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Just thought you should know in the title it says “What do you use to apply your Brush” Not blush haha.

For me just any blush brush not sure in specific, I haven’t really been wearing blush recently.

Powder- Dual Fiber brush from Walmart similar to the Mac 187/188
Cream- Clean fingers first then Kabuki to even out & blend!

Currently using the Estee Lauder blush brush but I am considering (ok, it is decided, I just need to get around to purchasing) changing to a MAC one.

Just a heads up, since Lauder owns MAC, MAC and Lauder brushes are most likely manufactured by the same company- unless you’re looking for a different shape, I wouldn’t spend $ on a new brush as they’re likely to be very similar quality wise.

i apply it witha sonia kashuk blush brush..and cream liquid with my hands or a kirkland stippling brush…love it because it doesnt really shed

Sephoras mineral powder brush Eco tools blush brush that I have trimmed to reshape permanently and a bare minerals angled blush

i only use urban decay’s afterglow blush… which i apply with urban decay’s blush brush. lol

For most blushes I use MAC 129. If they are very dark, pigmented or shimmery I prefer to use 187.

I very rarely wear cream blush, I find them hard to blend and even harder to apply evenly. I’ve tried applying with 168, 187 and 131 so far. Can’t say I love the result with any of them, but I think I prefer the 168.

Oooh I’m keeping an eye on post! I’m currently looking for a better blush brush because my Quo one is just terrible. It’s scratchy on my sensitive skin and it’s also harsh on my pan of blush.

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