Wow the Real Techniques Creative team have been busy. They've launched many new products during 2020, and the Real Techniques 3 in 1 Adjustable Blender Set is the newest addition to their range.
We have seen the launch of the Real Techniques RT-GO Travel Kit, the Real Techniques Miracle Mixing Sponge and Real Techniques Brush Cleansing Balm, all launch in the last two weeks. The Real Techniques 3 in 1 Adjustable Blender Set is currently an ULTA exclusive, but it'll make its way to the UK in a few weeks.
Real Techniques 3 in 1 Adjustable Blender Set
The Real Techniques 3 in 1 Adjustable Blender Set has just one handle, and three unique magnetic and interchangeable heads, to transform your makeup look. The densely packed brushes can buff liquid or cream formulas for a smooth and seamless finish.
- Achieve seamlessly blended foundation, contour, highlighter or blush
- Best used with liquid or cream formulas
- Synthetic bristles that are custom-cut, easy to clean, and 100% cruelty-free
- Extended aluminium ferrules that are lightweight, easy to use, and colour coded
- Brush handle
- Foundation blender
- Sculpting blender
- Highlight blender
- Travel-n-go bag
Adjust the brush head to your angle of comfort. Attach it to the handle to blend your makeup. Remove + repeat with the other interchangeable heads.
The Real Techniques 3 in 1 Adjustable Blender Set is $24.99 and I guess it'll be around £22-25 once it launches in the UK, as the prices tend to be the same except the dollar sign is swapped to a pound sign.
The set includes a clear lidded, pastel pink zip around case and you get one brush handle. The purpose of the Real Techniques 3 in 1 Adjustable Blender Set is that it contains three full sized brush heads, which you can interchange and swap with the single brush head included in the kit.
The three brush heads within the kit are; Foundation Blender, Sculpting Blender and Highlight Blender. The brush heads look like the ‘toothbrush' style brushes, with oval brush heads, with densely packed bristles. Real Techniques do this type of brush in individual brushes as a ‘Blend + Blur' collection.
I like the idea of being able to interchange the brush heads, but how much room are we actually saving? The brush heads are large within the kit, but the handle is small. Plus the brush handles are lightweight, so I don't personally understand the point of this kit.
I would rather have three full sized brushes, and I can only imagine how difficult the individual brush heads would be to wash? I love Real Techniques but this launch is a bit of a question mark for me, but I'd love to know your thoughts?