Light Stroke Brush
ideal for face shaping
I use this brush for well rested, face shaping duo sand sometimes radiance. It makes it very easy to build up the amount of cover you want. Using the right tools is the difference between between these minerals being great and incredible.
Don't buy any of these brushes
I recently purchased this brush and the one for applying the mineral makeup. They are inferior brushes, smell horrible and are irritating to the eyes when you use them. This is unexceptable.
Greatest Small Area Cover Brush
This brush is super smooth and can be used in a bunch of different ways. My favorite ways to use this are with eyeshadow, because the color goes on evenly and the brush helps blend it, and as a concealer brush. Because the bristles are close together, you can tap it into some powder foundation and cover your worst zits; it compacts the foundation for a thicker coverage. BUY THIS!
Do you need to exfoliate?
This brush swipes on well-rested for eyes really beautifully, but I am sorry to say it is terribly scratchy... I have very sensitive skin and have to be utterly careful when using the light stroke brush, if I don't want to get my face all reddened!
I use this brush to put light colored eye shadows as a base from my lashes all the way to my brows. This brush picks up the color really easily and it puts on the perfect amount for a light wash of color.
great for covering dark patches!
I love the Light Stroke Brush for covering a dark patch on my face! It pats Bisque on nicely and yet is soft enough to blend out the edges so that there isn't a noticeable light patch on my face. I used to use the Maxiumum Coverage Concealer brush for this purpose, but now I reserve that brush for using Well Rested under my eyes when I need it. Thank you to Christina Choi and Bravon Pascua for these helpful tips!!