Real Technique brushes ðŸ–Œ

My lovely husband bought me a few Real Technique brush sets as I have wanted some got ages and they were on offer on Groupon 👍 Here’s what I got, how much they cost and which ones are my favourites…

Core collection  Â£11.99

Contour Brush: delicately applies highlighter to the cheek bones for a sheer, soft focus Contour. 

Pointed Foundation Brush: unique cut for use with liquid foundation to build custom coverage.

Detailer Brush: precision cut to effortlessly conceal problem areas; or, use with lipstick for long lasting shape and definition.

Buffing Brush: Ultra plush bristles ideal for full coverage application of powder and mineral foundation.

Panoramic case: The duel carrier and stand keeps brushes organised on your counter or on the go. Also perfect for drying brushes upside down.

Deluxe gift set £14.49

Multi Task Brush: for effortless application of powder, blush and bronzer.

EXCLUSIVE Tapered Foundation Brush: features a sense, rounded head for a perfect complexion.

EXCLUSIVE Angles Highlighter Brush: add Glow to your cheeks or use for contouring of the nose.

Base Shadow Brush: applies a sooth flawless foundation of colour.

Fine Liner Brush: for precision application of liquid or cream eyeliner.

EXCLUSIVE Glam To Go Clutch: stores brushes for touching your your look on the go!

Starter kit
The starter kit comes with: 

  • A Brow Brush 
  • Base Shadow Brush 
  • Deluxe Crease Brush 
  • Fine Liner Brush
  • Accent Brush

    My favourites 

    These are a few of the brushes that kind have enjoyed using in particular.

    (From top):

    • Buffing Brush
    • Base Shadow Brush 
    • Angled Highlighter Brush 
    • Contour Brush 

      The Buffing Brush is really good for blending your make up and for the finishing touch. When I’ve done my contouring with bronzer, applied blusher and highlighter I like to blend using this Brush.  

      The Base Shadow Brush is great for applying both creme and powder eyeshadow and is a really nice shape.

      The Angled Highlighter Brush is amazing for applying highlighter! I love this one so much. The angled brush sweeps across the cheek bones really nicely and adds a lovely subtle light to your face.  

      The Contour Brush is the perfect shape and size for applying both creme or powder. This is perfect for defining my cheekbones.

      Are there any other Real Technique brushes you could recommend? Let me know!

      Until next time,

      Roseanne 🙂

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