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Use the right tool for the job: Makeup brushes by Youngblood Cosmetics

May 26, 2010

I admit it. I’m a girly-girl and I love makeup! But even the most expensive makeup is only as good as the tools used to apply it and Youngblood Cosmetics has some of the best, most specialized brushes on the market today. From enormous Kabuki brushes, to defined concealer, contour, shader brushes and more, Youngblood has just the right tool for the job.

In addition to gorgeous, precision makeup brushes, Youngblood Cosmetics also manufactures amazing, high quality cosmetics. Founder Pauline Youngblood Soli started her career as a licensed Medical Aesthetician specializing in paramedical treatments, working with prominent dermatologists and plastic surgeons in the Beverly Hills area. Here, she was in daily contact with people with severely traumatized skin, from harsh laser treatments, acne, rosacea, and cosmetic surgeries.

A decade later, Youngblood Cosmetics now offers a complete line of cosmetic products, in a comprehensive palette of shades, with realistic skin tones and beautiful, natural finishes. Youngblood continues to create top quality products that are innovative in both formulation and packaging.

My favorite is the Large Kabuki Brush (pictured). This ultra-premium brush also comes in a small size, which is ideal for medium to full coverage. But I use the luxurious Large Kabuki for light coverage, especially perfect in the summer, when I don’t want to wear too much heavy makeup. Large Kabuki Retail $35.00

The full line of Youngblood Cosmetics is available through aestheticians, spas, med-spas, and salons throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia, Denmark and Singapore. For a location near you, simply click on the Youngblood Dealer Locator or shop online.

Susan McNeill is a wife, mother, author, entrepreneur and social activist. In addition to Susan Said What?! Susan also writes for Style on a WHIM, It’s how you play the game!, and Success Won’t Wait!

 

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