So have you ever seen these before ? Well I hadn’t till a couple weeks ago when I bought them in Asda. They look tiny and each individual sponge has so many sides so you can remove make up easily .
I thought it was worth a buy and a try and it so was . I’ve never had any faults with real techniques and use my brushes everyday . What do you use to remove your eye make up ? Let me know … love soap xx
Hey soapies ,
Today Is more of a question I have some new real techniques brushes and I wanted some tips on how to use them . What YouTube videos do you watch for tips and what do you think of these real techniques brushes let me know . Lots of love soap xxx
Brushes are amazing ! I first had my first brush at 8 and it was a fcuk retractable brush … I felt so cool and still have it now ! My latest addiction is the real techniques but I love Lottie brushes too !
Here’s how I store my brushes … what’s your favs and what ones do you think I should try ? Lots of love soap xox ❤️⭐️
Hiya soapies ,
So as you can see this post is on the real techniques stippling brush . I bought my very first brush by them in August 2014 ( I think it was 2014) in Superdrug with my friend Shannon who convinced me they were amazing . I remember staring at this brush for about half an hour thinking how the hell does this work ? What do I do ? It’s spiked… how do you use it with spikes? Did I just waste another £10? … Welllll all those years on I have had two stippling brushes
Here’s a tip this brush is good for foundation which is liquid so Rimmel and revlon ones are good however I find Mac gives you lines when using this brush . You can use it on your cheeks too look amazing .
This is a finishing brush so you will look perfect ! The bristles feel smooth and glide well and it’s easy to hold . However I feel there are better real techniques brushes anyone else feel that? and I have not completely mastered using this little cute brush ! What’s your tips and do you like real techniques? Let me know x lots of love soap x