If you've read my blog for a while you'll know I'm a huge fan of the Real Techniques brushes. I discovered the brushes before I discovered Pixiwoo! Over the past couple of years since I've become more and more interested in beauty I seem to have built up a collection of Real Techniques brushes and they just keep bringing out new collections and they're getting better and better. I have the core collection set (read the review here), duo fibre brush set (read the review here) and I've done a post about my top 5 real techniques brushes here.
So you know it's time to add some more brushes to the collection and let me introduce you to the sculpting set. Not only is the contour/highlighting trend massive right now. If you're looking for the perfect brushes to complete your contoured/highlighted make-up look, look no further. This set comes in at about £19.99 but I picked this set up on eBay for about £10 (similar seller here). I find eBay is a great place to pick up real techniques brushes and they're always listed by UK sellers at a good fraction of the high-street price. So eBay is a great place to look if you're looking to save some £'s on your make-up brush purchases!
Real Techniques Sculpting Brush
First up we have the sculpting brush, the main use of this brush is to help sculpt your cheeks and temples (perfect for contouring) or just adding a little bit more definition to your face. What I also like using this brush for is buffing in foundation. I really like that with Real Techniques brushes they're multi use so it's great that this can be used for foundation too.
Real Techniques Fan Brush
Next is the fan brush which is exclusive to this set. I think this brush is absolute genius. Have you ever had one of those moments where you make-up application is going really well and you ruin it with too much blusher or highlighter? well this brush is an absolute lifesaver! you can lightly dust highlighter or blusher or even powder with this brush and it's so easy and light to use.
Real Techniques Setting Brush
Lastly, it's another one of my favourite brushes by Real Techniques. It doesn't do any wrong having two of them right? As this is such a great multi-tasking brush. It's so great at setting powder (when you don't want to wear too much powder), for blending in concealer or even highlighter.
Overall I'd 100% recommend this brush set to anyone who loves bronzing/contouring and highlighting. I love how these brushes are so easy to use and they're so affordable. I've already got such good use out of these brushes and I know I will for years to come!
What do you think of the Real Techniques sculpting set?