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real Techniques Stippling Brush
4.34 / 5 based on 1,949 Reviews
About the Stippling Brush
This dual fiber brush is the trade secret for creating airbrushed, high definition results with all types of makeup.
About the Brushes
- Designed with pro makeup artist Samantha Chapman, Real Techniques brushes combine high-tech materials with innovative design to make creating a pixel-perfect look easier than ever.
- Synthetic bristles are ultra plush and smoother than the hair you'll find in other brushes. Since our bristles are synthetic, it's 100% cruelty-free. The soft fibers help create a flawless, high-definition finish in any type of light from sunlight to harsh indoor lighting.
- The color-coded system corresponds to the key steps of makeup application so you can create a flawless base, enhanced eyes, and the perfect finish like a pro.
- Each brush head is hand-cut to the perfect shape, allowing for precise application from dense coverage to a soft, delicate finish.
- The collection is suitable for a wide range of products and every makeup need from powders, creams, and liquids to mineral makeup, highlighter, and shimmer.
- Brush names on the handles make for easy reference when creating your favorite look.
Brush Care Tips
We always love sharing our tips on proper brush care, since clean brushes create the best makeup results. We suggest using a brush cleanser to wash them every week if used daily. Here are some step-by-step instructions: Wet the brush with warm water, being careful not to fully immerse the base of the bristles. Place a pea-sized drop of brush cleanser (or any mild cleanser like baby shampoo) in the palm of your hand. Swirl the bristles in the cleanser in a circular motion until the brush is fully lathered. Rinse the bristles, squeezing from the base to the tips to remove excess water. Repeat until the water runs clear and all makeup is removed from the brush. Reshape the bristles to their original form and lay the brush down on a flat surface to dry. You can also gently brush bristles on paper towel to remove buildup.
(Tip: Wash brushes at night so they are dry and ready for use in the morning.)
Makeup Artist Sam Chapman
Samantha Chapman lives outside London, England and is a mother of two. She is in high demand as a makeup artist and is a top-rated YouTube beauty guru with 170 million hits and counting. The press acknowledges her as an expert in her field; she is frequently quoted and regularly appears in national and regional press. Sam's makeup artistry has appeared in publications including Harper's, Tatler, Brides, Elle, and Cosmo. In the last 15 years, she has worked with top photographers including Nick Knight and Lord Snowdon. Sam also works with celebrities including Sir Paul McCartney, Peaches Geldof, Ashley Tisdale, Charlotte Church, and more. Sam is in constant demand by private clients and students seeking training in her Pixiwoo beauty bootcamps.
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real Techniques Stippling Brush
- "this brush to contour my face is indicated as it leaves a thin and elegant finish without wasting product apart your hairs are soft and firm not fall and is of very good quality and very good preficio I love this brand of brushes and brushes my face when makeup" in 76 reviews
- "Love using this brush to apply cream blush, it gives a natural finish and blends product seamlessly into the skin. I love this brush so much I bought 2 and use one for applying bronzer on natural days when I want a subtle bronzed effect to bring warmth back into my complexion. I highly recommend!" in 75 reviews
- "I love this Real Techniques brush, it works great for liquid foundation. It is super easy to clean, and I the bristles never fall out or get too stiff." in 33 reviews
i use this brush for my contour to blend it out. i do not like using regular contour brushes because i feel like they do not blend as well. this brush is perfect for that or if you are trying to blend something very well. this works great too. pink is my favorite color so of course i love the color and quality
I liked this brush at first, but I don’t really use it anymore. I have combination skin, and I don’t know if that’s the problem or if it’s just the brush. I got this one in a pack of three face brushes, and I love the other ones. I used this for foundation but it left streaks all over my face, so I tried using it for contour. That didn’t work either. Now I only use it if I need it. I wouldn’t recommend it, but everyone’s free to try what they want.
One of my absolute makeup must haves. I have eczema so I try to go light handed when it comes to applying foundation. I’ve learned that stippling (using the method Wayne Goss demonstrates on his YouTube) into gentle little circles has worked best for me. This brush is perfect for it since it’s not flimsy and has nice spread out bristles.
Like a lot of real technique brushes, the handles is too big/bulky. I also don’t prefer this type of brush for anything. If you like this type of brush, then you’d probably like this one for cream items. It’s definitely too big for highlighters. It is really soft and the perfect density for applying cream blushes.
Loveeee , did I say love ? THIS brush ... it really helps get the foundation on to your face and cover pores . I love Wayne Goss and his tutorials. Especially his tutorial on how to properly cover and use a stippling technique to get pores. This brush and his video nails it! I won’t ever use another . Works great applying lotions and masks too ! Great price and cleans nicely with coconut oil and seventh generation detergents 😉
Decent stippling brush for the price. Definitely not the best one out there but gets the job done for a fraction of the cost. Applies foundation well without leaving too many streaks. I typically go over it with a blending sponge when I use it just to smooth everything over. Would recommend if you’re looking for a cheap foundation brush that does a good job!
This is my go to brush for adding foundation or tinted moisturizer to me face! I generally use this to get the product on my face and then blend it out with a beauty blender sponge. It's amazing! It's also great for mixing blush and highlighter as it's a stippling brush! But it's seriously my favorite!
This stippling brush is great! I use it for blush/ highlighter. I would not recommend using it for foundation as it does leave a lot of streaks no matter how much you try to blend it out with this brush. However it works wonders with highlights both cream, liquid, or powder. Same goes for blush.
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I loveeee this product. Its long lasting and finshing is amazing.I love this top most brand.This is one of my favorites brands and with reasonable price.I bought this from macys,jcpenney,walmart stores and it is also available in other stores like Fred Meyer,target,walgreens many.......It gives soft texture on skin. I would definitely recommend this product and brand too.Its better to search for offers before buying.Have different shades of color for different skin tones.I like to visit above stores only to buy this and find offers.It gives fantastic look for party and for simple makeup also.I am kinda shopholic ;) so love to buy and try different products ,brands and shades.It would be too nice if there are some small samples to try before we buy.Shade is just awesome on my skin and hope for others too.It has smooth texture.I would definitely buy More n more n more...I love trying new products and samples tooooooo.Its bestiest best product I have ever used...
I love this brush it’s one of my absolute favorite brushes to use! Real techniques definitely have great brushes and they are great quality! They have a great line of brushes, and sponges, which you can usually find at any retail store, may it be Walgreens, CVS, Walmart, Target or Meijer.
Q & A
I have this brush and was wondering what each of you use it for? I have used it for foundation in the past.
Is it a brush that’s worth the money or does it just break really easily?
Would this be good for applying foundation?
I'm looking for the bigger stippling brush where can I find one? Can't seem to come across one
In search of a stippling brush. How does this hold up compared to more expensive brands?
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