If your product is liquid, then yes, I recommend. This brush works best with liquid foundation.
answered 1 year ago
(Port Saint Lucie)
This brush is definitely crafted for powder application as well as liquid. It is extremely dense and adequately large, so the application will be fast and it will mimic the airbrushed effect.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
(San Francisco, CA)
if its the powder minerals, the best way is the kabuki brush always. you need the width for the blended circular motion. this brush, the MJ11 brush is for anything cream or liquid. simply amazing.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
In my opinion, goat hair brushes are the best for applying minerals. Bare escentuals carries goat hair brushes, but they are scratchy, & the worst!!! Try a kabuki with goat hair for more coverage, Or a fluffy loose powder brush. The sephora pro collection is great, or if you can splurge Dior has an amazing kabuki. Soft enough not to scratch your skin while buffing, but its not too soft, so it will blend the minerals well. Hope this helps.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
(los angeles, ca)