Real Techniques brushes are decent brushes. I own almost all of them, and like them a lot. Some are not so great (ex. powder brush, which is too scratchy IMO), but this blush baby is worth its weigh in gold. I love it!
Having heard so many raves about the RT product line, and needing a new blush brush, I decided to go for this one.
To reiterate others, it is indeed very soft and has held up well, with minimal shedding. It is slightly bulky, but I have not found it to be overly so. More annoying in terms of storage, but not difficult to use.
I am not a 'blush person' per se, so the fact that does not pick up tons of product works for me, way more than other blush brushes I have used. I normally go for a swirly, finishing flush, and this brush is just tapered enough to accomplish that feat. I especially like that it's easy to accomplish simple blush for a quick, work appropriate look.
Having been slightly flummoxed by decent blush application in the past, I can appreciate this as a relatively idiot-proof brush!
The quality and price tag make this one hard to pass up. The bristles are extremely soft and never shed. I actually like using it to apply setting powder more than the RT powder brush. Wish it wasn't so bulky though. I've heard a few complaints about the bristles being too soft that it ends up not picking up a lot of product. I actually prefer this because I tend to wear blushes that are really pigmented and I feel it gives me better control over how much blush I put on my cheeks.
Real techniques brushes are synthetic and ridiculously soft!!! I personally don't find myself using this brush as often as I would like. I actually use it to blend my bronZer and blush together. I find that it's too soft to pick up blush color and too soft to strongly contour my face. For these reasons, I would not repurchase this particular brush but Sam chapman's other brushes are amazing!
I have a love and hate relationship with this brush. It is soft and gentle, but I don't really know if I prefer it over other brushes for blush. Maybe it's only my thing, but I prefer a smaller brush that picks up a certain amount of product and that requires manual blending, rather than a domed brush that does the work for me. Overall is a good product, I think it comes down to a matter of personal choice.
- no shedding
- reasonably price
- no bleeding with washing
- super soft
- multi purpose
- difficult to find
- i think it is too big for blush which is what it was design for
Finally mange to get my hands on one of these brushes since Canada Wal-mart is only stocking the kits and they do not have individual brushes. The brush is super soft and it feels like a babies' bottom on my face. I use this for bronzer since it is super fluffy and soft and applies like a dream with no blotches and it does not apply a harsh like.
Real Techniques continue to blow me away with these great brushes! I honestly have stopped using my mac and sigma brushes. This is the best blush brush ever! It applies blush so well and I've even found it perfect for powder. I use this daily (:
Cannot recommend it enough.
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This is the best blush brush. It distributes product evenly and blends without me having to try. It is super easy to wash and dries super fast. An hour after washing it I can use it again. I love they way it looks. Sleek and pretty. Will definitely be getting a back up and I absolutely want to try more brushes from the line.
Like the brush, but that is all . Kind of disappointed bc I had high expectations since all the other brushes from this line are GREAT. I would rather use it for powder other than blush. Doesn't pick up a good amount of product, either too much or too little. Definitely my least favorite of all her brushes.
Either I got a bad brush, or everyone here is paid by Samantha. Because this brush is absolute crap. It hurts my face so much I can't even start to explain. It even hurts when i brush it against my hand. When I compare this to my eco tools brush, its like a baby bottom smooth vs a porcupine. not to mention that this is too big to be a blush brush.