Starter Set by Real Techniques - Review


I always suggest people to invest in good makeup brushes as they will last for ages and trust me when I say this; good quality makeup brushes can help you improve your skills really fast and you will have better results every time. Today I have Starter Set by Real Techniques for you! Let's see if it was worth investing in this brush set.

Starter Set by Real Techniques:
Eye definition goes high definition with our revised starter set.
  • Base shadow brush: applies a smooth, flawless foundation of color.
  • Deluxe crease brush: soft, oversized design for effortless contouring.
  • Accent brush: for precision detailing, highlighting and smudging.
  • Fine liner brush: for precision application of liquid of cream eyeliner.
  • Brow brush: distinctive shape easily defines eyebrows.

Starter Set by Real Techniques - Review
Starter Set by Real Techniques

Starter Set by Real Techniques - Review
Starter Set by Real Techniques
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Review
Starter Set by Real Techniques
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Review
Starter Set by Real Techniques
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Review
Starter Set by Real Techniques
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Review
Starter Set by Real Techniques
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Review
Starter Set by Real Techniques
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Review
Starter Set by Real Techniques
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Review
Starter Set by Real Techniques
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Review
Starter Set by Real Techniques
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Review
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Base Shadow Brush
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Review
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Base Shadow Brush
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Review
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Deluxe Crease Brush
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Review
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Deluxe Crease Brush
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Review
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Accent Brush
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Review
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Accent Brush
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Review
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Pixel-Point Eyeliner Brush
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Review
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Pixel-Point Eyeliner Brush
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Review
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Brow Brush
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Review
Starter Set by Real Techniques - Brow Brush
Overall Experience:
As always, I would love to state that I am in love with RT's makeup brushes and all those amazing reviews on web made me buy some of the range from the brand which you can see in my haul post.

The case of the brush set is great for travelling, storing and also decorating the brushes on the vanity. It's functional to the extent and is pretty sleek too that you can just fit it in your purse to keep your brushes secure. And not just that, you can fit your mascara, lipstick and liner in the same case when travelling.

The brushes has aluminium body with a rubber grip at the end. Real Techniques' eye brushes come in this purplish-violet colour. These brushes are light weight.

Base Shadow Brush is one of my favourite brushes to blend eye shadows. It is one of my go to brush when I need some definition in my crease and I don't want to use separate brushes to pack and blend the shadow onto my skin. I just pick some product with the tip of the brush and directly start blending which gives me a great and natural finish. It has semi-dense bristles which are pretty soft. It is also a great brush to blend concealer underneath your eyes or to highlight precision needed parts like nose & cupid's bow. The brush is easy to wash and dries really quickly.

Deluxe Crease Brush is my favourite from this set. This brush has denser bristles than base shadow brush. They are denser at the base and get less denser on top and have a dome shape. This brush is prefect to blend eye shadows and also for contouring as the smaller size makes it perfect for precised application of contour shades in eye socket, on nose, under lips etc. I also love to use the same brush for concealer under my eyes because it is really soft on that part of the skin but blends the concealer beautiful. This brush is also easy to clean and dries really quickly.

Accent Brush is designed for precision detailing, highlighting and smudging and I would only say that it does what it is supposed to do but I also use it for spot concealing because the size is just perfect. This brush is quite easy to wash and it dries fast too. Some people might find this brush way too light as personally I like when my brushes has some weight. It might be a personal preference but if I could change one thing about this brush, I would have increased the weight just a tiny bit.

Fine Liner Brush is a nice brush but I will not consider it a fine liner brush because for me, a fine liner brush would actually give fine lines. I personally find this brush a bit too thick to create a wing. I still use it when I am not using a liquid or gel liner and just want to use an eye shadow as a liner without creating a wing. This brush is super easy to wash and dries before you know it. Sadly, I am not too happy with this brush.

Brow Brush is designed to define eyebrows but it is too thick and less dense for my liking. It works good on thicker parts of the brows but on the arch and at the end point, it does not do a pretty job. But, I once used it for my gel liner and bevel you me, if you are a beginner and want to use a gel liner, just use this brush to pick the product and place it near your lash line, you will see a gradual line. It works good with eye shadows as well but off course, to apply liner only. It is easy to wash and dries quickly.

I did not notice any shedding of the bristles in this set, neither upon usage and nor upon washing.

Overall, I love 3 brushes of this brush set and have somehow made the brow brush useful but not so happy with the fine liner brush. So far, I think that Real Techniques' face brushes are simply amazing but they might need to put more thought into the design of some of their eye brushes.

Cost & Availability:
Starter Set costs $18 and you can buy it from Real Techniques' Website.
- In Pakistan, you can get Real Techniques from Comfys [a Facebook page] on affordable price and they also have their palettes available for order.
- You can also get this brand at Just4Girls.pk, they ship across Pakistan.
- In Malaysia, you can get Real Techniques at Mesmerize [link to their website]. They ship within Malaysia.

Have you tried Real Techniques brushes? Which one is your favorite?
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