Best Foundation Brushes in 2020



ENERGY Foundation Brush for Liquid Makeup Concealer Brush DIY Facial Mask Brush Premium Soft Bristles Brush Contour Face Brush for Blending Liquid, Cream,Facial Mask, Eye Mask Cosmetic Makeup Tool Review:


I am really happy with this foundation brush. Its soft but durable enough to apply foundation. I also put my concealer on with this brush. I like the angle of this, it is great for getting close the eye area. It evenly distributes makeup. The bristles are durable and do not shed on my skin. I washed it after the the application and it dried nicely, keeping the shape. Happy with my purchase.



Foundation Makeup Brush Flat Top Kabuki for Face - Perfect For Blending Liquid, Cream or Flawless Powder Cosmetics - Buffing, Stippling, Concealer - Premium Quality Synthetic Dense Bristles! Review:


I work as a makeup artist for movies and let me tell you. Lamora has to be the best brand of makeup brushes I have ever used. That is right ladies, M.A.C has another thing coming! Not only are these brushes incredibly soft but they hold up like a champ. I will give you a small example of what I put my makeup brushes through. I have to powdered and apply makeup to 15 extras that are waiting on set. So I whip out my lamora large round powder brush and go to work. There is NO shedding, pulling, or scratchy bristles. I put these to the test, since I had so many people to powder the brushes needed to be cleaned and ASAP. The fibers hold up extremely well with loose powder, packed powder and everything inbetween.Person after person they got glammed up for their close up and was so happy to have this set with me. You can try the others like Sigma, M.A.C or even Makeup for ever brushes but you are only paying for the name. These are top notch and I recommend this for anyone who is wanting to pump up their kit and not have to spend a wild amount of money to do so.



Foundation Makeup Brush Flat Top Kabuki for Face - Perfect For Blending Liquid, Cream or Flawless Powder Cosmetics - Buffing, Stippling, Concealer - Premium Quality Synthetic Dense Bristles! Review:


I work as a makeup artist for movies and let me tell you. Lamora has to be the best brand of makeup brushes I have ever used. That is right ladies, M.A.C has another thing coming! Not only are these brushes incredibly soft but they hold up like a champ. I will give you a small example of what I put my makeup brushes through. I have to powdered and apply makeup to 15 extras that are waiting on set. So I whip out my lamora large round powder brush and go to work. There is NO shedding, pulling, or scratchy bristles. I put these to the test, since I had so many people to powder the brushes needed to be cleaned and ASAP. The fibers hold up extremely well with loose powder, packed powder and everything inbetween.Person after person they got glammed up for their close up and was so happy to have this set with me. You can try the others like Sigma, M.A.C or even Makeup for ever brushes but you are only paying for the name. These are top notch and I recommend this for anyone who is wanting to pump up their kit and not have to spend a wild amount of money to do so.



BESTOPE Makeup Brushes 16 PCs Makeup Brush Set Premium Synthetic Foundation Brush Blending Face Powder Blush Concealers Eye Shadows Make Up Brushes Kit (Rose Golden) Review:


So I have several things to say about these brushes. I'll present the cons first.

1)Brushes are not the softest, but are still soft
2)There are several bristles that are too long. I just used tweezers and pulled those out for smooth tops. It was only on 2-3 brushes.
3)The card that comes with the brushes is incorrect on many of the brushes and how they are used. At the end of this, I will present the real uses of the brushes with the associated numbers on the card.
4)I hate how thick the base of the face brushes are. They don't fit in my organizer.

Pros:

1)Cheap. Work well. Dupes for Sigma, but take that with a grain of salt. Sigma brushes are much softer and sturdier. I prefer cheaper brushes because I use brushes a lot and only clean them once every two weeks so I keep a good stock of various brushes.
2)Easily cleaned. Brush hairs did not fall out. This might change with time.
3)Good range of brushes. I like how the bristles on the face brushes are densely packed. You don't find that too often on cheap face brushes.
4)I love the little tiny brush for eyeliner. I like that it is angled. Makes it easier. However, the bristles separate easily, but that happens with all cheap tiny brushes. I make it work.

Time for the corrections on the card:
1)Angled brush. Use for blush, bronzer, contour, powder, and even foundation, though not the best for foundation. I use
2)Flat angled brush. Use for blush, bronzer, contour, and foundation. Great for foundation.
3)Flat top brush. Use for foundation. Great foundation brush. I prefer the flat angled brush though.
4)Round brush. Use for blush, bronzer, contour, powder, and foundation, but not the best for foundation. I use this for blush.
5)Tapered brush. Use for foundation, concealer, powder. I use this under the eye area. I use this with powder.
Here's where the brushes start to be described wrong.
6)Blending eye brush. Use for eye shadow, to blend out. I like to have several of these on hand, so I have like a dozen $1 elf brushes of this variety because I use this a lot. I feel my elf brushes are better quality than this. I think this is a good size for the brush but it should be the biggest eye brush and this one is not the biggest of all the eye brushes.
7)Angled crease brush. Use this with eye shadow in the crease. The angle helps it get right in there. I think this is a little too big for my eye, but I can still make it work. I prefer angled crease brushes to be a bit smaller. Like half the size of this. Maybe I have small eyes?
8)A really f*ing big eye brush. Idk what I would even use this for. Probably packing all over my eye, but it is too big for my eyes in my personal opinion. I might play around with this for spot touch ups on acne.
9)Concealer brush. This is my favorite kind of concealer brush. Some are a little too stiff for me. This one is great, though. I actually stopped using concealer brushes a while ago, so I use this as a smudger brush for my lower lash line. It works well with cream eyeshadows.
10)Tapered crease brush. This is an amazing crease brush. A little stiff though I prefer my eye brushes less stiff.
11) Tapered detail brush. Use for shadow on the lower lash line, use for eyeliner, or other fine details. I'll be honest, I love liquid liner and I cannot for the life of me use gel liner or any liner in a pot. So this will probably never get used for me unless I"m doing avant garde details.
12)Liner brush. This is a classic old school liner brush. I prefer an angled brush for liner, though. I get no use out of this. It's really stiff.
13)Angled liner brush. Looove this. Only brush I can make gel eyeliner work with. Just wish it were a little stiffer. Is a bit flimsy and the bristles separate.
14)Fan brush. use for highlight on cheekbones. I don't get any use out of fan brushes.
15)Brow brush. Spoolie on one end, angled streak brush on the other. I HATE dual ended brushes, because one end gets smushed in the cup. I think that is ridiculous. This is NOT a lash brush. The spoolie is for brows. You can tell by the stiffness. If you want a lash brush, purchase single use ones from ulta or the drug store. Since I don't do my brows, I use the spoolie to scrape dead skin off my lips.
16)Lash and brow brush. So I looooove these brushes. I have long lashes and thick wiry brows. For the lashes, I use the finer side and brush through them before and after I apply mascara. I have to clean these frequently or the bristles break so I go through a lot of these. The more bristly side I used to use to scrape dead skin off my lips when using a lipscrub mixed with vaseline, but then I got my first spoolie last year and use that. I go througha lot of these brushes even though I clean them a lot. I also use the bristly side to brush through my brow hairs and it's the only thing that pushes them into place.



EcoTools Define & Highlight Duo Makeup Brush Set for Powder Bronzer Highlighter Review:


I love these brushes! I’ve long been a fan of EcoTools brushes. I bought this particular set because I was looking for firmer brushes to use with my BareMinerals original foundation & concealer. I wanted brushes that would help me have more control, particularly to help me cover dark circles around my eyes. These have been perfect for that, and works way better than any of the other brushes I have. The other two fluffy brushes are also great - I use the large one to apply my mineral veil & the smaller one for highlighting. I don’t use the sponge at all, since I do not use any liquid makeup products. A nice bonus was the storage cup that came with this set!

I am really happy with these brushes and will definitely buy again when I’m ready to replace them!



wet 'n wild Flat Top Brush Review:


This is seriously such an amazing steal for the price- go buy it now!!! I got this for about $1 as an add-on item, and it is an amazing price for this brush, as I am very familiar with the quality of the Wet N Wild brushes. They are all fantastic quality (extremely soft, no shedding or fallout) and this one is no exception, and for the price it is an almost unbelievable deal!
This contour brush has many uses- as contour (obviously) but since it’s bristles are dense, also for blush, highlight, or precise powder placement. I personally love tapered brushes like these for blush or use with any cheek product as I’ve found the shape to apply makeup in the most natural way. Also different sides of the tapered brush can be used for different purposes (the tip for precise placement of product, the sides for light placement of color, and the bristle part to apply blush/bronzer/contour on cheeks).
I’m so happy I stumbled upon this on Amazon, as I already owned the foundation brush from the same collection but bought it months ago at Walgreens for about $10. Still a good deal for a good brush, but not as good as $1.
Just to make these even better, ALL THESE BRISHES ARE CRUELTY-FREE, GLUTEN-FREE, AND VEGAN!
Pick this up while it is still available!!!
[FYI: I am just a regular customer who purchased this brush and did not receive any discount or incentive for my review. I just thought I would share my opinions about this amazing brush for other Amazon shoppers as I always look at reviews before purchasing a product. My hope is that somebody finds this helpful :) ]



wet n wild Powder Brush Review:


This is seriously such an amazing steal for the price- go buy it now!!! I got this for about $1 as an add-on item, and it is an amazing price for this brush, as I am very familiar with the quality of the Wet N Wild brushes. They are all fantastic quality (extremely soft, no shedding or fallout) and this one is no exception, and for the price it is an almost unbelievable deal!
This contour brush has many uses- as contour (obviously) but since it’s bristles are dense, also for blush, highlight, or precise powder placement. I personally love tapered brushes like these for blush or use with any cheek product as I’ve found the shape to apply makeup in the most natural way. Also different sides of the tapered brush can be used for different purposes (the tip for precise placement of product, the sides for light placement of color, and the bristle part to apply blush/bronzer/contour on cheeks).
I’m so happy I stumbled upon this on Amazon, as I already owned the foundation brush from the same collection but bought it months ago at Walgreens for about $10. Still a good deal for a good brush, but not as good as $1.
Just to make these even better, ALL THESE BRISHES ARE CRUELTY-FREE, GLUTEN-FREE, AND VEGAN!
Pick this up while it is still available!!!
[FYI: I am just a regular customer who purchased this brush and did not receive any discount or incentive for my review. I just thought I would share my opinions about this amazing brush for other Amazon shoppers as I always look at reviews before purchasing a product. My hope is that somebody finds this helpful :) ]



IT Cosmetics Bye Bye Foundation Heavenly Luxe Foundation Brush No. 22 Review:


Wasn't sure if those this was worth an entire $12 I am not one of those people who is impressed by brushes even if it has a designer name on it. However after watching upteenth videos on YouTube probably have the technique down about 60% but today was my first time and it really does blur your foundation and you do have to use it very sparingly and build upon it you just can't goop it on and hope for the best so it does take more time than using the sponge because I use a cream to powder foundation especially in the summer but it absolutely does work and it does make your skin I wouldn't say airbrushed or Dewey or Flawless but it does work really really well I would spend 12 bucks any day on this brush. So for anybody who's thinking about it... buy this brush because it's being discontinued and that's why the price is soo low. Hope this review helps.



Yoseng Oval Foundation Brush Large Toothbrush makeup brushes Fast Flawless Application Liquid Cream Powder Foundation Review:


I bought this as a more affordable version of a very expensive foundation application brush. I didn’t have high hopes, but the reviews looked promising so I gave it a try. I’m pleasantly surprised. It applies evenly, it’s soft, and easy to use. 4 stars because it’s bendy in the middle- I feel like it should be more stuff, but maybe I’m pressing too hard.
Also, when I cleaned it, because the brush is plush and soft, it took FOREVER to get it clean. Also, not sure if a plush brush is a bad thing. I’m no YouTube beauty blogger or anything, so maybe I just don’t know better, but I think this brush it’s pretty darn decent. If you’re like me and you’ve been sucked into the social media videos advertising the other very expensive brush- then came on over to amazon to see if they had it and found this brush- I’d say give it a try!



wet n wild Foundation Brush Review:


This is seriously such an amazing steal for the price- go buy it now!!! I got this for about $1 as an add-on item, and it is an amazing price for this brush, as I am very familiar with the quality of the Wet N Wild brushes. They are all fantastic quality (extremely soft, no shedding or fallout) and this one is no exception, and for the price it is an almost unbelievable deal!
This contour brush has many uses- as contour (obviously) but since it’s bristles are dense, also for blush, highlight, or precise powder placement. I personally love tapered brushes like these for blush or use with any cheek product as I’ve found the shape to apply makeup in the most natural way. Also different sides of the tapered brush can be used for different purposes (the tip for precise placement of product, the sides for light placement of color, and the bristle part to apply blush/bronzer/contour on cheeks).
I’m so happy I stumbled upon this on Amazon, as I already owned the foundation brush from the same collection but bought it months ago at Walgreens for about $10. Still a good deal for a good brush, but not as good as $1.
Just to make these even better, ALL THESE BRISHES ARE CRUELTY-FREE, GLUTEN-FREE, AND VEGAN!
Pick this up while it is still available!!!
[FYI: I am just a regular customer who purchased this brush and did not receive any discount or incentive for my review. I just thought I would share my opinions about this amazing brush for other Amazon shoppers as I always look at reviews before purchasing a product. My hope is that somebody finds this helpful :) ]