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    This is the one.
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    Really enjoying the recommendations ladies!

    So a foundation brush is the best way to go for application (not a sponge)?

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    I always use a brush ☺

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    Brush!
    Although, I've been meaning to try a beauty blender.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atomicmama View Post
    Brush!
    Although, I've been meaning to try a beauty blender.
    Ooohhh....whats a beauty blender?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    Really enjoying the recommendations ladies!

    So a foundation brush is the best way to go for application (not a sponge)?
    How often do you need to clean the brushes and how do you clean them?

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    Always use my fingers. I used brushes and sponges when I was a make up artist on other people but I find blending much better with my fingers for foundation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    Really enjoying the recommendations ladies!

    So a foundation brush is the best way to go for application (not a sponge)?
    Brush! Get a good set of quality brushes- synthetic not natural are better in this instance.
    Again mine are arbonne and were about $50 for the set. They're lovely and soft. I also have a Napoleon eye brush with a soft wide and flat brush at one end, short angular brush at the other. It's great for eyeshadow application.

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    I like nude by nature

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sethysmum View Post
    Ooohhh....whats a beauty blender?
    It's kind of like a sponge, google 'beauty blender'. Everyone raves about them.

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