Today, I am reviewing yet another Real Technique brush, the stippling brush. I am a big fan of Real Technique brushes, mainly because of the style and ease of use. I usually use my Sigma kabuki F80 as well as F82 for applying foundation. I use this Real Technique Stippling Brush as a backup to my Sigma synthetic brushes. To know more about this particular brush, keep reading.
What Real Techniques Claim about their Stippling Brush:
This dual-fiber brush is the trade secret for creating airbrushed, high-definition results with all types of makeup:
- 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 aluminium handle is light and easy to use.
For people in the UK, you can get it from Ebay for 10.99 GBP. For US and other international locations, you can get it from their website at 10$.
My Take on Real Techniques Stippling Brush:
This brush has a lot of buzz among various beauty bloggers and I thought to try this brush when I bought my other Real Technique brush sets. This brush is mainly meant to apply cream-based products onto the face to give a perfect airbrushed finish.
I did not like this brush at first, but later, when I learnt to use it correctly after watching many Youtube videos, I really started loving this sweet pink beauty.
The finish it gave on my face was so smooth, perfect and flawless. It doesn’t leave the area cakey, it stipples foundation evenly and easily! It has the perfect size to fit my cheek bones to get that flawless effect. It won’t pick up too much product. Its denser and smaller head allows better control of coverage. Its easy to hold and apply the product on the entire area. Its easy to clean this brush after use and it dries up very quickly which I love. I also use this one to apply BB cream as well as tinted moisturiser.
The brush comes without a case but at the same time it has a flat base design which makes it easy to keep it on its own. Its difficult to store this brush in brush holders which is the only disadvantage I noted. Overall, I can give a rating of 4 out of 5. I subtracted one point as it doesn’t fit inside my brush holder.
Pros of Real Techniques Stippling Brush:
- Cruelty free.
- Bristles are denser than the other powder brushes I have used.
- Doesn’t shed.
Cons of Real Techniques Stippling Brush:
- Thick handle makes it difficult to fit in a brush roll.
- Availability in India might be an issue.
I really love this brush and I recommend this to all who are looking for a cheaper alternative for the high-end brushes.
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