Makeup Brush Round-Up Part 2

Posted by Cowgirl Dirt on 11/28/2016 to Makeup Tips
Makeup Brush Round-Up Part 2
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We hope you found last weeks Make-Up Round-Up helpful. This week we are featuring our brushes for eye makeup, and next week we will feature the brushes for blush and bronzer. Hopefully at the end of this series you will have a better understanding of what each brush is perfectly designed for.

Saddle up ladies! It’s time for you to learn about all of those brushes.

This domed shaped brush with bamboo handle flawlessly applies contrasting eye shadow colors to complete your look. The compacted fibers allow for getting into the more difficult areas like the corners and close to the lashes. This brush is perfect for blending and creating a smokey effect. This brush is great to use with our Eye Shadow Trios.

With soft and dense synthetic hairs, this brush sweeps your eye shadow all over your eyelid, evenly distributing the makeup.  This Eye Shadow Brush works great with all of Cowgirl Dirt's different Eye Shadow types; Pressed Singles and DuosHighlight and Matte loose powder, and Silverado Cream Eye Shadow

Designed with a tapered edge to fit to the shape of your eyes, this brush's precision makes anything possible from the cat eye look to a simple thin line. Try today in combination with our Gun Smoke Powder Eyeliner.

The fabulous brow brush! This awesome brush is perfect for when you need to wrangle your brows. All you have to do is use the brush side to brush your brows up and then use the side with teeth to shape your brows how you want them.

Start afresh with Cowgirl Dirt's Bamboo Brush Set.  Each brush is made with eco-friendly bamboo handles and incredibly soft synthetic hairs. Purchase the set and save over $10. Includes a FREE refined canvas brush case to protect and compliment your brushes.

Do you have any tips for using these brushes? Share below in the comments.

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Makeup Brush Roundup Part 1

Posted by Cowgirl Dirt on 11/21/2016 to Makeup Tips
 Makeup Brush Roundup Part 1
How many of you cowgirls always see the millions of types of brushes and get a little overwhelmed? Well we certainly know the feeling. Looking through all the brushes gets pretty confusing, but luckily you’ve come to the right place! We have split this into multiple post so make sure to check back next week for part two.

Saddle up ladies! It’s time for you to learn about all of those brushes.

The handy Concealer Brush: How many times have you woken up the morning of an important event, looked in the mirror, and saw a giant blemish right in the middle of your face? Don’t worry! We’ve all been there. That is the wonderful thing about this brush. Working with the Saddle Up Concealer and this brush, you can make those red marks and under eye circles go away. Use the thick part of the brush to put concealer on the places you want to make disappear, and then use the thinner tip to put your concealer in those harder to reach spots.

This brush is used to apply your foundation. Use this amazingly soft brush by dotting your foundation on your face and then blend. Using the brush helps you to get a flawless, seamless look.

This is another brush used to blend your foundation. This brush's flat top allows you to get an even coverage throughout your face. The Deluxe Foundation Brush is perfect for getting in those small areas of the face that need just a little more attention than the Large Foundation or Kabuki brush can give.

This is a little different than the previous brushes. This sponge is commonly known as a beauty blender. You can use this sponge to blend the different shades and lines that may have been created.
The Foundation Sponge Applicator is ideal for applying the Southern Belle Cream Foundation and Cowgirl Dirt Concealer. The wide end of the sponge provides an comfortable hold, while the pointed end easily reaches facial crevices. Use the sponge wet for light coverage and dry for thick coverage.

Start afresh with Cowgirl Dirt's Bamboo Brush Set.  Each brush is made with eco-friendly bamboo handles and incredibly soft synthetic hairs. Purchase the set and save over $10. Includes a FREE refined canvas brush case to protect and compliment your brushes.

Do you have any tips for using these brushes? Share below in the comments.


7 Amazing Uses For Your Concealer

Posted by Cowgirl Dirt on 11/14/2016 to Makeup Tips
7 Amazing Uses For Your Concealer

Concealers have saved us many times by helping to cover up blemishes and spots that could have ruined our makeup look. The good news is you can do even more with your concealer. Here are 7 different ways you can use your concealer to achieve smooth, radiant, and blemish free skin.

We recommend using the Saddle Up Concealer. It is a hypoallergenic concealer designed to give you a flawless finish.

1.     Lift and brighten your face by applying concealer at the base of your eye. The easiest way to do this is to draw a triangle using the concealer and blend it in. Use a concealer that is a shade lighter than your skin tone for this.


2.     If you are working with beauty on a budget, you can easily substitute an eye shadow primer for concealer. Use your concealer to prep your lids for eye shadow application to keep the color long lasting.


3.     If you are going to wear a more revealing shirt and you have a spot on your neck, chest or back, you can easily cover it using concealer. Pat a concealer that matches your skin tone onto that spot then use the Let's Ride Finishing Powder to set it in.


4.     Use concealer to sharpen your eye liner wing and correct any errors in your eyebrow filling. To do this, dip an angled brush in the concealer and use to trace your liner cleaning up any error. Do the same with your brows. This is much easier and saves time rather than starting over.


5.     Define your lip shape by lining the outside of your lips with a fine tip brush and concealer. Doing this will also make your lip color pop and give you a gorgeous lip shape.


6.   Give your lips a plumper look by dabbing some concealer in the middle section and blending it in with your finger. For better results, go lightly over it with the Showdown Lip Gloss to attract light and make your lips look fuller.


7.     Give your features a boost by highlighting and contouring using two different shades of concealer: first one two shades lighter that your skin tone, second one, two shades darker. Use the lighter concealer on the places that naturally catch light, and the darker one on those areas that are naturally shaded.


Beauty Hacks: How To Fake A Full Pout Using Cowgirl Dirt Lippies

Posted by Cowgirl Dirt on 11/3/2016 to Makeup Tips
Beauty Hacks: How To Fake A Full Pout Using Cowgirl Dirt Lippies

Plump, full lips don’t have to come at the price of scary surgical procedures or injections. With the right beauty products, you can give yourself a full pout in no time at all. Tricks like over lining your lips don’t always work, and sometimes your lip liner can stand out on your skin as obviously fake.

Use these genius tricks and products to make your lips look bigger:

1.     Exfoliate your lips to make them smooth for application. You can do this using a lip scrub or by running your toothbrush over your lips after brushing. Make sure your lips have been wet for a while so the dead skin cells can soften and come off easily.


2.     Start application by dabbing Showdown Lip Gloss in the middle of your lips. This gloss will pick up on any light that falls on it, giving your lips a fuller look.



3.     Using your preferred shade of the Latigo Lip Liner Pencils, line your lips just above the natural line. Don’t stray too far from your natural line as you need the application to look as natural as possible. Remember to keep your cupid’s bow as a bow. We recommend that you use a color that is similar to that of your lipstick. This way, your lip color would blend easier.


4.     Using the lip liner, fill in your lips to create a base for your lipstick.



5.     Apply your favorite shade of the Vigilante Vit. E Stick or Go West Lipstick all over your lips, giving yourself a good amount of coverage. If you’re skeptical about the amount used, simply pucker up and plant a kiss on a napkin. That will even it all out.


6.     Use an angled brush to blend the liner and the lipstick. You can put some lipstick on the brush to help the blending process go smoothly.



7.     As an extra step, you can use a brush to apply some bronzer under your bottom lip. It will help create an illusion of naturally full lips.


If you want to make the full lips look work for you, we recommend that you avoid using dark lipstick colors when creating this look. Dark colors are naturally slimming and will flatten the appearance of your mouth. Instead, go with nude, pale pinks, reds and other brightening colors.

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