To add to my ever growing Real Techniques brush collection, I got the Blusher Brush last weekend. It’s one I’d been looking at for a while as it looked so fluffy and perfect for a quick sweep of colour onto your cheeks for a fresh everyday look. And I have to say that it has definitely lived up to my expectations. I do think that Real Techniques is a really good brush brand: they are less expensive than a lot of the high end brushes but have the same amazing quality. I already have the Core Collection, Starter Set and Stippling Brush and my makeup routine would literally not be the same without them! The website describes the Blush Brush as:
“Contour and define cheeks for flawlessly blended, high-definition results:
- look pixel-perfect even in harsh light
- ultra-plush, synthetic taklon bristles are hand-cut and 100% cruelty-free
- self-standing for easy storage
- extended aluminum handle is light and easy to use”
Although I haven’t get used it for contouring, I imagine the tapered end would be fabulous for defining cheekbones and I find the handles so comfortable to hold and the brushes easy to wash and keep in good condition. If you’re looking for a good blush brush without having to spend a fortune, I would definitely recommend this! Next on my list is the expert face brush.
The Real Techniques Blush Brush is £9.99 – link here via Boots