Real Techniques Collector's Edition Eyelining Set Brush Review - The Goodowl


It's almost impossible to watch a tutorial without a Real Techniques brush being whacked out and I must admit I'm a real sucker for them as well. The brushes are very affordable considering the quality of them and they come in great 'core' collections so you can buy in bulk. The *Real Techniques Eyelining set  is a great addition to the range and feature four very versatile brushes:



  • The Pointed Liner Brush, a small shaped brush quite firm with a tapered brush head, works well with gel liner on both eyes and brows, could even be used as a lip brush. 
  •   The Smudge Brush a small  'C' shape which can be used to blur harsh lines and apply shadow to your lower lash line. 
  • The Angled Eyeliner Brush, a firm angled brush which can be used to apply gel liner, or to apply shadow to the outer v of your eyes. I prefer to use this for my eyebrows.
  •  The Precision Liner Brush a smaller version of the pointed liner brush, has the same features but a lot smaller so is easier to create a more precise flick.
 


I used the Precision Liner Brush and I paired it with Mayebelline Gel liner to create a extreme cat-flick, I found the brush really easy to use and considering it was my first attempt at a gel liner I was really happy with the finish. The brushes come in at £15.99 (roughly £4 per brush), so well worth a look in if your in need of some versatile eye brushes.

 Real Techniques Collector's Edition Eyelining Set Brush Review - The Goodowl


It's almost impossible to watch a tutorial without a Real Techniques brush being whacked out and I must admit I'm a real sucker for them as well. The brushes are very affordable considering the quality of them and they come in great 'core' collections so you can buy in bulk. The *Real Techniques Eyelining set  is a great addition to the range and feature four very versatile brushes:



  • The Pointed Liner Brush, a small shaped brush quite firm with a tapered brush head, works well with gel liner on both eyes and brows, could even be used as a lip brush. 
  •   The Smudge Brush a small  'C' shape which can be used to blur harsh lines and apply shadow to your lower lash line. 
  • The Angled Eyeliner Brush, a firm angled brush which can be used to apply gel liner, or to apply shadow to the outer v of your eyes. I prefer to use this for my eyebrows.
  •  The Precision Liner Brush a smaller version of the pointed liner brush, has the same features but a lot smaller so is easier to create a more precise flick.
 


I used the Precision Liner Brush and I paired it with Mayebelline Gel liner to create a extreme cat-flick, I found the brush really easy to use and considering it was my first attempt at a gel liner I was really happy with the finish. The brushes come in at £15.99 (roughly £4 per brush), so well worth a look in if your in need of some versatile eye brushes.

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