Real Techniques / Multitech

REAL TECHNIQUES MULTITECH

Since I went on an unitentional hiatus there are a bunch of things I had photographed and ready to blog that I’ve now been using for months and can give a real review of, this brush set is one of them. Now, I have to admit.. I haven’t reached for EVERY one of these.. infact I’m still yet to use the sponge or the Kabuki as well as the tiniest of the eye brushes BUT the ones I have been using have made it in to my regular rotation.

REAL TECHNIQUES MULTITECH

The Large Point Brush – £15.99 (the second in from the left – the first is XL) has been my go to for .. foundation! I was initially using is for cheek products until I saw a Pixiwoo video where Nic used it for her BB cream.. I don’t know whether it’s suitable for heavier foundations but since I err on the side of light anyway I thought I’d give it a go and I love the finish. As someone who historically loves to apply everything with my hands (it’s just quicker, easier and I know it will look natural) there are very few brushes I’ve really enjoyed using over the years but this is one of my absolute favourites now.

REAL TECHNIQUES MULTITECH

The other 4 come in a Small Point makeup set for £29.99 and honestly? much as I like a couple of them, I don’t think I’d recommend it. The ‘Small’ is great for concealer and the XXS I’ve used to smudge out liner on my lower lash line but I can’t really find a use for the other two. That’s just me and remember I am not a heavy eye makeup kinda gal so they may be right up your street but I think at £30 I’d want to be putting all 4 of them to good use and the domed shape makes them less versatile than other brushes I own.

REAL TECHNIQUES MULTITECHThis range is exclusive to Superdrug and as with all of the Real Techniques line, the brushes are quality and feel subtantial but for me they’re just a touch on the expensive side. If they’re on offer then go for the large face brushes cause I love them and if you just have to have one the XL is the one I think is the most unique but if you’ve already amassed a collection of RT brushes you may not feel like the others add much to your arsenal. I really do wish that small one was sold seperately.

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3 Comments

  1. Melissa
    19 June, 2017 / 6:35 pm

    I haven’t bought any of them! I have my sigma brushes and elf that’s good for me

  2. 20 June, 2017 / 6:57 am

    I think it’s so hard with makeup brush sets to actually use all the brushes that’s why I much prefer buying things separately. I have tons of brushes from sets I don’t use, I am constantly using eyeshadow brushes xx

  3. 23 June, 2017 / 10:38 am

    I haven’t tried this new range but do love RT brushes. There was a Boots Advantage Points event the other day so I was sorely tempted to pick up the new metals collection!

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