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Real Techniques Ultimate Base Set
Our limited edition ultimate base set is a collection of three base essentials. This set is the musthave expansion to our core collection. The three essentials help target small imperfections and blend your base makeup for a flawless complexion.expert face brush ultrafirm and broad for buffing cream or liquid foundationmiracle complexion sponge rounded side blends larger areas of the face, precision tip covers imperfections, and the flat edge contours around the eyes and the nosedeluxe concealer brush dense, rounded bristles for well blended concealer application above and below the eye areaexclusive mirror togo case the perfect compact case for touch ups see more...
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Real Techniques Ultimate Base Set
- "Love the brushes and sponge! Work so great, awesome dupe for a beauty blender, I love the flat end, it’s great for baking your contour. They were very easy to use and affordable most importantly. I would for sure buy the brushes and sponges again!" in 87 reviews
Real techniques is a very inexpensive and quality brand many people love these products and I am including them. The sponge is so soft and amazing for applying foundation. And the other brushes are perfect for me . I love everything about these pressures and I will be purchasing more from them
I don’t really use the beauty blender so I would suggest just getting the brush separate and I looove this brush!! It is one of the only brushes I use. I use it to blend out any concealer and even buff in my powder it works perfectly and doesn’t make u look cakey or absorbs too much product.
Real Techniques is great for people who want good quality makeup tools that aren't going to break their banks. The brushes are soft and provide nice application, and the sponge is a nice density! These really are the best drugstore beauty tools you can find, in my opinion.
These brushes are AMAZING they blend out your makeup so good and they never shed. The sponge is probably the closest thing you will find to beauty blender for the cheapest price. You can clean them and they won’t lose their shape. They’re overall really good brushes for an affordable price.
I love these brushes, they are beautifully packaged with bright vibrant colors, soft bristles, and super affordable. My only problem with them is they seem to shed a little bit which can be bothersome but overall for the price they are not too bad.
Great brushes and even better price. The sponge is great and inexpensive enough to just buy a new one with the old one gets too dirty. Real Techniques were my first every brushes. They’re used for more than what’s printed on them. No need to purchase a $50 brush with these on the market.
I absolutely love these brushes! The price point is so affordable! I use them every time I apply makeup. The quality is incredible! Best to use on all skin types. I would totally recommend these brushes to anyone! Real Techniques Ultimate Base Set
This makeup set is amazing. It feels very nice on the skin for the price of the product. The beauty sponge doesn’t soak up too much of your makeup and it feels nice when pouncing it on the face during makeup application. This is definitely a great dupe if you can’t afford a beauty blender.
I love real techniques brushes. They are amazing and affordable. This set is amazing if you want basic brushes. Almost all of my brushes are real techniques and their beauty blender are amazing especially compared to the price of the real ones.
Let me just say the all brushes by Real Techniques are marvelous. I use it everyday. I got them as a Christmas present. Based on the prices I have seen in stores they are pretty affordable. I will keep buying their brushes for different makeup usages.
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Do you guys prefer to use a sponge or brush for foundation?
Anyone know any cheap makeup brushes? Real technique brushes are a little out of my reach.
I’ve never tried real techniques products before. Are they good? And is the sponge like the beauty blender?
How do you clean these products without ruining them?
Real techniques or Morphe Brushes ?
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