Real Techniques Powder Brush Review

If you are a regular reader of my blog, you would have noticed that I am a huge fan of Real Techniques Brushes because they tick all the boxes for me when it comes to: Affordability, Excellent Quality, Easy washing and Fit for purpose and let's not forget Softness/Fluffiness... I just adore them. I own a few brushes from their range and the first ever set I tried was the Core Collection which was a gift from the bf as he knew my obsession. Since then, I have repurchased backups and a few single brushes which I have reviewed here and plan on reviewing a few others soon. I recently purchased The Real Techniques Powder Brush from Superdrug which surprisingly sells it cheaper than Boots..who would have thought? Although Boots have a seemingly wider range and more offers but Superdrug is picking up with their buy one get another half price offer and £1-£2 cheaper prices which I love.

To be fair, there is not much to talk about here. The Real Techniques Powder Brush is one of those that are sold separately (Thank God for that!) and it has its own individual packaging which I quite like. It has details on what the brush does and how it can be used along with the picture of Sam and Nic from Pixiwoo who created the Real Techniques brand.

I particularly like the bristles because they are so soft and fluffy as expected from Real Techniques but I think this has to be the fluffiest and it has maintained this despite washing it many times. I love that about it. Its bristles are synthetic and very easy to wash and most importantly, it dries really fast and I was surprised about this because I expected it take ages seeing that its bristles are quite dense but that's not the case and I am pleased. I know a lot of people hate washing their brushes but I find it therapeutic. I always wash my brushes on Sundays and I enjoy it (I am thinking of showing you new faster ways to wash your brushes). Sometimes, I even wash my brushes twice a week..I digress again!!! Moving on......

I bought this brush because I wanted to give my Real Techniques Buffing Brush a rest as I used it for everything and truly, that is one of the most versatile brushes I own as I use it for everything from Foundation to Powder to Concealer, etc...the list is endless. Now with the Powder Brush, I have a separate brush for applying my powders starting with my MAC MSF and my setting powder-Kuddy Cosmetics HD Powder* which is amazing. Honestly, the Kuddy HD Powder and the Real Techniques Powder Brush make a powerful duo and I love them both together..(that sounds like they are

I would say this is a little pricey but it is so worth it because the quality is amazing. It retails for £12.99 in Boots which is super pricey but I discovered that Superdrug sells them £2 cheaper which is most amazing!! I got mine for £10.99 which is a cost is more pocket friendly and I bought a couple of other brushes all from Superdrug as they are much more cheaper especially when they have their offers like Buy one Get the other half price. I am really pleased with this brush and I have been using it so well. Sometimes, I just use it across my face without any powder to mattify and get rid of any shine and it works perfectly!! See you in my next post...x


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