I know how much of a chore it is to have to clean makeup brushes. Its always an after thought and usually done because it has to not because we want to... Trust me when I say I hate cleaning my brushes but as a makeup artist my tools must always be in tip top condition as well hygienically clean. Below you'll find my easy peasy brush meaning guide to share my makeup artist tips and make your life easier.
Lets continue the conversation and keep your makeup knowledge growing with this week's update. In the video I talk all about the eye brushes I use on a regular basis and how they work into your eye makeup routine.
I again showcase the Rae Morris Brushes because of their cruelty free status and ethical treatment of animals. Feel free to explore once you know what shape and hair type you are looking for in your brushes but please make sure you feel the bristles first! If you are rubbing them on sensitive areas like your eyes then you are going to want them to be soft and silky.
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About the Blogger!
Welcome to my Blog! I'm Liv Slee, I am a certified makeup artist and Eyelash Extensions Technician (what a mouth full!) and I absolutely love my job.
I have a thing for natural makeup and glowing skin as well as chocolate, but who doesn't love chocolate?
Have a scroll through the blog and check out some fun stuff from makeup tips to real brides, new trends, lash care tips and more.
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