-have for theatrical looks. You can never have enough makeup brushes!! XO, http:
Perfect for any contouring fan. The soft and firmly bundled fibres are made with a buffed edge making the blending of powder products easy and seamless. This full, domed shape brush offers ultra-soft bristles and a short, large handle to create a polished and immaculate finish.
This makes it perfect for the precise application of blush, bronzer or highlight. Use as a spoolie to apply mascara, utilise the spiralled synthetic bristles to separate lashes or even use it to groom the brows. The precise tip allows for easy definition and the blend of synthetic and natural fibres pick up product with ease.
Can be used with any mascara formulation.
I thought I would put together a guide to MAC's eye brushes after my recent Honestly the only thing the is good for is applying a wash of. The size is ideal for applying eyeshadow from the lid to the crease to the And about the brush, is it good for applying MAC pigments as.
The fibres are cut at just the right length and density to ensure the smooth application of product to the eye area. The flexibility of the bristles also allow for the application of thicker lines making it a great option for any eyeliner fanatics. Can be used with all formulas for seamless multi-tasking.
Use it to apply powder or cream products to the eyelid and the thick bundled design will pick up colour brilliantly for ultra-pigmentation.
The tapered, soft bristles are just the right texture to ensure the seamless blending of powder or cream products. Use in the contour of the eye for a perfect smoky look in seconds. The tapered design allows for perfect control within the eye area. The natural fibres create excellent pigmentation of product and the small size makes it great for precision work. Great to use with eyeshadow or even concealer, the rounded edge and small shape offers the freedom for precision and detailing.
Great with cream or powder products, use along the upper lash line for the even application of eyeliner. The soft full bristles ensure that powders are picked up and blended for an expert finish. MAC Blending brush — If you can only have one blending brush, make it this one! I have 3 of them — one for blending powder eye shadows, one for applying cream eye shadows, and one as a stand-by! This brush picks up less pigments, and it is great for applying a sheer wash of color.
I mainly use it for applying shading color to the eye socket area all the way to the upper nose bridge for contouring. The 3rd blending brush you need is the MAC Great for blending the colors in the crease area. MAC Pencil brush: Pencil brush is for drawing lines then smudging it for a softer blended finish. This is a firm and dense brush so it picks up lots of pigments, and the pencil shaped tip allows precise application around the eye corners and along lash lines. Absolutely must have if you like to smudge a soft wash of color along the lower lash line.
MAC Large Fluff brush: Last but not least for blending, the MAC is magical!
All you need is to dab a beige color and blend it under the brows for a cleaner eye makeup look. MAC Eye Shader brush: Perfectly designed for laying down the shadows on the lid and prevents fall out to build a more intense finish.
MAC Shade brush: Designed for laying cream based color. It can also be doubled as a concealer brush over smaller areas. MAC also have the bigger sister version which is more ideal for applying concealers than eye shadows.
Simply because I think there are much better options from other brands for face brushes, so I have only picked a few that I absolutely love. If I could only have one MAC face brush, it would be the ! I have had this one for more than 10 years and it is being used on a very frequent basis, and the condition is still excellent! MAC Powder and Blush brush: A good and basic design for a dome shaped blush brush.
It has the right size and shape for multiple ways of application for the cheeks, as you can use it in a swiping motion, or pat it and swirl it for a wash of color effect.
The full rounded shape gives an even and smooth finish. Not the softest brush, but it means it will pick up the pigments from even the most sheer blushes. Stippling brushes are great for buffing face colors into the skin in a natural effect, and it works well with both powder and cream products.
I love the size of and the flat-top design, as it is perfect for blending concealers for under the eyes areas, or applying highlighters over the T-zone, and applying cream blushes over the cheeks!