Hi everyone! Today i'm back with a review on the Real Techniques duo fiber collection. I received this for my birthday and featured it in my what I got for my 15th birthday post. This is my second set from Real techniques that I own. I also own the Core collection. I've heard mixed reviews about this set so I decided to give you my thoughts on it.
These brushes are designed to give a very light application of makeup to your skin, which is great if you want to apply bronzer as you don't want a long streaky line down your face! They are really soft and the bristles are very lightweight. You cant automatically feel the difference to the other Real Techniques brushes as they are not as dense as them.
You receive three brushes, a face brush, a contour brush and an eye brush.
Features of the Face brush
The face brush is great for adding a dash of loose or pressed powder over the face to add the finishing touch to your makeup. It is also great for lightweight application of bronzer
Features of the Contour brush
The contour brush is great for contouring and sculpting the face without giving any harsh lines. It is great for adding blusher and highlighter. I think this would also work well with cream blushers.
Features of the Eye Brush
The eye brush is great for blending eyeshadow in the crease and also for all over the lid colour.
Duo Fiber Face Brush
Duo Fiber Contour Brush
Duo Fiber Eye Brush
I love the packaging of these brushes as they are very sleek and practical. The bristles do not fall out and the handles are quite sturdy. You can also easily wash these brushes with Johnson's baby shampoo.
Overall I feel that these brushes are worth investing in. They are great for many uses and are great quality. The only downside is the price (£23.99) they are quite expensive but I feel that they are worth the money. I would love to purchase more Real Techniques brushes in the future! You can buy these brushes from BOOTS at £23.99, AMAZON.CO.UK at £17.99 or FRAGRANCE DIRECT at £21.50.
Hope you enjoyed this review!
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