7 Makeup Tools that you won’t forget in 2021

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For an impeccable beauty routine, a determination is the first ingredient. The others are in the list below, and in just 10 bullet points:

1. MAKEUP ORGANIZER

Fixated or rotating, transparent is the one we would have. This tool can really help, the ones of you that are a bit messy, to organize all your beauty gadgets from skincare products to makeup brushes.

2. BEAUTY BLENDER

This pink Schiaparelli round and smooth sponge has been made to pamper your face. It can be used to help you to color your skin as in a painting by Leonardo da Vinci with just a bit of foundation or a liquid highlighter. And all-embracing the sustainability mantra of recycling: it is reusable and washable.

3. SHU UEMURA S EYELASH CURLER

This is a true mechanical design for curling eyelashes invented in the 30s and even if the trend today is fake eyelashes we still prefer to cure ours, as long as we have them of course…

4. CONTOURING BRUSHES

Brushes are for professional ones, especially when it comes to the “contouring” technique, the most loved treatment of celebrities, that measures the face’s shape and the lights and shadows of it, true art of sculpture. Michelangelo would be proud.

5. BRUSHES

I know I said it before. But the rule is simple, the more you have the most you will be happy with the result. Eyeshadow pencil brush, shader brushes, large powder brush, bronzer brush, and so on.

6. LIP BALM

For all chapped lips out there. Found the one with Vitamin E-infused balm and choose the flavor you love the most: coconut scent please! Otherwise there is also an extraordinary handmade remedy: honey or chocolate mixed with sugar or salt to put directly on your lips as a natural scrub.

7. ANIMAL BEAUTY MASKS

It was a Korean beauty trend some years ago and the genius who invented them knows how to bring a bit of joy on awful days. There is a huge choice of ingredients and creatures: our favorite?

The Panda one, perfect to pair with the eye mask covering our dark circles.

By Alessandra Busacca