Review : Real Techniques Stippling Brush

I was a little late to the party where Real Techniques were concerned, and I guess I am still quite behind only owning the one brush at the moment. I was lucky enough to receive their stippling brush for my birthday back in April. With so much hype about them in the blogosphere I couldn't wait to get my mitts on one.

I originally wanted this brush as a back-up for my beloved Sigma F80 for use with liquid foundation, quite surprisingly my Sigma has now actually become my back-up brush! 

The Real Techniques brush looks gorgeous with its pink handle. It has a flat base so can stand up, though I don't stand mine up as the floor in my bedroom tends to move when you walk so it wouldn't stay stood up for long! 

The brush itself is a lot smaller than I expected, but it still works amazingly well. The bristles are super soft and make-up applies evenly and flawlessly.

The brush washes well and it holds its shape. Mine hasn't shredded any bristles, not even on the first wash. For me this is one product this is definitely worth the hype, I can't wait to try more.

You can buy this brush from Cloud10Beauty, Boots and many other retailers. 

I am super eager to try out more Real Techniques brushes, the limited edition Duo Fiber Collection has caught my eye.

Are you a fan of Real Techniques? What is your favourite make-up brush?


  1. I'm desperate to get my hands on a few of the sets and I really want this one too! Loved reading your opinion of it :) xx

    1. I'm glad you enjoyed reading this, they are great, I highly recommend you get some. x

  2. I love this brush too, but I agree, it was much smaller than I was expecting. I like to use it for cream blushes as well as liquid foundations, it does the job perfectly.
    I've also got the setting brush, which I tend to use for under-eye concealer, really like that too and am hoping to get my hands on some more soon.
    Mel xx


    1. Good shout on using it for cream blushes, I will have to give that a go as a I have a few cream blushes.


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