#FDBeauty Brush Guide: Tapered Blending Brush

Remember the video about the Blending Brush from a few weeks ago? This time, we want to talk a little bit about its cousin, the Tapered Blending Brush.

If you can’t already tell by the name, the tapered blending brush can be used to blend eye shadow shades in the crease and eyelid — but the difference between this guy and the plain old blending brush is that the pointed shape of the brush gives out even more precise blending. And unlike the blending brush, its shape makes it so It’s also dense enough to be used to apply eye shadow: dab the tip into the shadow shade of your choice and swish it onto your eyelid for a soft but pigmented application.