Real Techniques by Samantha Chapman Single Face Brushes | Review & Photos
May 22, 2013 • Beauty, Brushes, Farleyco, News, Online Shopping, Real Techniques by Samantha Chapman, Review, Reviews
|Real Techniques by Samantha Chapman Single Face Brushes|
First of all, let's talk about what they all have in common. The make of the brushes are excellent. The bristles are made with hand-cut synthetic taklon, which are 100% cruelty free. They are quite soft, but not the softest that I have felt. What I like the most about the bristles is that they don't shed. The worst thing is when you have to pick hair out of your face when you're already in a hurry in the morning. Each brush comes in an aluminum handle that covers about 2/3 of the whole handle, and the remaining 1/3 is plastic with flat bottom. The flat bottom comes in handy because your brush can actually stand up on its own, so it's quite good for storage.
|Real Techniques Powder Brush|
|Real Techniques Powder Brush Close Up|
|Real Techniques Blush Brush|
|Real Techniques Blush Brush Close Up|
|Real Techniques Expert Face Brush|
|Real Techniques Expert Face Brush Close Up|
|Real Techniques Setting Brush|
|Real Techniques Setting Brush Close Up|
|Real Techniques Stippling Brush|
|Real Techniques Stippling Brush Close Up|
Overall, I don't really have any complaints for these brushes. My top pick among the five is definitely the Stippling Brush because I just love the finish it gives when I use it for foundation. But if you were a brushaholic like me, get more because they're amazing quality for the price you're paying. Now I just want more brushes from them. Make Up Artist and YouTube sensation Samantha Chapman knows her stuff and knows what brushes are great for pro and at-home use! And for
The Real Techniques by Samantha Chapman brushes are currently available on Farleyco in Canada (free shipping over CA $50) and Ulta in U.S. (free shipping over US $50). I know they started selling their brushes on the official website as well, but if you live in Canada or U.S., it's probably more economical to shop local :).
I have heard a lot of good things about the Real Techniques brush "collection", I think I am going to try one of them soon. If you have them, let me know which collection you like the best.
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*Disclaimer: Some of the products (or colours/shades) mentioned in this post were provided to The Office Chic as press samples (noted with asterisk). As always, all the opinions expressed here are my own and are in no way influenced by any advertiser, affiliate, public relations firm or brands.