I have to admit foundation brushes are my weakness, if you have the right tool you can make your makeup look on point all the time. Over the years of working with makeup and of course being a beauty shopahiolic I have tried many base brushes and tools and while some were amazing, there was some that really did not make the cut but today I have narrowed it down to just 3, these are the 3 that I would recommend to everyone and believe you would love just as much as I do.
The first is pretty much a cult classic. I think pretty much everyone has tried this brush or at least dupe for this brush but the Real Techniques Buffing Brush is pretty darn special. Part of the Core Collection available from Real Techniques this is one of the best foundation brushes. It's been designed to evenly apply product to the face while gently massaging/ buffing product into the skin. It is pretty hard to go wrong with this brush even when using a heavier foundation. Not only does it work well with foundation but I like to use it with cream blush, powder and even as the last step when you want to make sure all your makeup is truly blended thus making the Real Technique Buffing Brush a great addition to your collection.
If your someone who likes to take precision and time doing their makeup the Sephora Pro Flawless Airbrush #56 is for you. This brush has densely packed bristles, so its one that can build up coverage as you need it but each time it delivers a flawless finish. Its really is a special brush and worth the heavy price tag. I have found this brush to work with thinner liquids a little better than heavier consistencies but you have so much control with this brush you can't go wrong. Splurge on this one next time you are in a Sephora.
Beauty Blender in their lives. I cannot believe I went so long without purchasing one of these, after trying so many dupes nothing really compares to the original and although it might seem a little expensive for a sponge you won't regret it. The Beauty Blender is amazing in one simple word. It blends out foundation like a boss, bouncing off the skin delivering flawless finishes every time. If you aren't convinced you need it just remember its more than just a sponge (I'm very passionate about it lol)...full review here.
So there are my top 3 Foundation tools, have you tried any of these brushes? Let me know your favourite foundation brush/tool