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This is my first Real Techniques product in a while.., and I am so excited to start using it! It was such an exciting day when I found out about Real Techniques, they were my first ever real professional quality make up brushes. I think they’ll always have a special place in my heart because of that reason.
I was kindly gifted their Eye Shade + Blend set by My Money Pocket, which is a fantastic service that I wanted to share with you today.
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It’s been a while since I’ve treated myself to any new make up brushes so I cannot wait to use these. In the set, you get their Base Shadow Brush (which is really good for packing shadow evenly onto your eyelid as it has a tapered base) and their Deluxe Crease Brush (which is packed with bristles and really helps to blend and soften your eyeshadow).
Both of these brushes are definitely something that my make up bag has been missing. I think fluffy brushes are one of the things I always recommend people buying for their make up bag, as although they’re for eyeshadows, they don’t have to be! For instance, the Deluxe Crease Brush would also be perfect for blending in concealer! Something you wouldn’t normally think of but these types of brushes actually have so many uses. A fluffy brush is essential for your make up collection!
Have you tried anything from Real Techniques before? What do you think of My Money Pocket? Let me know if you sign up!