Today's blog post is all about these Real Techniques brushes! They are brushes from their MultiTech collection.
The collection includes seven brushes and one sponge. They all have the same design, they are tapered but each brush is a different size. I think it's amazing!
The tapered point is for detail and the base of the brush lets you blend. How awesome?!
These brushes are absolutely gorgeous!! As you can see, they have white handles and super soft white and black heads.
I'm a real fan of Real Techniques brushes. I think they are so affordable and amazing quality for the price! They are also easy to get your hands because they are sold in Boots and Superdrug.
Real Techniques were the first brand of brushes I'd ever gone out and bought! I still continue to buy them to this day!
Below are pictures of the brushes and sponge, and ways that they can be used!
♡ Point Makeup Sponge - I'm a massive fan of RT's sponges (I have about 4 orange ones, they are amazing lol) so I'm super excited for this one! This sponge is ideal for foundation, concealer, contouring, highlight, cream blush etc. Pretty much anything! It also comes with its own little stand - how cute!
♡ Point XL - I think this brush is a lovely sized brush! It's perfect for applying foundation, powder, bronzer and would also be good to use when baking.
♡ Point L - this brush is a bit smaller than the XL brush (obviously, because there isn't an X in front of it - duh Jess!) This brush is perfect for applying blusher, contouring, detailed bronzing etc.
These are the smaller ones out of the collection. They come with their own brush stand - love it!
The size of the brushes are perfect for precise application.
♡ Point XXXS - brow filling, smudged and smokey liner, lip detailing.
♡ Point XXS - lip blending, detailed highlight and shadow.
♡ Point XS - concealer, crease shadow, colour correcting.
♡ Point S - concealer, contour lines, lid shadow, highlight.
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Obviously, the ways listed to use each brush are only suggestions. Makeup application knows no boundaries - you can use these brushes for whatever you'd like!
I'm absolutely loving this MultiTech collection and I know that you guys will aswell, if you haven't got any brushes from this collection already!
Have you tried Real Techniques brushes? If so, which is your fave? :)
Thanks for reading,