- Product Dimensions: 4.1 x 1.6 x 8.2 inches ; 200 g
- Shipping Weight: 281 g
- Item model number: 1533
- ASIN: B01MTUVCUD
- Date first available at amazon.ae: November 4, 2017
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Real Techniques Flawless Base Make-up Brush Set
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- contour brush: for delicate application of highlighter or contour product above or below cheekbones
- detailer brush: precision cut to effortlessly conceal problem areas. Tip: use with lipstick for long-lasting shape and definition
- buffing brush: ideal for full coverage application of loose or compact powder foundation
- square foundation brush: densely packed + unique cut to build custom coverage with liquid foundation
- brush cup: keeps brushes organized on your counter
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contour brush: for delicate application of highlighter or contour product above or below cheekbones detailer brush: precision cut to effortlessly conceal problem areas. Tip: use with lipstick for long-lasting shape and definition buffing brush: ideal for full coverage application of loose or compact powder foundation square foundation brush: densely packed + unique cut to build custom coverage with liquid foundation brush cup: keeps brushes organized on your counter
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The base shadow brush is a bit softer (bristle are longer and more forgiving) than the crease brush, which is why I like to use it in my crease. It's soft enough to feel pleasant for application, but firm enough that I have control. The fatter crease brush is stiffer and kind of hurts my eyelids if I move it around too much, but like I said, it works great for stamping/tapping the color on.
Got these for a great price on Amazon, and I'd definitely recommend if you're new to eyeshadow and don't quite know where to begin (like me!).
I have a larger Real Techniques concealer brush with denser bristles that I prefer for my dark undereye circles, but I like the small detailer brush for blemishes and also to apply concealer to the small inside area by my eyes that can get really dark. Aside from how well they work, I like that the brush bristles are cruelty free, soft, easy to clean and don't shed. The brushes should wear well given that my first Real Techniques brush (a stippling brush) I bought about 2-1/2 years ago is still in great shape. The cup is a nice bonus as it's slim but sturdy plastic that keeps my brushes organized and handy. It also barely takes up any space on my small counter, yet it holds this "flawless base" set, my favorite eye concealer brush and my sculpting set too. I'm really pleased with this Real Techniques flawless base set with a bonus brush storage cup and definitely recommend it.
PS: I'm posting a photo to show how nice and compact the cup is and how much it can hold. The first four brushes (left to right) are the "flawless base" set, my favorite undereye concealer brush is the fifth brush (sold separately) and the last three brushes are from the sculpting set (sold separately).
Multi Task Brush – YES. This brush is my most used out of all my RT brushes. I use it to apply powder foundation, blush, bronzer, highlighter, contour... just a GREAT brush overall, extremely versatile.
Domed Shadow Brush – Great for blending eyeshadow. It's on the bigger side of eyeshadow brushes.
Panoramic 2-in-1 brush case/stand – Meh, I tossed this because I found it a pain to use. I didn't like that it was always open and that my brushes weren't sealed off from the outside environment when the case was closed. I would prefer if they came in a case like the Sigma brushes, or if they included a cute little bag to keep them in, but that's just me. I don't like having to put each brush back into a specific place, and I feel like this gets dirty and isn't easy to clean.
I could do my entire face with these three brushes. I would say that this is my favorite set of brushes out of all the RT brush sets.
I've had the full set of these brushes since they first launched in 2012. Since getting them, I've used at least three of them every single day. That's two years of constant use, and they look and preform the same way they did the day I received them. Since getting the full line of these, I have not purchased a single new brush. My old mac brushes lay untouched in the back of my drawer. Not to mention that just one Mac brush costs as much as the whole set of these ones. Did I mention that you can now buy these at Walmart?
These brushes are superior to animal hair brushes in every way. They are cruelty free. They are extremely easy to clean-- I timed myself, and I can wash twenty brushes in seven minutes. They do not get stained. I purposely didn't clean red OCC Lip Tar off of my lip brush for a month, and the lip tar came off as easily as any other product. (I use Trader Joe's Tea Tree Body Wash or just regular Equate hand soap to clean mine.) They don't hold any funky smells or bacteria after washing, since the bristles aren't porous, unlike animal hair bristles. For the same reason, they dry off very fast. My RT face brush takes about 30 minutes to dry if I leave it damp on a washcloth, and I can dry it almost completely in a few seconds if I rub the brush against a sham. I've cleaned and dried my brushes right before using them to do my makeup regularly. My mac brushes take hours (sometimes days) to dry completely, even if I wipe them against a sham first. Another advantage of the non-porous bristles is that you don't have to condition them. After washing animal hair brushes, you are supposed to condition them with an oil or conditioner so they stay soft and don't get brittle. If you don't, your brushes will start shedding. The RT brushes don't need to be conditioned, and they don't shed.
Then, they are soft. Softer than animal hair. They pick up product and dispense it with ease. Product doesn't linger in the brush nearly as much it does on animal hair brushes, which lets me use less product. Truly a pleasure to use and apply makeup with. My one small gripe is that sometimes product can get stuck on the black grip part of these brushes, but that is hardly an issue since it cleans right off. They just might look a bit dirty after rolling around in your makeup bag.
These are so durable and have held up better than any brush I've ever had before. As I said before, I've been using them for two years already and they look and feel the same way they did the day I got them. I'm sure that they will last for years to come. I would give these to a friend. I would repurchase. Affordable, durable, just a great product. These would be a great gift to anyone that wears makeup. I would recommend these over any other brush on the market. I feel that this is a truly superior product in every way.