Real Techniques Brushes
There are a lot of glowing reviews about the Real Techniques brushes and they are a very popular choice of brush. I use Nanshy brushes for applying most of my makeup which you can read about here but wanted to try out the Real Techniques stippling brush for applying my foundation after reading such good reviews. The brush is a little expensive, I bought it in Superdrug but you can get it much cheaper online.
Real Techniques Brushes are cruelty free and uses taklon bristles. The brush is quite unique in that it is dual fibre, the brush has fewer long bristles that are white combined with very densely packed, shorter, black fibres. This made such a difference when applying my foundation. I apply my foundation to my hand, pick up a small amount with the brush and in small circular motions apply it to my face. I only get foundation on the white tips of the brush and gently apply it evenly. The coverage difference the brush has made is fantastic, I have tried it with both my cheaper Rimmel foundation as well as my NARS foundation. The stippling brush has made a bigger difference in coverage result and evenness than brand or expense of foundation used. If you are looking to improve the look of your complexion I would suggest first trying the stippling brush to see the results before changing or upgrading foundation.
Real Techniques Brushes are designed with a slightly weighted base so that they can stand alone, this is great for keeping your dressing table clear and organised. The Real Techniques Stippling brush has a structured flat top brush that can help you build a flawless base on your skin. Many people use this brush not only for liquid foundation but also powder, blush or blonzer. Real Techniques Brushes are colour coded corresponding to a key step of makeup application. The Pink brushes are used for finishing off your look although I think the stippling brush should be in their orange colour code for creating a flawless finish. This brush is fantastic for applying foundation, giving you an even canvas and improving the look of you complexion.
Have you tried Real Techniques Brushes?