Misc Beauty Tools - Real Techniques - Miracle Complexion Sponge

5.0
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5 hours ago

The material of this sponge is a little stiffer than what I'm used to but within time, my sponge was able to soften up. I've never used the Beauty Blender sponge (a $25 sponge? really???) but I've also never been disappointed with drugstore alternatives to justify anything more expensive. When I'm not using my RMS foundation which I can apply with my hands, I use this sponge …Read more

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Makeup Brushes - Real Techniques - Lash-Brow Groomer

4.0
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25 days ago

I really really love this, it's sturdy and it's lasted me a long time with the bristles still intact. My only complaint is the little plastic guard thing that goes over the metal comb doesn't stick on well and as a result got lost really early so now I get brutally stabbed at least once a week reaching into my makeup bag. Be warned, keep that little plastic guard thing at all …Read more

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Makeup Brushes - Real Techniques - Concealer Brush

5.0
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1 month ago

Call me crazy but this is an amazing brush to use for an all over “one and done” eyeshadow look. It has short dense bristles that are soft and do not irritate delicate eyelid skin. It has a relatively flat top, might have an ever so slight dome shape to it, which is perfect for swirling in my shadow of choice and buffing all over my lid, in the crease and onto the hood all in one shot. I have …Read more

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Makeup Brushes - Real Techniques - Powder Brush

5.0
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1 month ago

This is the best makeup brush I ever bought. I've had it for years and washed it over and over and it still looks like new. It's the softest bristles of any brush I've used. So soft you cannot even feel it on your face. It applies powder perfectly, much better than the puffs that come with compacts. As for packaging I do remember it came in an annoying flimsy plastic case that was …Read more

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Makeup Brushes - Real Techniques - Expert Face Brush

5.0
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2 months ago

Constantly repurchasing makeup sponges was irritating to me, even the cheaper versions plus they were cumbersome to travel with. I've been going back and reaching for this brush more and more lately and I've fallen back in love with it. It's dense enough to quickly apply my foundation and it doesn't absorb a lot of product. I find I can use this 3-5 times to apply my …Read more

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Makeup Brushes - Real Techniques - Expert Face Brush

5.0
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2 months ago

I've never reviewed a brush because I can't say that any brush ever stood out to me. I owned this brush for a long time before I discovered that it was a game changer for foundation. I have bought so many highly rated foundations and been so disappointed. Then I tried this with a foundation that I thought was a fail and I was ready to return. Well, WOW- totally different experience. The …Read more

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Makeup Brushes - Real Techniques - Blush Brush

4.0
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2 months ago

I got this one a few weeks ago as the brush that I would use for my cheek was losing bristles, so I had to pick a new one...that’s when I bought the RT one as I thought it would work well. The brush handle feels solid, good length and it just feels good in the hand.The bristles are very soft, but I feel that they are too long and there is not enough density to it, it’s too loose to apply blush as the blush can go anywhere…it’s hard to apply it on the cheeks plus it won’t pick up enough blush as the bristles are synthetic and it’s too loose. I don’t like to use it as a blush brush but I do like it too apply bronzer! Read more

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Makeup Brushes - Real Techniques - Powder Brush

5.0
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3 months ago

I’ve been using it for nearly 2 years and it has a solid handle which feels good in the hand, has a good length and the middle part is metal and the lower part is plastic or rubber I would say. The lower part of the handle goes a bit wider which is a bit annoying as I always have trouble to put it in my cub with the other brushes. But I saw on their website that they’ve changed the handle and color which is good. The bristles are soft and synthetic and apply the powder evenly, I do love using it to reduce bronzer or blush powder if I applied a bit too much! Read more

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Makeup Brushes - Real Techniques - Blush Brush

5.0
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3 months ago

I love this brush for applying bronzer because it’s got the right amount of fluffiness and density. You get an even application of bronzer without making the product look streaky or patchy. The brush isn’t too large with is great for precise bronzing and contouring but it can also deliver a diffused effect. The bristles are so soft and feel so high quality. These brushes are so underrated and so …Read more

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