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Fingers, I just my fingers for all aspects of my eyes. I know they are clean because I do it after I washed my face…I probably wash my hands like 5 different times in the morning haha.

With th UDPP i use my fingers, but for creamier consistencies (Paint Pot, Aqua Cream) I prefer a MAC 217 type of brush.

to myself, i use fingers, to anyone else i will use a brush, i got a sheer cover concealer brush, and i use that.

I use UDPP and just my fingers. I always apply makeup right after washing my face/hands, so I don’t really have hygiene concerns here.

Always with my fingers. I am looking to try the new sigma percisions brushes that are like fingers so excited about that cant wait to try :0)

Normally I first use a synthetic brush, like the ones for cream eye shadows (most of the time Bobbi Brown’s), and then my fingers to blend.

I dot on UDPP with the applicator and then blend it out with my fingers and over that I apply a paint pot with a MAC brush (it’s one for creams, maybe a 242?). I have to double up on the primer/base ’cause my eyelids are so heavy and hooded.


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