M01 Tapered Powder Brush:
Gently dip the brush into your loose or pressed powder and tap off the excess. Brush over the entire face, focusing on shiny areas such as the forehead, nose and chin.
M02 Angled Blush Brush:
Lightly sweep your brush through your cream or powdered blush. Looking in the mirror, smile, then swipe blush on the apples of your cheeks with in an upwards motion.
M03 Flat Contour Brush:
Swirl the brush into your contour powder and tap off the excess. Gently glide the brush back and forth below your cheekbones, under your jawline and along your hairline, to emphasize your natural contours.
M04 Foundation Brush:
Pour a small amount of liquid foundation onto the back of your hand. Pick up some foundation with the brush and start applying in the centre of the face, blending outwards, then continue to blend in every direction onto the nose, forehead, cheeks and chin.
M05 Flat Top Buffing Brush:
Dab a small amount of liquid foundation on the back of your hand, then tap the top of your brush into the foundation to pick it up. Pat your brush gently on your nose, forehead, and chin, then onto your temples and cheeks, then gently move the brush back and forth to blend the foundation into your skin.
M06 Blending Fluffy Brush:
This brush can be used with or without product to seamlessly blend colour. Use it with a transition shade for a sheer wash of colour in the crease or go over the edges of your shadow to eliminate any harsh lines.
M07 Oval Eye Shadow Brush:
Apply product to the eyelid using the flat side of the brush. To build colour intensity, gently pat the eyeshadow onto the eyelid.
M08 Angled Blending Brush:
Use it for a light colour application that can be added to in layers on the eyelids, or as a blender, weeping eyeshadow along the socket line to softly contour the edges of your eyes.
M09 Small Precision Brush:
After having applied your eyeliner, use the pointed tip of the brush to gently smudge it out, or skip the eyeliner and use the tip to smoke out your eyeshadow underneath your bottom lashes. You can also pinpoint smaller areas around the eye, such as the inner and outer corners, when applying intense pigment.