Can I use this for my foundation brushes too?
I like to use the flawless face brush for my foundation, warmth and veil, but sometimes there's still warmth on the brush when I go to use the veil and then I end up with warmth all over my face. I've been using less warmth and that seems to help a little but I then I don't get the desired amount of warmth applied.
asked 1 year ago
on Quick Change Brush Cleaner
Yes you can use this for your foundation brushes. Here is my makeup routine and what brushes I use for what. It may help you out:
2. Concealer - READY or the powder. I use the maximum concealer brush
3. Foundation - handy buki or retractable brush (pink) for powder and precision angled brush for the READY foundation
4. All Over Face Color - I usually use Warmth and recently tried Pure Radiance (a dewy shimmery color) and I use the Flawless Face brush for my All Over Face Color.
5. Stroke of Light Eye Brightener - Tap 3 little dots under each eye and tap/roll into the skin. Nice for making the eyes pop better.
6. Luminizer - You can use this or the Stroke of light....I use the brush mine came with (also from qvc). If you get one and it don't come with a brush, I would use a Tapered Blush Brush which is a good size for the small areas you will accent with the Luminizer or I would use a Flawless Face Brush or a Soft Focus Face brush to apply this.
7. Blush - READY and I use the really soft brush that came with it from QVC or I use the little brush it comes with
8. Eyeshadow - READY and I use the double ended precision brush, wet/dry eyeshadow brush, soft focus eyeshadow brush or the double ended soft focus brush (one side is soft focus and the other end is a soft focus angled eyeshadow brush).
9. Mascara - big and bright mascara, flawless definition or brushless mascara
10. Lip gloss - 100% Natural Lip gloss or Moxie. Pretty amazing is okay or the Jack of All Trades balms (check online about jack of all trades balms. It's not on QVC anymore).
11. Mineral Veil - Original Powder or the READY; I would use the Soft Focus Face brush or the Buff'n'Go retractable brush to apply this.
Hope this helps.
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answered 6 months ago
Newport News, VA
You can absolutely use this for you foundation brushes in the same way you would use it for overshadow brushes. Lightly spritz the product onto a tissue and sweep your foundation brush over the dampened area. Repeat until no color is left behind on the tissue.