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If you’re totally overwhelmed by options, starter kits are your best
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The newest craze in foundation is the stippling brush. These awesome
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BH Cosmetics Duo Fiber Stippling Brush, $6, bhcosmetics.com
Applying powder blush with the same brush you use for everything is
a huge no-no. Mixing different products on one brush can discolor your makeup,
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Apply all-over face powder using a big, fluffy brush to ensure you
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