Thursday, June 7, 2012

Beauty Cosmetics Makeup Brushes Review & Guide


The 12 brush Beauty Cosmetics brush set comes with a brush roll similar to the ones you get from Sigma but it comes in a glossy pink and is thinner too.


This is a decent alternative for those searching for Real Techniques dupes since Real Techniques brushes are a little expensive and can be hard to find. I suggest that you buy this one first and purchase additional brushes later.

Large Powder Brush by BC:
This reminds me of my large powder brush by Sigma but less dense and more springy. I use it to apply powder foundation (not liquid foundation).

Flat Top Buffing Brush by BC:
This reminds me of my flat top kabuki brush by Sigma and my Powder Brush by elf. I use it for powder foundation.

Angled Blush Brush by BC:
I am not a fan of contouring so I use this for blush but you can use it for bronzer too.

Foundation Brush:
I have large pores that make it difficult to blend liquid foundation, so I have not used this since I bought it. But I might use it later for under eye circles and concealer.

Flat Eye Shadow Brush:
This is good for applying or patting eye-shadow onto your lids. You can also use this for concealer.

Large Eye Shadow Brush:
This is good for patting eye-shadow to your lids and crease. You can also use this to apply concealer.

Angled Eye Shadow Brush:
This is good for blending eye-shadow and applying it to your crease.

Crease Brush:
This brush is alot like my Sigma Crease Brush, it is good for applying eyeshadow to your crease and eyelids.

Concealer Brush:
This brush is made for concealer but it can be used for patting eye-shadow onto your lids, applying highlights to your inner corner, brow bone, and as a lip brush for your lipstick.

Pencil Brush:
This is a dupe for Sigma's Pencil Brush. It can be used for applying highlights to your inner corner or brow bone and for smudging eyeshadow along your upper and lower lash line.

Angled Eyeliner Brush:
Most people like using this to line their eyes but I like using it for my brows.

Detailer Brush:
This is good for smudging eyeshadow along your upper and lower lashline and for highlighting your inner corners. This is a great brush if you have small eyes.


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