|Coastal Scents Duo Fiber Blush Brush|
|Rite Aid Renewal Angled Blush Brush|
Angled blush brushes are terrific for highlighting by turning them on their side (so the shorter tip of the brush top is pointed toward your hairline) and just allowing the angle of the brush to do the work. I particular prefer the Rite Aid Renewal Angled Blush Brush for this because out of all my similar brushes to this, it is the smallest. - $8.99 at Rite Aid
|Icing Powder Brush|
I debated about including this since I don't know if it's still available or not, but I do use this quite a bit. The Icing Powder Brush was included in a small brush set that I got for Christmas one year. If you have an Icing Store, (or a Claire's for that matter), near you may find this or something similar. It's just small enough to fit along the tops of my cheekbones.
|Ecotools by Alicia Silverstone Mini Powder Brush|
I've raved about this before, and I'm about to do it again. The Ecotools by Alicia Silverstone Mini Powder Brush (review here) is the absolute PERFECT size for any highlighting job, whether its on the cheekbones, brow bones, or done the bridge of your nose. I do prefer this more for powders though, not so much for liquids or creams. - around $15 for the set (5 brushes total) where ever Ecotools are sold
|Real Techniques Contour Brush|
Lastly for the face brushes is the Real Techniques Contour Brush. All together this is my favorite brush of the bunch for highlighting no matter if you're working with powders, creams or liquids. It edges out all other competition with its ever-so-slightly tapered nature which allows for precision yet still blends effortlessly. - $17.99 for the set (4 brushes total) at realtechniques.com & ulta.com
|Clinique Shader Brush|
I also wanted to give you the option of using eye brushes. These can often be great tools in highlighting. The Clinique Shader Brush is perfect as its probably the best blending brush period in my whole collection. Although it seems a bit too big for eyes, that makes it the perfect size for those smaller areas you want to highlight on the face. - $21.50 at clinique.com
|e.l.f. Angled Contour Brush|
There is absolutely NOTHING this brush can't do! I've already sung the e.l.f. Angled Contour Brush's praises in regards to concealer application (check that out here), but it's also great for precise highlighting for the same reason it exceeds at concealing: its small, angled, and flat top! - $3 at eyeslipsface.com
So hopefully if you've been looking for good brush for highlighting this post will get you started with ideas. I highly suggest looking through your own stash of brushes, be them for face or eyes, before rushing off to buy a brush just for highlighting. You probably already have a great brush!