Real Techniques

Real Techniques was founded by Samantha and Nicola Chapman, sisters and former makeup artists. They became well-known for their Pixiwoo makeup channel on YouTube, and eventually launched Real Techniques brush collection in 2011. The brushes are cruelty-free, made of synthetic Taklon and not tested on animals.* *Source: Wikipedia
https://realtechniques.com/

image 0image 1image 2image 3image 4image 5image 6image 7image 8image 9image 10image 11image 12image 13image 14

4.3

48 products

2,969 reviews

82% would repurchase

Recent Real Techniques Reviews

Makeup Brushes -Real Techniques -Deep Cleansing Gel

on 12/8/2018 9:13:00 PM

foto

Crap. Consistency of raw egg white means it’s hard to control what comes out and it never cleans liquid product from bristles and it’s even struggled with darker powder products too. Friend had same experience from same product from totally different store too. I usually use mild shampoo or mild nice hand soap and will be going back to that.



Makeup Brushes -Real Techniques -Luminous Lip Set

on 12/8/2018 9:05:00 PM

foto

£3.99 on Superdrug is a steal for this. I bought a set for my lipstick palettes and ended up buying two more just to have a couple more exfoliating brushes which are hands down better than any lip scrub or exfoliating lipsticks. Tin is really good for having them in handbag and mirror on lid is a nice touch. Easy to clean too.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.


Misc Beauty Tools -Real Techniques - Miracle Complexion Sponge

on 12/6/2018 9:54:00 AM

foto

I’ve used the original Beauty Blender and opted for his cheaper dupe recently. I think the Beauty Blander is slightly better BUT not so much better that it justifies such a different price. I’m stick to the real techniques sponge which I really enjoy. The sponge is definitely a bit firmer but I think it absorbs less product than the BB.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.


Makeup Brushes -Real Techniques -Setting Brush

foto

This has become my go to under eye setting powder brush. It is gentle for this area yet very effective. It can be used for setting, blending and or baking. You can also use it for highlighting and sweeping fallout away but tbh I just use it for setting my under eye powders and pin pointing smaller areas to set like blemishes or dark spots and am perfectly happy with its performance. Not to mention for a fraction of the price compared to some higher end brushes. Newbies and pros: this one is totally worth having in your makeup brush arsenal!

2 of 2 people found this helpful.


Misc Beauty Tools -Real Techniques -Expert Air Cushion Sponge

Great sponge, but one serious problem: it somehow sheds every time I use it. I don't know if I got a dud or what, as I've never had a new sponge of any kind do this before, but it leaves a smattering of black sponge debris in its wake when I use it with my cushion compacts. And it's not like I'm being rough with it! I'm just gently tapping the sponge against my skin.

Which is a shame as I really really like the concept of this tool! It's given new life to the foundation compacts I had given up on because I found their sponges too awkward to hold. It gives you the same barely there coverage and airbrushed finish of the sponges that come with the compacts, but the handle makes it much easier to use/maneuver. I haven't tried it with other kinds of foundation, but I'm sure it'd be great with all cream and liquid foundations. I'd rate this item as a 5 if it weren't for the fallout issue, but a sponge slowly falling apart from the get go is not an issue I can overlook.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Popular Real Techniques Products


Core Collection
Core Collection
263 Reviews
Buffing Brush
Buffing Brush
150 Reviews
Setting Brush
Setting Brush
146 Reviews
Powder Brush
Powder Brush
145 Reviews

Top Rated Real Techniques Products

image

Setting Brush

146 reviews
image

Buffing Brush

150 reviews
image

Powder Brush

145 reviews
image

Sculpting Brush

37 reviews

Back to Top