Beauty Tools Beauty School
what’s the buzz?
The Basic Beauty Tools That Every Girl Needs
what’s the stuff?
jenna is our prettyface. she’s makeup obsessed, beauty addicted, and totally responsible for glamming the rest of us girls out whenever we wanna amp it up.
why we’re buzzing…
beauty tools can be super overwhelming. they’re all weird and funny looking, and sometimes you just can’t figure out what the heck you do with ‘em! so jenna is giving us a little bit of beauty school on her most essential beauty tools.
Angled Face Brush
an angled face brush is perfect for creating apple cheeks. use it to contour cheekbones, and apply more specific blush.
this is jenna's most important everyday beauty tool. a kabuki brush is a full, round brush, for all over application of powders, bronzers, blushers. really good for loose powders, and mineral makeup.
a sharpener is mega essential for keeping all of your liners and pencils in tip top shape. and then, a covered sharpener is a must have because it catches all of the shavings, and keeps you from making a makeup mess.
an eyelash curler is an easy way to open eyes up, and set lashes in look-at-me mode, for the long hall.
Brow & Lash Comb
the "brush" side is for shaping your eyebrows, and evening out any eyebrow pencil or powder. the "comb" side is for separating your eyelashes, and removing any yucky clumps.
blender sponges are the best way to apply anything liquid or cream, like foundation and concealer.
a lot of girlies skip this one, but think about it... your brushes touch your face all the time, clean or not clean, when you're in a rush, when you're touching up - then they lay around - then they mix your makeups - then they go through it all again... there are plenty of reasons to clean those brushes, and keep the yuckies away from your prettyface!
Eye Shadow Brush
a soft shadow brush has dual awesomeness - it's great for applying a light & soft all over eye shadow, or perfect for applying your base color when you're creating a dramatic eye.
Angled Shadow Brush
once you have your base eye shadow in place, use an angled brush to add a darker color to your creases, and to create impact with your eyes.