Hello My Lovelies,
I am here to introduce you to my lovely Real Techniques brushes by Samantha Chapman that joined my collection a couple of months ago and since then they have never been neglected or felt lonely!
And here they are in all their beauty: Mister Stippling Brush and Miss Blush Brush in perfect shape and with a shining body, soft shampooed bristles and clean rubbery handle...
and here the description on the website:
Stippling Brush: This dual-fibre brush is the trade secret for creating airbrushed, high-definition results with all types of makeup link
Blush Brush: Contour and define cheeks for flawlessly blended, high-definition results
and because the beauty of makeup is also to find other ways of using tools and products apart for what they are labelled for, here is how I use them:
Stippling Brush: this tiny little baby is great for applying foundation but I also love it to blend concealer around my nose, chin and forehead. It is also very good for cream blush or to apply bronzer in the hollow of the cheek. It blends the product very well and doesn't leave stripes.
I have already washed mine a few times and I haven't noticed any shedding or change in shape or colour.
I bought this when I meet Samantha Chapman at Boots in London (link in English and here in Italian link)!
Blusher Brush: this brush is great! I love love love this brush which is perfect for blusher -- this is the first tool that allows me to apply every kind of blushes with the most even and natural result you can ever hope for. I just need to dip it into the product and the taped shape does it all: the tip places the powder and the shorter bristles all around it, blend it along the cheeks... It is also perfect for powdering the face, especially around the nose or the under eye area.
I use it for contouring too and it hasn't let me down!
p.s. I got this for free with my boots points!
So I can say that I am 100% satisfied by these 2 brushes and I really hope that they will stay as they are, sleek and strong in the appearance and delicate on the skin.
I hope you find it helpful!