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Rated 4.52 out of 5 stars
I'm an avid user of Real Techniques brushes. They're great brushes, especially given the price! They apply makeup nicely, and I enjoy how you can balance them up on their end. However, my only complaint is I have purchased other Real Techniques brushes that have shed a huge amount of bristles. I had one brush that shed huge clumps of bristles the very first time I ever washed it. However, I have had other Real Techniques brushes that have definitely withstood years of washing. It seems that sometimes the quality can be a little hit or miss. If you're looking for something more reliable in quality but still in a similar price range, I'd recommend the Morphe brushes. However, Real Techniques brushes are a great place to start if you're looking for decently priced brushes. They're especially great for newer makeup wearers.
I really like the aesthetic of the fuschia slanted then thicker base brush shown here. I think it was the earliest version but upon delivery I got the chrome sleek modern pink brush instead. I didn't want that one. Ulta should show exactly what the customer is paying for.
rbbv0 from CA
this brush is very angled and DENSE AF which I love! the quality is as good as my Fenty brushes. I use it for my cream blushes and it's soooooooo good not streaky as all and the price is amazing
Broke_beauty_ from MetroDetroit
This is my favorite blush brush when I want to vail my blush for a more intense color payoff.
Al from Chicago
hdtv from home
i really like this brush. it's soft and works well.
Brandi from Texas
Tricia from NY
This brush is everything! If you don't own it then you're definitely missing out. It's my go to foundation brush, I also use it to blend out my cream contour.
Melissa from Alameda, CA
This is my holy grail makeup brush. I only use this brush to apply cream bronzer/contour and blush, so I cannot speak to how it would work with powders... But this is seriously the best brush I have ever used for creams. I have issues with other brushes (like stippling brushes) taking off foundation and leaving patches when using creams, but not with this brush! The brush has a tapered slant to it, so you can use the slant to your advantage and really press the cream product onto your skin instead of dragging the product. Its is also straight towards the bottom, so you can keep that sharp line to your cream bronzer or contour. If you're looking for the best brush to apply cream bronzers and blushes, then get this brush! You won't regret it!
Heyyynancyyy from San Diego
I usually use a dense wide round brush like the IT Airbrush Buffing Foundation Brush #110 for applying foundation but I switched over to this one. It gives my products a lighter application so I can better control where and how much product to use and apply. It's dense but slightly slanted, it does an amazing job with applying LIQUID and CREAM/Gel products right where you need it then blending it out. I wouldn't recommend using it with powders because it be too heavy of an application for that.
Yanka from West Covina, CA
This product was advertised as a super soft brush , but when i apply it with blush , the hairs are stiff & poke my cheeks. Rather than brushing motions i'm like stabbing the product onto my face. Hate that 🙄
B from Metro Atlanta
Go from USA
Wouldn't repurchase, the bristles are hard and rough against my skin. But does what a brush is supposed to do.
Sed2406 from NC
I should've bought this brush a long time ago. I'm not sure where I've been all these years! Excellent brush for contour and blush!!
Sundra from Texas
I needed a brush to do my cheekbone contours. This is perfect.
Natural Nelly from Central Valley CA
I like the shape of the brush and the handle. The bristles are soft. I wish it would have been more dense and shorter. I wanted to use it a little more like a stippling brush. It would probably be better with a powder blush rather than a cream blush.
VMITCH from Charlotte, NC
This brush is too dense for a cheek brush. NOTHING powdery gets evenly distributed. Maybe this can be used as a liquid foundation brush????....but definitely NOT a cheek brush.
mare71 from buffalo ny
real techniques brushes are great.
Lexis17 from Virginia
I bought this to use as a blush brush, but I should've gotten something more precise. If you have bigger cheeks, this will work well for you to stamp your blush on. But I have a thinner face, and this applies blush in too big of an area, and it kind of blends with my bronzer and gets a little too muddy.
Meena from Columbus Ohio
Loveeeeeeeeee this one another 1 to add too my collection 🥰♥️💋
Kristenxnicole from Syracuse, NY
Best brush ive had
Shorty67 from Peoria AZ
The blush brush I was using put the blush in way to heavy and not nicely contoured. This brush feathers the blush very nicely so it looks more even and highlighting.
Jess from Fairbanks Alaska
I love this brush!
Emoly from Orland Hills
To apply blush
Lex from Boston ma
Applies my milani powder blush beautifully! Easy to sweep the product exactly where you want it and makes it look blended perfectly into the skin.
Triana from Chantilly va
Super soft but firm at the same time.. love the easy that is work with it.
Ilovemkup from Seattle WA
It gives me the pop color I like!