Brush away the confusion! We take you through what brush is best.

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A good makeup brush can make or break your makeup application. 
We just released our own line of brushes - the Makeupnet Pro line so we'll take you through what brush is best! 
Foundation - to achieve the perfect base and full coverage, you'll want the M14 - it has synthetic bristles that are densely packed for maximum coverage. 
The shape is also helpful when using concealer, especially under the eye! 
Prefer to buff your foundation into the skin for a more natural finish? Try the M3 Buffer brush
Powder - We created the domed-head M1 brush for flawless powder application.
Our angled M2 brush fits the curves of your cheeks perfectly for both blush and contouring. The synthetic bristles work with cream products too!
The M4 Pointed Powder helps blend away any harsh lines or if you want to apply powder in concentrated areas - like just your t-zone. 

Contour - using the M13 Contour Brush makes sculpting your face a breeze! 
Highlighting - Use the fine M5 Fan Brush for a soft highlight application, perfect for building your glow up and avoiding a big streak of product on your cheekbones. 
This brush is also useful for sweeping away powder used when baking. 
Eyes - This is where brushes get really important! To help create and blend away eye looks to perfection, we've created every eye brush you need on your vanity. 

The M6 Concealer Brush is perfect for using concealer to hide dark circles and applying lid primer or whichever eyeshadow base you prefer!
Get your brows on with the M7 angled brow brush, perfect for powder, cream or gel brow products. Use the spoolie side to brush hairs in place and blend product into the brows. 
Get blending with the M9 Blending Fluff, the perfect shape for getting into your crease with shadow! Its sister, the M10 Pro Blender is slightly fluffier, so it's perfect for blending edges to create a seamless transition between shadows. 
Use the M11 Bullet Crease to pack shadow into your outer corner for dramatic flair and the M12 Small Shader to apply colour on your lid. For less complicated looks, use the M15 Large Shader on your lid and the blending brushes to blend away! The large shader is goat hair so it is perfect for packing on pigment or applying your under-eye setting powder. The M16 Blending Fluff also has goat hair bristles, so it will pick up more pigment than the synthetic blenders. Use this for more dramatic looks. Lastly, to blend your shadow in the lower lashes, use the M17 Pencil Crease. It's also useful for that inner-corner highlight that will make your eyes pop! 

Lips - the M6 Concealer is also the perfect shape for applying lip products - especially when they come in a palette or the lipstick tube is difficult for your lip shape.

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