I was lucky enough to come across a Travel Kit that had 3 Real Technique Brushes and a travel case! I use the multi task brush to set my face with powder. It is soft, the bristles are tapered and applies powder effortlessly. I have been told that this brush is not sold separate from this kit….it needs to be because it is such a great brush! Other uses would be blush and bronzer (2 products I do not wear).
This brush came in the Travel kit as well. I mostly use it to apply powdered primer to my under eyes and have used it with concealer as well. The tapered design of the brush makes it easy to use under the eyes and reach the corners of the eyes and nose area.
Travel Essentials Kit from Real Techniques
This brush is a beauty lovers favourite! I have seen in almost every makeup, beauty and product picture from many beauty gurus all over social media, this is 9 times out of 10 in the picture or tagged as a favourite go-to brush! The tip of the brush is shaped in a way that is perfect for getting into the inner corners of the eyes whether you are blending out concealer or setting your under eye with powder. This brush is soft, such great quality, amazing value for what it does and can do. This one is my favourite out of all of the Real Techniques brushes I’ve tried! I use it to set my under eye concealer and/or to brush away extra powder after I have baked my under eye area. I will be picking up another one to keep on hand…just in case! Check out my full review on this brush here.
Not pictured but defiantly not forgotten! Between the Setting brush and this sponge Real Techniques has my vote for brushes and tools any day! I did a full review on my love for this baby. Check it out here!
The first in my fleet of eye brushes is the domed shadow brush. Again, it was apart of the travel kit that I bought. This brush is great for blending shadows and great as a crease brush. I use it as both depending on the eye look that day!
I love this brush for packing on loose pigment shadows. It picks up the product so nice and even and applies with little effort and presser. Great for days when you just want one shadow on the lids for a minimal look.
You do not have to use a brush the way the name suggests! This brush is a denser, harder bristle. This IS a great brush for contouring the nose area, however, I use it to highlight under my brow or add some dark shadow to my crease or outer eye for some definition.
*(The closet trick is when you turn all your hangers around facing the wrong way. Every time you wear an item, you turn the hanger back the right way. At the end of the trial (whatever time frame you gave yourself) the hangers that are left turned the wrong way should be removed from your closet as you didn’t wear them! There are some exceptions to the rule: seasonal wear and formal wear are not included in this)
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Disclaimer: All products were purchased by me. These are my own, personal, honest opinions. Not a sponsored review. Talsbeautyopinion is not a makeup artist, beauty or skincare specialist and will not be held liable for any recommendations. Therefore, try at your own risk.