Wednesday, 20 January 2016

Review #6 || Real Techniques Bold Metal Essential Brushes

I am so sorry for not post for over two weeks!  I have just being trying to keep on top of my sixth form work and have as little stresses and anxiety on me as possible.

Anyway, for today's post I decided to review the Real Techniques Bold Metal Essential Brushes, since I bought them just after Christmas with some money I was given.

First Thoughts
I have had my eye on these beautiful make-up brushes since they came out early last year.  However, I have always thought they were too much on the pricey side so I never let myself buy one.

These brushes are the softest brushes you will ever feel!  They are amazingly easy to use for applying my make up.  All three brushes achieve a smooth and seamless finish and I have had many compliments on my make up since I have been using them.

The Different Brushes

103 Angled Powder Brush 

This brush is exclusive to this set of three 'essential' brushes.  This is the largest head of a brush RT have made, and because it is angled it is great for contouring and blending in bronzer.

200 Oval Brush Shadow Brush

I use the sliver eye shadow brush to blend my eye shadow out which works great.  It does say this works for an all over lip application but it is just a little big for applying the actual eye shadow on my eye but it blends really well.

300 Tapered Blush Brush

I use this brush to highlight my cheek bones which works brilliantly as it has a slightly pointed end.  This is probably my favourite brush out of all of them in the set.

They look amazing, the metals make the brush look so luxurious. I think everyone loves how they look really, and I love how long the handle is.

RRP - £64! But I got it in the Boots sale for half price at £32

Extra Clutch Bag

I'm not going to lie, I don't see myself using this at all!  I would have preferred to not have it and pay a little less but it is cute to keep your brushes in when you're travelling.  It would be quite hard to find a bag that would fit these brushes in as they are quite long but this bag, just about, does. 

If you have the money, I definitely recommend them.  They are my favourite brushes I have, they look amazing, feel amazing and apply your make-up brilliantly!  I just think they are a bit too pricey.


So that's my review for the beautiful bold metal brush range from Real Tecniques, I hope you enjoyed it!

Again, I am sorry for not posting since I started back at Sixth Form but now I have got back into a routine, I will be posting more actively.