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Let me start this brush post by stating this: Before purchasing this Real Techniques brush set, I only used a Chanel powder blush, Chanel angled brush, 2 Suesh eyeshadow brushes, Bare Escentuals stippling brush and that’s about it. The Chanel brushes shed like crazy but I’ve stuck with them because they pick up product well and get the job done anyway. Also, I used brushes mainly for blush, bronzer and highlighters only. My eye brushes weren’t used as much because I only put on eyeshadows on rare occasions. It’s only very recently that I’ve been dabbling on learning about eyeshadows and eye brushes. In short, my take on these brushes will be of of a newbie’s point of view. This Buffing Brush alone is enough reason for me to buy the entire set. I’ve never really used any kind of brush to put on my foundation (only used my stippling brush thrice!) because I feel that I can spread it easier with my fingers. So yes, prior to this brush, I only used my fingers in applying foundation and concealer. I can’t compare this brush to any brush such as MAC’s or Sigma’s as I’ve never owned any of them. My take on this brush is that when I used it with my Mac Studio Fix Fluid, it blended the liquid foundation smoothly and left a very airbrushed effect onto my skin which most beauty bloggers have claimed! I didn’t know what that meant until I saw it for myself — something I wouldn’t be able to achieve with using only my handy dandy fingers.
The Pointed Foundation Brush is my least favorite of the bunch. I’ve never liked applying with foundation brushes, I tried once and I felt frustrated as I had to keep on spreading and brushing. With this, I had to brush more as it is smaller compared to regular sized foundation brushes — it just takes longer! However, it spreads product evenly and I found that its main function is to spread foundation onto the corners of my nose area as it fits perfectly in there. I also used it for applying concealer and it does a great job blending my Bobbi Brown corrector and MAC Studio Finish concealer for a smoother finish.All in all, I’m very happy with this brush set. I haven’t experienced any shedding! I washed them for the first time before usage and they dried very quickly without any deformations whatsoever. I think I wouldn’t need anything else for my face except for a Setting Brush to put on loose powder and a Stippling Brush for lighter foundation coverage. Those two Real Technique brushes are next on my list! I think after discovering the joys of using makeup brushes, I’ve become a brushaholic! On my next post, I’ll be reviewing the Starter Collection which is the eye brush set along with a Face of the Day using the Core Collection which is this one. Also have to mention thank you to Carefreeshopper, a trusted seller over at the Multiply Marketplace for a hassle-free transaction! Got my brushes the next day right after I placed my order. I recommend their shop for up-to-date MAC products and other makeup goodies that aren’t easily available in any other cosmetic online shop. Check them out!
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