Left to Right: Powder Brush, Blush Brush, Expert Face Brush, Stippling Brush
Hey Dolls! Unless you've been living under a rock for the past year or so, you'd have heard of the legendary Real Techniques brushes that are sold in Boots and most recently Superdrug. These are so popular among the beauty blogging community and it's clear to see why as they're so great. I've built quite the collection over the last few months and thought that I'd share my favourites with you as I'd just cleaned them. Hoorah for freshly washed brushes!
The Powder Brush - I suffer with combination skin, so tend to get quite oily around my T-Zone. This makes me that bit more powder happy than other people but this brush works so well for me as it doesn't leave me looking chalky or patchy. I love the size of it, it coats my face with ease and picks up enough product at one time for me to work with not to mention it is ridiculously soft and feels unbelievable against the skin.
The Blush Brush - I may shock a few of you girls here, but I don't wear blusher. I never have and unless I find one I really like I probably never will. I'm much more of a bronzer type of girl and switched from my kabuki brush to this beauty. It's a relatively new purchase but it's been a staple when it comes to my foundation routine and applying bronzer.
The Expert Face Brush - Out of my entire brush collection this is definitely my favourite! It's the newest addition to my little brush family and I'm completely head over heels in love with it! I recently bought the infamous Estée Lauder Double Wear Foundation (which I'll definitely be reviewing in full sometime soon!) and it applies to the skin using this like a dream. It doesn't leave brush strokes and glides easily to cover problem areas so is perfect for more heavy foundations.
The Stippling Brush - This was my first ever Real Techniques brush! I've said in the past I don't like BB Creams as they don't do anything for my skin, but on lazy days I'll wear tinted moisturiser instead of foundation. This brush applies it so well, and I also apply my primer using this brush too. I must admit this doesn't wash as well as my other brushes do, I have no idea why but it's still lovely to use!