Real Techniques by Samantha Chapman, Your Finish/Perfected, Setting Brush
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perfect setting brush
9 people found the following review helpful
Posted by catellad1978 on Apr 13, 2013
Was a bit worried about buying these, but OMG!! i think these are the best brushes ever........ i'm from australia and great make up brushes are hard to come across and then when you do they cost you an arm and a leg in price. With these brushes they are flawless in the way they apply any product to your face. Bristles are soft and because of the way the handles are you have great control. I have many MAC brushes but i would have to say that real technique brushes are actually better, this is my opinion. And also buying from iherb was great service and fast postage.
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Nice brush to powder just where needed
6 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Adivette1 on Jun 10, 2012
Very usefull for very precise areas, like the undereye or around the nose. I also use it when I need to correct some areas that I overdid, like when I applied too much blush on my cheeks, I can soften the color with this brush and some powder.
4 people found the following review helpful
Posted by bliurblog on Jul 01, 2012
I love the entire range of these brushes. I own mostly of them and I think they're absolutely fantastic and very good value for the price.
Another To Add To My Real Techniques Collection
Posted by lillysbeautyspot on Jun 25, 2013
This brush is great for setting makeup under the eye however have found that I use this more now for highlighting which I love. I love the entire Real Techniques Range and enjoy watching Pixiwoo so this was a must have for me. As I've mentioned previously in my other reviews, these brushes are super great quality, are affordable and I've never had a brush shed. I would definitely recommend this brush to others, both makeup artists and makeup enthusiasts. I love also that these brushes are so affordable and are just as good, if not better than MAC and Sigma Brushes.
Typical setting brush
3 people found the following review helpful
Posted by 5102465034135923850 on Jul 19, 2012
mine came with a few stray bristles. Which does make a difference. I cut them off with pair of scissors and now there are rough ones that can scratch. I should have sent it back defective, but now I just live with it.