2 years ago
This is for the powder brush (100). This was the only brush from the Bold Metals collection that interested me. I have the F30 by Sigma (good brush), the powder brush by the regular Real Techniques line (orange color, can be bought separately) and that's it. This one is so different from them. First of all, it looks like it costs alot more than you would expect if you didn't know the brand or the price. The bristles are white which I like because I can see if any product (foundation, concealer) made its way from my face to this brush while setting/powdering/blending. Second, the bristles are sooo soft. Softer than my other two powder brushes. Powdering is now a welcomed step, thanks to this baby. I am careful while using this brush which is also a plus since my foundation/concealer don't move/end up on the brush (they do when I Sigma F30 and RT Powder Brush). That's because I want to feel the soft bristles. I don't know how else I could explain how this changed the way I applied powder products. The results are always stunning: Less powdery, not cakey. And let me tell you this is the first time my makeup actually looks not powdery/caked. And I not only tried the other two mentioned powder brushes, but also RT Expert Face Brush, Stippling Brush, Buffing Brush, Lamora Flat Kabuki/Tapered Kabuki Brush. Thank God I was so impressed by the design that I bought a backup in case RT decides to discontinue or change this fabulous brush (though at this time I didn't tested the brush yet). It's my HG powder brush and I never could said that about any of my previous powder brushes.
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SkinCombination, Fair-Medium, Neutral
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