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Product Review : Real Techniques Brushes by Samantha Chapman

Last month, I have purchased a bunch of amazing makeup brushes.
I don't know if many of you heard of Real Techniques by Samantha Chapman but I have to say this,
Best discovery ever!!

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Previously, I have never heard of Real Techniques before
until I attended this one beauty workshop organised by a friend.
She told me a lot about makeups and brushes as well as how to keep them clean.

she mentioned Real Techniques and it was the best brush she and her partner had ever purchased.
FYI, they're both makeup artists. I looked into their makeup suitcase and almost all of their brushes were from Real Techniques.

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I did a lot of research and found a lot of interesting stuff about the brushes.
I also love the design as well as the packaging for the brushes.

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Below is a list of what I have purchased..
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(Images source via Real Techniques)

And then the door bell rang!
Just check out my brushes below..

Real Techniques Blush Brush, Real Techniques Powder Brush, 
Real Techniques Starter Set & Real Techniques Travel Essentials Set.

In case you're wondering why the brushes have colour on them,
I have already opened them up previously to use them but I store them back
into the box to show you guys how the packaging and all actually looks like.
You're welcome people!

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Its really awesome that for every brush or set you purchase from Real Techniques,
it comes with a guide at the back of the box. They even list out the uses for every brush.

Every set of brush you purchase comes with a panoramic brush case for you
to keep your brushes whether it is for display or for travelling.

Easy for the product to stick on to bristles and also it is made easier to apply onto your face!
According to the MUA (makeup artists), Sam and Nic.. its for HD results!

As a makeup junkie, I still don't really know my brushes well enough.
I'm so glad that every brush has a name printed on for quick reference.

Fold it across to cover up if you need to bring it along for your trip or any other occasion.

Love the extended handle with rubber grip below!
It makes applying makeup a lot easier with a longer handle and if you don't like keeping your brushes
you can just make it stand like this!

It only applies to the bigger brushes cause the smaller ones has a smaller surface
so it wouldn't stand as well as the bigger brushes.

You can check out more of the brushes here if you are interested!
I seriously have to say this is really the BEST brush I have every purchased
in my collection and I am saving my money to get more!

***This is not a sponsored post. Everything I reviewed about is based on my own personal opinions. Some of these products might not work for you but it did for me and so again, this is based on my personal opinion and things that works for my face and skin.***


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