Hi Lovelies ♥
As I was unpackaging my Milani baked blush, I saw that it came with a brush- you know those brushes you don’t use now. But they are brushes we used when we first started applying make-up back in the day.
And I was thinking……you know that these little brushes do remind me of the Nars Ita Brush. And I am not talking about the size but more the shape of the brush of the bristle part, not that they are the exact same. But you get what I mean….right?
The Nars Its brush is used for contouring the face, this type of brush can also set you back a pretty penny $80-130 depending on where you are able to purchase this brush. I looked on the Nars website and couldn’t find it and also checked out the Nordstrom website, and it was not available. Only place I was able to find this brush was on E-bay.
And I know not everyone has $80 to fork out on a brush – even though I have heard its an amazing brush. To be honest im not sure I would spend all that money on a brush- unless I was rolling in the moola.
But enough about that Nars brush lets get on to brushes we all own or even throw out…..and those are the brushes that come with bronzers, blushes. They obviously wont do the exact thing but they will contour where you need them to. They are meant to apply bronzer and blushes, but we all know that they don’t work. There is not doubt that you will look like a clown.
But these work well with the way we want to contour our faces.
To be honest I am not to sure how these would work with a cream product, I have only tried it with a dry product and it worked just fine.
But if you want to try it with a cream product and these types of brushes let me know how it worked for you.
Hope you guys found this tip helpful 🙂