Are you letting Photoshop tell you which brush works best?
Standard brushes are meant for standard work
Want brushes designed for retouching perfectionists?
Nobody paints a Mona Lisa using crappy brushes. When it comes to retouching, the same idea applies. A soft round brush may work for general things. But when things get dirty, it becomes practically useless.
If you want to do extremely detailed retouching work, you’re going to need a better brush. The Pro Workflow series of brushes for Photoshop is designed to help do tasks that the engineers at Photoshop probably never imagined.
I mean, do you really think they thought about how Photoshop could add glitter to make up? Or thought about the best brush to smooth out frizzy, uneven hair? Do you really think those cut-throat engineers could imagine what brush would work best for shaping an eyebrow?
I seriously can’t imagine anybody over at Photoshop fretting about the specifics of how to retouch your beauty portrait.
That’s why the best brushes for beauty retouching come from third-party developers- People like Style-My-Pic who broaden what Photoshop can do effectively. And these 41 brushes are indispensable ones for controlling the impact of your beauty and glamour portraits.
You’re going to get ones that can add makeup in varying degrees of vibrancy. Brushes that smooth out skin blemishes and untamed hair. Ones that create special effects like dust particles and rain. And do essential tasks like dodging and burning.
Here are some things I was able to do right out of the gate:
- Thicken my facial stubble (for an IG selfie, of course)
- Introduce cool special effects like smoke and rain
- Defrizz my hair with a hair flow brush
Right now, you’re getting these brushes for an absurdly good price. But it won’t last long, I promise you. So get them now!
Watch These Brushes for Photoshop in Action
So you’re probably wondering which brushes are included? No worries. At the bottom, you’ll see all 41 brushes. But before you give it look, let me tell one more thing that I couldn’t resist about them. And it’s why should get them.
They’re absolutely light on artificiality. What I mean is, they’re not going to SUCK. The makeup, special effects, and retouching they allow look as good as real. As long as you don’t go overboard, you’ll get a portrait that doesn’t scream Photoshop.
I’ve already done up some of my own selfies. And let me tell you, I look a whole lot better! It’s pretty crazy. Look below for brushes that you’ll get.
- Universal Hard Brush
- Universal Soft Brush
- Dodge n Burn
- Calligraphy Pen
- Smooth Doodler
- Draw & Sketch
- Art Brush
- Acrylic Paint
- Spray Can
- Soft Blender
- Powder Puff
- Makeup Brush
- Cosmetic Glitter
- Skin Texture
- Skin Cloning Brush
- Stubble Shaved
- Stubble Heavy
- Single Hair Strand
- Hair Flow Small
- Hair Flow Large
- Eyebrow 1 Upper Left+Right
- Eyebrow 1 Lower Left+Right
- Eyebrow 2 Upper Left+Right
- Eyebrow 2 Lower Left+Right
Special Effects Brushes-
- Dust Particles
- Fairy Pixie Dust Trail
Tired of Photoshop’s one-size-fits-all approach to brushes?
Stock up on specialized brushes that contour to your beauty retouching needs.