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Cheekbones (powder blush): Look for natural hair bristles and an angled tip to perfectly sculpt and shape cheekbones. To find where yours are, look in the mirror and suck in your cheeks, then work the brush directly on them using short strokes as you make your way across towards your ears. Apples (powder blush): Look for natural bristles and a plump body with a pointed tip for the best precision when applying blush to the apples of your cheeks.  To find where yours are, look in the mirror…

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WHICH BRUSH DOES WHAT: CHEEKS

brushes 101

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32 Makeup Tips That Nobody Told You About (With Pictures)

Highlighting

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19 Eyeshadow Basics Everyone Should Know

19 Useful Tips For People Who Struggle With Eyeshadow

Make Up For Ever HD Microfinish Powder - a bit on the expensive side, but this is the best finishing powder ever...leaves my skin virtually pore-less.

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30 Incredible Make-up Hacks No Woman Should Ever Miss

I never know what brush is for what.

This is amazing! I like to use up all my left over powders, combine them and then I have a brand new, full size powder instead of a bunch of broken leftover ones. Just make sure you leave the compact open over-night and allow to dry.

I never thought I could make my eyebrows look so thick and natural, now I can thanks to @kelleybakerbrows 1⃣Brush your eyebrows with the spooly end of the brush 2⃣ Dip the angled side in the powder 3⃣Start shading underneath the highest point of your brow and create your arch4⃣Elongate your brow's tip 5⃣Begin filling the rest of tour brow with.... (click link for rest)

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Beauty School: Brush Guide

Makeup brush guide (the highlighter/fan brush also works great for contouring with bronzer)

Look, someone made one big long picture out of my individual brush pictures! Too bad you can’t read what these say. Full Post (also slightly unreadable on my theme oops)

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QUICK TIP: HOW TO PREVENT YOUR EYELINER FROM RUNNING

prevent eye liner from running