‹ Review: Real Techniques Setting Brush ›23.10.13
What would I use before Real Techniques brushes? The Real Techniques Setting Brush is one of the latest additions to my brush collection and once again, I am not disappointed.
The brush has tapered, synthetic bristles that aren't too dense but aren't too far apart. The top portion picks up the product and the lower portion helps to blend out the product for a natural finish. I tend to use this brush with powder highlighters such as the MAC Mineralized Skin Finish in Soft and Gentle which can easily look like it's too much if it's not blended out properly. With the Setting Brush, I can easily get a natural look without having to fuss around with the product too much.
I don't powder my face, but I imagine this would be great for powdering under the eyes or down the T-zone. The brush just makes the application process of anything so much easier and quicker.
Like any other Real Techniques brush, the Setting Brush doesn't shed and it is incredibly easy to wash. I love that the synthetic bristles dry quickly too because it means I can wash the brush at night and have it dry and ready to be used by the next morning.
I can't recommend Real Techniques brushes enough, especially for the quality and price.
The Setting Brush is a great brush for highlighters and powders for more precise application.
Have you tried the Real Techniques Setting Brush?