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Real Techniques Blush Brush. It has soft bristles and is super fluffy.
Anyone remember when W’n’ w did their version of a GoT collection? Well, I bought the highlighter brush and have been using that brush most of the time! It’s dense, yet it doesn’t pick up too much product. I especially love it for baked geleé highlighters and less blingy-bright seen-from-space highlighters.
I use my Real Techniques Angled blush brush and if the blush is super pigmented, I try and pick up a small amount to start off with.
I have long learned that the best brush for me to use is a very large fluffy face brush. I can get any shade of blush to work on my MAC NC15 skin. The Real Techniques Plush Blush Makeup Brush is my weapon (tool) of choice.
Same as Rachel! I love the RT blush brush — so soft and reliable for getting a watercolour effect with even the scariest of blushes – haha!
Sonia G’s Smooth Buffer…I have 2 MAC blushes (salsarose and full fuchsia) which i love but can quickly get out of hand so being able to buff is important 🙂