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Achieve Your Best Glow with the NEW Blush & Sculpt Palettes

Blush + Sculpt Palettes

Call it what you want: contouring, bronzing, highlighting, strobing, etc., but rocking a healthy glow will always be flattering, no matter your skin type, tone or face shape. That's why we recently launched two face palettes, the Blush Cheek Palette with 6 various blush tones with matte and shimmer finishes, and the Sculpt Highlight & Contour Palette with 6 warm and cool shades for contouring, bronzing and highlighting. But the real secret to achieving a healthy glowing complexion isn't just about the actual cream or powder products but also the brushes you're using, if you ask us.

If you've always wondered what makeup brushes to use with contouring and highlight products, we've rounded up professional makeup artist, JORDAN LIBERTY'S, favorites below. Check out the video tutorial where Jordan breaks down how to use each brush and why he loves them!.

Blush and Sculpt Palettes Tutorial

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Best for contouring and bronzing: F37 Spotlight Duster

Looking at this brush, you might not immediately think to reach for it when contouring or bronzing, but the brush head is ultra soft and fluffy, allowing for a more natural bronzing or contouring application. But unlike other fluffy brushes, it has a tapered shape, which gives more control over where you apply your contour.

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Best for blush: F10 Powder/Blush Brush

While the F10 Powder/Blush Brush is a more common shape, this brush is quite large and fluffy, making it a great option when you want just a quick, natural flush of color on your cheeks for every day.

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Best for blush: F10 Powder/Blush Brush

While the F10 Powder/Blush Brush is a more common shape, this brush is quite large and fluffy, making it a great option when you want just a quick, natural flush of color on your cheeks for every day.

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Best for a natural highlight: F15 Duo Fibre Powder/Blush Brush

Duo fibre brushes are one of the most underrated tools and are especially useful when you're going for the "no makeup" makeup look. This brush is most commonly used to apply blush, but professional makeup artist, Jordan Liberty, loves to use this brush for a natural sweep of highlight on the highpoints of the face. Because this brush isn't dense, it's great for achieving a natural every day glow.

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Blush + Sculpt Palettes