Thursday, 1 August 2013

REVIEW: Real Techniques Stippling Brush

I have walked past this brush so many times and thought "I need that product". There are so many positive reviews on the Real Technique brushed so I decided it was about time I put it to the test.

This is the Real Techniques Stippling Brush (£11.99)

 

The brush promises to "Create a flawless base which helps you build coverage gradually for an airbrushed, high definition result" - Real Techniques

The Brush is packaged in a long, thin box with information provided on both the front and back. The brush itself is quite small with a pinch in the handle creating an hourglass sort of body. 

The brushes use Taklon fibres which basically means the hair is synthetic. They are also hand-cut which to me screams brush TLC. The brushes are colour coded in order to allow ease of access and define the use which is such a great idea! The stipple brush is pink which means it is within the 'perfect finish' category and also has a name on the side in order to allow easy reference.  

 

So, when I got home from buying this brush I couldn't wait any longer. I took off my makeup with my usual routing, cleanse, tone, moisturise, prime. I then went straight in and dipped the brush into the product I had on my hand. I decided to use the Collection 2000 Lasting Perfection Foundation (£5.99) in Ivory. I love this foundation as the coverage is brilliant and also, it is one of the only foundations that really look well on my skin colour. I am very pale so finding a foundation is a full blown mission for me!

The brush instantly gave me an airbrushed look. by using a circular buffing motion I gained such a good application of product. The brush has an extended aluminium ferrule and this really does ease the application and control of the brush. 

All in all I am extremely satisfied with this brush and so glad I bought it! It really has changed my foundation application. I will defiantly be investing in some more Real Technique brushes! 

What are your thoughts on the Real Technique brushes and which would you recommend?

Lots of Love

2 comments:

  1. Great review. Write some more as soon as you have another brushes.

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    1. I will be purchasing some soon! thanks! x

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