Wednesday, 15 January 2014

Real Techniques Stippling Brush




 

The Stippling Brush is one of the single brush offerings from Real Techniques (brush range from Pixiwoo sister Samantha Chapman). I won this in a giveaway on THIS blog, and I love it. I am so glad to have a second one in my collection because I use this for quite a few things. 



The first use I found for this brush is to buff in foundation. The shorter bristles and shape make it perfect for getting a really nice even finishes when buffing in the foundation. I would imagine that it would work for mineral foundation but I've only tried it with liquid or cream foundation. It works really well, and I have one kept aside for just foundation. 

Cream blush and highlighter are how I use my other Real Techniques Stippling brush. The duo fiber nature of the brush means it picks up just the right amount of product, places it on the skin and blends it beautifully. I particularly like it for the NYX Rouge Cream Blushes and the Topshop cream blushes.



Overall, I really love this blush and am glad to have two. The multiple uses and cheap price make it a great investment. They are cruelty free which gives them another point in their favor and you can see them in use on the Real Techniques youtube page. 
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17 comments:

  1. I love my stippling brush from RT I would be lost without it! xx

    Charli | Secrets Behind The Closet Door

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    1. It really is a staple in my collection! Couldn't be without it :)

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  2. Have you seen they are coming out with a range of retractable ones? I don't have any RT brushes, I got some Fraulein 38 ones for Christmas which are really good!! I liked your review, I do think it's important to have a brush like this in your collection. x

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    1. I have seen the retractable ones. I'm really intrigued by them, but the silcone liner brush is my first to get. Seems brilliant. I haven't heard of the Feaulein ones, so might have to do some research on them :)

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  3. This tells me that I really do need to learn some more about make up. Any one want to trade makeup for cookery lessons?

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  4. I love this brush! I use it for my blusher :)

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    1. It is great for blush. I love it for liquid/cream highlight too

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  5. I think I might just need this! #UKBloggers
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  6. heard amazing things about it. it is good to hear that you can apply blush with it. I have trouble applying blushes in general.

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    1. It's really great for cream blush and helps put just the right amount on the cheeks so there is no clown face going on :)

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  7. I love this brush for applying liquid foundation, although I'm sure that's not what it's main purpose is. I'm not sure...

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