There appears to be a new trend for convertible makeup brushes right now, what with the Real Techniques RT-GO Travel Kit and now the Ciate Multi Brush Stacking Makeup Brush.
It must be really hard for beauty brands to keep creating new and innovative makeup brushes all the time, and whilst I wasn’t sure on the Real Techniques RT-GO changeable brush heads, the Ciate Multi Brush Stacking Makeup Brush looks really interesting and unique.
Ciate Multi Brush Stacking Makeup Brush
The Ciate Multi Brush Stacking Makeup Brush cleverly stacks together to free up valuable room within your makeup bag, featuring super soft bristles, and a tapered powder brush handle containing three smaller brushes for more targeted application.
- Tapered powder brush – for setting powder, blush, bronzer or highlighter
- Round blender brush – for blending eyeshadow or concealer
- Angle brush – for eyeliner, eyeshadow or brows
- Oval shadow brush – for lips, concealer or targeted shadow
The Ciate Multi Brush Stacking Makeup Brush is essentially a clear plastic tube, with a twist off base and has a design that is like one of those pencils where you’d pull out the little white plastic pieces with a lead of pencil, and then push the piece of plastic into the base to make the next piece of pencil push up. This brush has four different brush heads…
The Ciate Multi Brush Stacking Makeup Brush is £22 and it’s such a clever design. The reason I didn’t rate the Real Techniques RT-GO, was that the brush heads were all so large, and with the handles, it just looked so bulky.
The Ciate Multi Brush Stacking Makeup Brush is a lot more compact, and the brush heads are more versatile as you have face and eye brushes all in one, whereas the Real Techniques brush gave you three face brushes.