While these makeup brushes may be small in size, they can handle any task. This travel makeup brush set includes a Stippling Brush, Powder Brush, Dual-ended Eyeshadow Brush, and a Lip Brush. This set comes in a case to protect the brushes, as well as make them easy to stash in a handbag for on-the-go application. Pauline shows us how she uses each brush to touch up her look in this tutorial!Products used:
4-Piece Brush Set
Arlington Concealer (now shade 005C)
Lip + Cheek
Jelly Eyeshadow Duo
Subtl Stak Four Piece Brush Kit
With travel becoming more accessible again, it's important to minimize space in your luggage, especially when it comes to makeup products. That's why I'm excited to show you the subtl stak Four Piece Brush Set. These brushes are perfect for on-the-go and come in a convenient carrying case. The kit includes a powder brush, which I use for bronzer and contouring, a flat brush for concealer, foundation, or cream lip and cheek products, and two other brushes. I use this kit all the time and it's really handy for travel. I'll show you how to use each brush in the tutorial.
Using the Powder Brush for Bronzer and Contouring
I like to apply my concealer with my finger first, focusing on the divots under my eyes and along the edges of my face. Then, I'll use the flat brush to buff it out in short, sweeping and padding motions. I want to push the product into my skin while also blending it out. For blemishes, I like to pat the concealer in place and do small circles. The brush is great because it covers a decent amount of surface area, even though it's small. Next, I'll use the fluffy brush to apply my bronzer in the shade Latte. I'll tap off the excess and brush it onto my face, stamping it in place.
Using the Flat Brush for Concealer and Foundation
I like to apply my concealer with my finger first, focusing on the divots under my eyes and along the edges of my face. Then, I'll use the flat brush to buff it out in short, sweeping and padding motions. I want to push the product into my skin while also blending it out. For blemishes, I like to pat the concealer in place and do small circles. The brush is great because it covers a decent amount of surface area, even though it's small.
Using the Dual-Ended Eyeshadow Brush for Precise Eyeshadow Application
Next, I'll touch up my eyes using the dual-ended brush. I'll use the rounded end to apply eyeshadow to my crease and outer corner, then I'll use the flat side to apply shimmer. I can also use my fingers for this, but I prefer using the brush to avoid getting my fingers dirty. I can also use the shimmer shade as a highlighter on the high points of my face, such as my nose.
Using the Lip Brush for Precision Application on Lips and Cheeks
I'm going to apply some product to my lips using the lip brush. I can also use it to apply product to my cheeks as a liner brush. I like to use it for precision, but I can also use it with a deeper lip and cheek shade to create shadow.
Conclusion and Recommendation for Investing in the Brush Kit for Travel
I'm really impressed with the brush kit. It's so pretty. Can I use the flat part of the brush to apply product under my brows? I'm going to blend my eyebrows and touch up under my eyes using the remaining product on the bronze brush. And there you have it! These four tools are easy to use, compact, and lightweight. They come in a convenient carrying case that you can lock in place and easily tuck into your travel bag. If you're planning to travel this summer, I highly recommend investing in this brush kit. It's a great way to minimize the number of brushes you need to bring with you and they work really well. Check them out if you're interested. Alright, bye!