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20 August 2014

Real Techniques Core Collection Review


Buffing Brush - I use this brush for different things, whether it is foundation, bronzer or powder. The brush itself is designed to apply mineral foundation and powder which it does fine. However, I wouldn't recommend it to apply your 'normal' foundation due to the fact it doesn't blend extremely well - I found that out the hard way.

Contour Brush - this brush is probably my favourite out of the kit. I find that some contour brushes are the wrong size and make the result of your bronzer look terrible, but this brush is beyond perfect. Its holds the right amount of bronzer on and creates a perfect look. I highly recommend this brush even if you don't want to invest in the kit.


Pointed Foundation Brush - I ignore the word 'foundation' in the name of this brush because I personally think its too small to apply foundation. Instead I use it for concealer because I think its amazing if you are looking to blend in a large amount of concealer and is also great for around the nose.

Detailer Brush - I hardly ever use this brush. It can be used to conceal small areas or to apply lipstick, I actually haven't tried it with lipstick but from what I've heard it does a great job and defines them well.

All the Real Techniques sets are a great value for money (I've not seen one over £30). If you were to buy a single RT brush on its own it would be around £10 so getting 4 for £21.99 is an amazing deal - am I right or am I right?

I hope you enjoyed reading this post and I helped you if you are looking into buying a new brush set and wanted to know how others used each one and their reviews.

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Keep smiling:)
Love Abbey xx

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