Real Techniques Stippling Brush Review

I hardly ever post about makeup brushes but that’s just because recently I haven’t used anything else other than the Real Techniques Core Collection brushes! However, today I am writing about a new addition to my kit, the Real Techniques Stippling Brush!

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I’ve been wanting to buy the Real Techniques Stippling brush for ages now, but since I do already own 2 stippling brushes I couldn’t bring myself to buy another one. Well, that was until I indulged myself on a little shopping spree and bought it anyway as Real Techniques brushes were included in the Boots 3 for 2 offer!

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Like with all Real Techniques brushes they have an aluminium handle with a rubber stopper at the end. The surface area of the brush is so much smaller compared to my brushes by MAC and Sigma, but it applies so much smoother! The bristles are incredibly soft and compact so buffing foundation in is like a dream! As with the Buffing Brush from the Core Collection, the stippling brush gives a really flawless finish.

The Real Techniques Stippling brush costs £11.99 in Boots. I’d grab it now while it’s still on offer! 🙂

Have you tried any of the Real Techniques brushes? Do you like applying foundation with a stippling brush or do you have another favourite brush?

Love Sophia xo

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4 thoughts on “Real Techniques Stippling Brush Review

  1. Jae

    hey! 😀 I am coming by to let you know I have changed my blog name to better fit what I blog about. ^___^ the new name is aleume.wordpress.com so you can update following links and what not. Hope you’re doing well :3
    -Jae

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  2. Kate

    I enjoy using this makeup brush, but I find it leaves brush strokes on my face which I need to even out with my hands to blend in. I’m not sure if I’m just doing something wrong, or what?! x

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    1. Sophia Post author

      Mm I’m not too sure. Maybe try smaller circular motions when applying foundation? To be honest I haven’t used it much lately, been using my buffing brush a lot recently though!

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