I always understood that the point of a stippling brush was to - well, stipple: to bounce the bristles basically the way you would a beauty blender. But I've only seen one makeup guru on YouTube do it that way (which is the way I've always used it). Is there a reason you don't?
Awesome tip! Keeping this in mind now. <3 :)
luv ur tip. THANKS!!!
I love my stippling brush - one of my HGs!Thanks Wayne xxx
getting the right brush is also very important for good make up.Thanks for the tips of how to take the color from the palate and use it in which motion.
I just started using a Stippling Brush, and I am one to press hard and really rubb on my foundation. Thanks for the tip. Much appreciated! :)
Great tip, but is everything alright with your eye? It was twitching like crazy :D
I was very confused about my makeup.This tutorial helped me a lot for doing my makeup. I just like this video. Keep sharing!
Where can I find the stippling brush on the video? Thanks
Would it be the stippling brush Mac #187?
thanks for sharing :)
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Really love your blog n YouTube channel, getting a bit addicted, just wondering if you could do a tutorial on covering pigmentation of the skin. I know you must get so many requests but this condition ,known to some as Melasma, is a very difficult thing to hide under make up, it can range from a brownish tone to a grey ashy colour. It's quiet debilitating as it's the first thing people notice and they think I have dirt on my face! Have u ever had a client with these issues ?
Another thing I was doing wrong. Thanks again!
Thanks for share this video with us.Teresa J.