30 November 2014


Real Techniques brushes are professional but at a reasonable price. They have synthetic fibre brush hairs making them easy to clean and longer lasting- they also don't shed and are super soft! The Pixiwoo sisters, Samantha and Nic Chapman, created this company and as they're make-up artists, they knew exactly what people want in a brush.

The starter kit is amazing for anyone looking for an affordable set of higher quality eyeshadow brushes. This set includes a range of brushes from blending, to eyeliner to brows so it's everything you could need for the eyes...
Deluxe crease brush: Can be used to apply a darker shade into the outer corner of your eye or alternatively to highlight the brow bone. It's dense which makes it blend eyeshadow easily.
Base shadow brush: Perfect for blending or applying eyeshadow to the crease due to the fluffier, tapered tip.
Accent brush: For precise application to apply a lighter shade in the inner corner or to smudge out your eyeliner, then this is ideal.
Fine liner brush: This thin pointed brush is used for gel or dark eyeshadow liner; if you struggle with applying eyeliner, then this is a great option to improve with.
Brow brush: Our least used brush in the collection is this one, as it's a bit too wide and we prefer a pencil instead of the shadow formulas to fill in our brows.

For the cheapest price, Amazon often have these brushes on offer, or if you want to purchase in store, Boots or Superdrug stock the brand.

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