REAL TECHNIQUES BOLD METALS 201 POINTED CREASE BRUSH


*Product was sent to me a gift from Real Techniques. No review was necessary*

As you know I have already reviewed Real Techniques Bold Metals Brush set last week -- with the exception of two eye brushes -- and today I'll be talking about Real Techniques 201 Pointed Crease Brush. This brush was sent to me from the Real Techniques company as a thank you and I was not required to do a review but it's so perfect I just had to. If you're in need of a professional, affordable brush set you must buy the new Bold Metals set. Who's already a fan? Stay Beautiful! XOXO



Bristles: Softer than ever for most luxe feel to date. White bristles show exactly how much makeup is on brush before application. Ferrules: Premium quality brass ferrules for maximum durability. Handles: The brushes are weighted for perfect in-hand balance, optimal control, and comfort. Unique geometric handles help brushes stay still on your dressing table without rolling away. Handles taper to a diamond tip that easily slides out of pro brush belts. Cuts: Refined, hand crafted artistry cuts offer high performance for ultimate application of makeup. Tips: Individually tapered, synthetic tips allow for advanced product pickup and a buildable, pristine finish. Ideal for: Powder and cream eyeshadows Coverage: Medium to full coverage Primary use: Blending eye color into crease. And for blending eyeliner across the lash line

Opinion: I generally do not get excited over eye brushes but this is one of the nicest eye crease brushes I have ever used. The bristles are packed yet soft. Usually eye brushes are either loose and fluffy or really hard. This one is the perfect medium! The handle is long but easy to hold in your hand and this works fabulously as a crease, blending and even lining brush with either powder, cream or gel formulas. I think for the price and quality it's a definite must have.

Availability: Ulta, Boots UK, $15.99
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5 comments:

  1. your hello kitty holder is cute! i like the brush too xx

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  2. I need to visit Ulta soon. I miss shopping there. The brush sounds like it's really worth buying <3

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  3. Jane, it's from Sephora, the graffiti version. The review is here somewhere.

    Thanks XOXO

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  4. Great review and it sounds like a great brush.=)

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