Saturday, 6 April 2013

Real Techniques Brush Review


I have a few of these brushes in collection and I am totally IN LOVE with them.  (Quick note, the two middle brushes are my blusher brush from Claires, and my highlighter brush from e.l.f.  And the brush role is homemade, comment if you would like me to do a post on that, its very simple and easy to do!)

Oh, and please excuse my dirty brushes.  I am in Spain at the moment and haven't cleaned my brushes in a few days.  

I have had my stippling brush for quite a while now and have loved using it for my foundation, which has been Revlon Colorstay and Bourjois healthy mix foundation.  It blended them in so well and I have not gone back to using my hands for foundation ever since, I find I just don't get the same finish.  



And recently, I have purchased the expert face brush and the blush brush.  I have wanted the blush brush for so long because so many bloggers and youtubers have been raving about it but I always managed to talk myself out of it.  But when boots had their 3 for 2 I just simple could not resist! And I am so glad that I didn't!  I have used this brush for my powder and for my bronzer,  and its perfect for both.  Its so soft and the tapered that its perfect for contouring your cheeks.  


Then because it was 3 for 2 I picked up the expert face brush and Revlon's Nearly Naked foundation.  I had looked up prior to my visit to boots what others thought the best real techniques brushes were, and this was high on most peoples list, so I decided to give it a whirl.  I love how dense this brush is and it is perfect for blending in the revlon foundation. 


Overall, I love these brushes and I am so glad I picked them up.  My base makeup to me is the most important part of my makeup regime and so having good brushes for that is the most important thing! Have any of you tried the eye brushes?  If so, are they worth me spending my money on them or not? 

Have a great day, Annabel 



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