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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
I love the availability and price point of real techniques and have been pleasantly surprised by many of their brushes. I decided to try this out when my faithful beauty blender broke and I was sorely disappointed. The sponge grew mold in a few weeks and the base brush is so small compared to my sigma flat top kabuki brush that applies my base flawlessly and in a couple of seconds!
I LA LA LA LOOOVE this kit. The budding brush is great for liquid foundations. It frees a very smooth and polished finish. The concealer brush is incredible for dark sports and under eye correction. It spreads the product well so it doesn’t cake. The beauty blender is great because it has dual sides. The straight edge side is ideal for under eye and tough areas like around the nose.
I adore my Real Techniques brushes, and for good reason. They are wonderful brushes at a affordable price. The beauty blender is amazing. It applies my foundation effortlessly, and doesn’t make my makeup look cakey. The foundation brush is also wonderful. It leaves your foundation looking flawless, and with no streaky caked up mess. I adore all the brushes from this brand.
Me encantan estas brochas y la esponjita para realizar mi maquillaje diario, cuando me levanto tarde para ir a la escuela y me tengo que maquillar uso estas brochas y me ayudan a hacer mi maquillaje tan rápido y son súper fáciles de manejar cualquier tipo de foundation, ya tengo vario tiempo con ellas y obviamente las volveré a comprar, mi mejor amiga y yo las amamos
This bundle is definitely a must have in your collection. The face powder brush is so good, you can use it with blush or even to bronze your entire face. The eye brush is great, definitely packs on the eyeshadow very nicely with a beautiful blend. The face sponge is one of the first sponges I tried and I’ve bought so many in the past 2 years. My mom loves it too!
Very good quality. Very impressed considering they are on the cheaper side. Very well made- never experienced any breakage or even bristle fall out. Very good at blending as well as very soft bristles. More than worth it
This is an okay product for me. I usually stick with my morphe brushes but I decided to try some alternative and it’s alright but not what I’m used too. I still use the beauty blender until today though! But the brushes I ended up giving away to a friend.
This set is perfect for your complexion. The real techniques sponge is a cult favorite and I couldn’t agree more. I use the smaller brush to spot conceal and it works really well. Sometimes when I spot conceal with my other brushes the brush removes the product but this one doesn’t. And the big buffer brush I use to blend my foundation down my neck and ears.
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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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