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    hey, my prom is coming up and i have just got the number 7 airbrush foundation, but i need to buy a brush to apply it with. i was wondering if anyone knew what brands are best?????

    many thanks

    saffie xx
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    Homebase value paintbrushes work quite well
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    https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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    Foundation can be successfully applied with fingers/hands so long as you use a light translucent powder to set it.

    Primark brushes have become absolutely excellent in recent years. Great texture and no bits falling out.

    Quote me for any more questions. I'm a make up artist
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    I'd recommend the Real Techniques sponge tbh it's about £5 on amazon and gives a really lovely finish, blends the foundation really well.

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    You could try the real techniques range. Their different foundation brushes are great and range from £9+ while their sponge (I'd recommend that) costs around £5-6 at superdrug
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    Real technique brushes and mac brushes are good
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    Try the Real Techniques Expert Face Brush. I use that one and it allows for great coverage at a pretty reasonable price! x
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    I would say any kind of fluffy, not too fluffy face brush, and if you apply it in soft downwards and circular motions it makes it look airbrushed with no streaks , i find this works for me

    I use the real techniques brushes, found them abit pricy at first but they are excellent, ive heard good things about primark brushes also, and the packs you can get from ebay
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    Real Techniques expert face brush is good or the real techniques beauty blender is also just as good as any brush, theyre worth the investment!
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    The Real Techniques Stippling brush is fab! Gives great coverage and a little goes a long way!
 
 
 
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