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Real Techniques Makeup Brushes Hits & Misses

Real Techniques Makeup Brushes Hits & Misses and how I use them. Find out all about these high quality affordable drugstore vegan makeup brushes!

Real Techniques Makeup Brushes

Today I’m sharing my Real Techniques Makeup Brushes Hits & Misses & How I use them. I’ve only ever reviewed the Real Techniques PowderBleu brushes, even though I’ve been buying Real Techniques since they launched. I tell you what I love and hate about them. I filmed this before I bought a bunch of the new Brush Crush brushes, which are the purple glitter brushes and I LOVE those!

All brushes purchased by me except the PowderBleu.

Real Techniques Makeup Brushes Look

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Fashion
Bobbi Boss Yara Purple Wig
Rogue & Wolf Eclipse Necklace
Ringly Smart Ring
Bellabeat Leaf Urban
PattyBoutik Black Top

Eyes 
Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Too Faced Glitter Glue – lid
Milani Prep Set Go Powder
Melt Last Caress – transition
Suva Beauty Turkish Bath – to blend out the edges of Last Caress
Kat Von D L42 Powder – to clean up under brows
Melt Meanstreak – outer v, outer lid, outer lower lid
Colour Pop 143 – outer v, outer lid, outer lower lid
LASplash Medusa – liner
Too Faced Glitter Glue – lid
Aromaleigh Inward Melodies – lid
Sigma Final Touch – lower waterline
Aromaleigh Selene – highlight
Urban Decay Heavy Metal Glitter in Grind – inner lid
Urban Decay Heavy Metal Glitter in Punk Rock – outer lower lid
Eyeko Black Magic mascara
Eylure 05 Lashes
Colour Pop Jet Set Black pencil

Face
Hourglass Veil Mineral Primer
Idun Minerals Nordic Veil Foundation in Jorunn
Nudestix Sculpt pencil – contour
Tarte Seduce – blush
Hourglass Euphoric Fusion – blush
Makeup Geek Celestial – highlight
Aromaleigh Selene – highlight
Urban Decay All Nighter Spray

Lips
Urban Decay Hex pencil
Sugarpill Kimchi lipstick

You may want to check out my Glittery Blackened Berry Tutorial!

Real Techniques Makeup Brushes Hits & Misses Video

Where to Buy the Brushes

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What do you think of the real techniques makeup brushes? Do you own any? Which are your hits or misses?

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3 Comments

  • I have my fair share of Real Techniques brushes. One of them is the All Over Powder brush that’s so bulky to store. I wish I waited for their Brush Crush collection to come out which is sooo beautiful to look at and much easier to store (it has the tapered end) because the powder brush is just calling my name. Also, I saw a lot of RT brushes from the Bold Metals collection being sold at several TJMAXX stores in CT at the fraction of the cost. I own the eyeshadow crease and blush brush from that collection and can’t recommend them enough.

  • I’m a big fan of Real Techniques brushes. I’ve been eyeing the blend and blur brushes since they launched, but I was worried they might not be user friendly. Thanks for the recommendations!I’ll go ahead and scoop them up on my next Ulta trip.

  • I loved the expert face brush for foundation and used mine for almost 2 years, daily use, and washing it once a week. I never had any issues with it until it neared the 2 year mark and it started shedding LIKE CRAZY. I figured it was just at the end of it’s life and bought a new one. But the new one shed like crazy from the start. Not sure if I just got a bad batch, or if they’ve changed the way they make them, but it’s super frustrating! I haven’t found another dense foundation brush like it that I liked as much.
    Have you or anyone else here had a similar problem with the brushes?

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