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I have started gathering a lot of makeup brushes. Mainly due to the fact I am really lazy when it comes to cleaning them, so occasionally I would just buy a new one to get me around cleaning out one of my brushes especially eye shadow brushes after I’ve done any look that involved a dark shade. I have heard a lot of people praising the Real Technique makeup brushes so I thought I would give them a try. And I didn’t just buy one or two, I think I literally bought every one they had when I went to Ulta. To help save on buying them all individually, I got them in the sets. Each set was around $18.00.
One thing I really love about these brushes is that they have a number but on one side they also have the recommended purpose of the brush. Because I forget half the time, which shape brush is for what. The only one I don’t follow the recommendation for is the foundation brush as I use the Real Technique Beauty Blender to buff in my liquid foundation.
Sculpting Brush: features a wide, angled head specifically designed to help create defined contours using cream and liquid makeup
Fan Brush: softly sweeps on powders + whisks away any excess makeup for an even finish
Setting Brush: the key to completing any look with a controlled dusting of powder or highlighter
Detailer brush: precision cut to effortlessly conceal problem areas; or, use with lipstick for long-lasting shape and definition
Pointed foundation brush: use with liquid foundation to build custom coverage
Buffing brush: ideal for full coverage application of powder and mineral foundation
Contour brush: delicately applies highlighter to contour or create sheer, soft-focus finish
Base shadow brush: applies a smooth, flawless foundation of color
Deluxe crease brush: soft, oversized design for effortless contouring
Accent brush: designed for precision detailing, spotlighting, highlighting, and smudging
Pixel-point eyeliner brush: tapered cut is ideal for dense or fine eyeliner application
Brow brush: distinctive shape easily defines eyebrows
What is your favorite makeup brush collection?