It has been quite some time since I blog. Today I am going to talk about MUFE artisan brushes.
The MUFE artisan brush collection has so many different types of designs - tapered, trapeze, square, fan, flared, round, pointy and angled to allow optimum control in applying, blending, sculpting, shading and lining of make-up.
We were very lucky to have Ms Erika Saenz, Regional Educational Manager MUFE South East Asia to walk us through the features of the brushes.
Before that, I have no idea that there are so many different textures of bristles.
Ms Erika also did a makeup demo on a model. The makeup was applied using fingers on half of the face while the other half, Ms Erika used the MUFE brushes. It is very obvious that the side where brushes were used looked more even toned and defined.
The makeup on the right was done using brushes. The color is more intense and well blended.
- #260 Bent Eyeliner Brush - it is an angled brush (30 degree angle) that is designed for applying eyeliner to its precision. It is able to draw a 1mm line with precision.
- #128 Precision Powder Brush – A hybrid between a brush and a puff
- #124 Powder kabuki – it has straight and wavy fibers to apply HD powder and powder foundation for a bonafide airbrush effect in seconds
- #158 Double-Ended Sculpting Brush – Use the angled end to place your blusher for a slimmer and uplifted appearance followed with the fluffy end to blend away harsh lines.
- #204 Double-Ended Shader & Smudger Eye Brush – This brush will help you to achieve smokey eyes in minutes
- #154 Buffer Blush Brush – For stress free application of liquid foundation as it can create a poreless finish
|The MUFE team - very fun people|
Till then, have a good week and thanks for dropping by.