Today I’m reviewing my small collection of Real technique brushes.
These brushes are pretty amazing to say the very least! I’ve read so many reviews claiming they are as good as MAC brushes and I have to agree..I’ve had brushes for £20 more with a lot lesser quality.
They are dense synthetic soft brushes with a sleek standing up design, they apply make-up with ease and pick up colour well plus due to their denseness they don’t waste product.
They are created by YouTube Vloggers ‘Pixiwoo’ and are available at Asda, Superdrug and Boots.
I bought the brushes last year from Asda (They had them on a special ‘Try me’ price). They range in price depending where you purchase them from but generally the single brushes are £5-12 and core collections up to £30.
I use the brush to apply liquid foundation, i apply a small amount to the brush head and buff in circular motions on my face for full coverage, really working it into the skin, I find a little goes a long way.
I use this brush to apply powder blushes/highlighters and it’s a great brush to precise a strong contoured look.
I find this brush too small and flat to apply foundation, I prefer buffing brushes however I use this to apply my concealer to my under eyes.
Great little brush for precise work like concealing smaller areas and precising a bold lip colour.
A big densely compacted brush and my favourite of them all 🙂
I use this to apply my MAC Mineralized skin finish. It’s lovely and soft and big enough to use over the neck and décolletage.
This dual-fibre brush is so multipurpose, I can use it to stipple on foundation, cream blushes & highlighters and gives a HD and airbrushed effect.
The stipple effect gives a lighter/less coverage look compared to the buffing or expert face brushes.
My favourite out of all the brushes, I use this probably everyday.
The ‘Egg shaped’ brush head is perfect for applying an everyday powder, blush and light contour look, gives a very natural look.
Expert face brush
This is very similar to the Buffing brush only more rounded and a little more dense. I use this the same way as the buffing brush.
What’s your favourite?
– Nina @ Louiina xo
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