BEAT FOUNDATION BRUSH EVER?? I have only used it twice and I was shook, I did not even need to go in with a beauty blender. Only problem is that it’s quite pricey but it’s sooo worth it. I am so in love with this brush. I don’t regret my purchase.
We all just need all the RT brushes because what is life without them.
This brush is perfect for blending out foundation and even cream contour. It feels so nice on the skin and they're such awesome quality. I've not had any shedding on any of them and they're older than 2 years.
When not applying foundation with my blender then this is my go to, they're affordable, readily available nowadays and of great quality. Its the perfect sized brush for applying foundation. Its a multifunction brush (I use for foundation as well as a highlighter and bronzer). The brush is easy to clean and I've had no shedding of bristles. For me - this is money well spent.
"Real Techniques brushes, designed by pro makeup artist Sam and Nic Chapman, combine high-tech materials with innovative design to make creating a pixel-perfect look easier than ever.
This brush is the trade secret for creating airbrushed, high-definition results with all types of makeup.Its duo-fiber design allows it to pick up and hold product in the base bristles—while the top, feathery bristles give you a smooth, flawless finish."
I own nearly all of the RT brushes and this is probably my least favourite :/ I think it is more to do with me not knowing how to use it properly because I know a LOT of people who love it - yet it always makes my face super streaky with horrible blending. I would still recommend this to a friend though as it seems to be a firm favourite with other people!
I have found the perfect foundation brush...and I had to share it with everyone. If you did not know, Real Techniques brushes was designed by one half of the Youtube Channel Pixiewoo, Samantha Chapman. I received the Stippling brush as a present from America for my birthday but I priced it and it was $9.99 which is roughly R92, which is a good price for a makeup brush.
Firstly, this brush is made of synthetic hair. So if you are again using brushes with animal hair, this is perfect for you. So I compared this to my mac brushes to feel the difference. My mac brushes (which are made of goat hair) are a lot softer but not as sturdy as the synthetic hair. The real techniques bristles are a bit "plasticky" when you touch it with your hands but you do not feel it when you use it on your face. the bristles are not packed incredibly tightly so I use this for foundation and not cream blush. The mac duo fibre brush is packed tighter and this makes it easer to apply my cream blush.
Secondly, the brush itself is adorable. Its hot pink color and is very light. I prefer a sturdy brush usually but I can overlook the lightness of this brush because I like it so much. The handle is made of aluminum and has a flat base so that the brush can stand up on its own.
The third and final thing I want to comment on is the application. I use so much less foundation now that I have started using this brush. Its amazing. I pour a little foundation onto my hand and then pick it up with this brush. I then place small amounts all over my face and begin blending. Your skin looks flawless and you do not have to worry about any streaks!
My camera has died on me so i took the picture from http://en.paperblog.com/real-techniques-stippling-brush-197103/