Saturday, 11 October 2014

Weekly Favourite #5

Weekly Favourite number 5 had to be one of my new Real Techniques products - the foundation brush!
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Just a few days ago I received my order of Real Techniques brushes and already I am just so amazed by them. I have only used them once but just once is normally enough for me to know whether a product is going to be good or not. First impressions really do count. 

I ordered the Core Collection and the Blush Brush. I am going to do a full review of both of these in a few weeks time but I wanted to include the Pointed Foundation Brush as this weeks favourite. 

I had been wanting some really good makeup brushes for a while and I knew that if I was going to treat myself and buy some, I was going to do it properly and get a proper set which can start of my collection. I wanted to get brushes that I would actually use and I knew that this set had everything including this foundation brush. Obviously I had brushes like this before but this was a lot smaller and because of that I was worried it might be harder to apply and blend in my foundation. I couldn't be more wrong, it was only better! 

I put a pump of foundation onto my hand and then took a bit at a time to cover each part of my face. I then used the brush to blend it in. The great thing about this brush is that you can really get into any creases e.g. around the nose and eyes. I had heard that these brushes make your makeup go on a lot easier and make your skin look flawless. I was a little sceptical but I can now say that exact thing, my skin looks great! It really worked when trying to hide any marks or blemishes on my skin and I felt like my skin didn't feel as heavy after i'd applied the foundation. Before i'd sometimes feel like my makeup wasn't blended in properly so it feels heavy throughout the day. That shouldn't happen again now I have this amazing brush! Along with the rest of the set which is just as good. 

I could rave about this all day but I don't want to bore you so i'll leave it at this for now and do a proper review soon!

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Little Fickle said...

I tend to use my expert face brush for large expanses of skin (cheeks, forehead, chin etc.) but you're right that this is far better to make sure makeup is right in the creases against my nose and it's great for under the eyes too. I really do have a soft sport for real techniques!

Sammy xo.

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