Real Techniques are launching new products pretty much constantly for 2020, and the Real Techniques Light Layer Brush Collection is just one of their newest launches.
We’ve had the Pastel Rainbow Sponge, 3 in 1 Adjustable Blender Set, RT GO Travel Set, Miracle Mixing Sponge and Brush Cleansing Balm since the start of this year already.
Real Techniques Light Layer Brush Collection
“The Light Layer Brush Collection has tri-layer bristle technology. Each layer of the brush was engineered specifically to work together for the perfect blend, build and blur regime.
Synthetic bristles that are custom-cut, easy to clean, and 100% cruelty-free. Extended aluminium ferrules that are light weight, easy to use, and color coded.“
The Real Techniques Light Layer Brush Collection has just dropped at ULTA with four different brushes; Light Layer Blush Brush 430, Light Layer Complexion Brush 220, Light Layer Powder Brush 227 and Light Layer Highlighter Brush 431.
Whilst the collection haven’t yet launched in the UK, they are priced between $7.99 and $8.99 so they’re probably going to be £9.99 to £10.99 like the rest of the Real Techniques single brushes.
There are two base brushes within the Real Techniques Light Layer Brush Collection, as well as two finishing brushes.
They are coloured to match the colour coded technology across the whole Real Techniques range, so the two base brushes are an orange coral colour, whereas the two finishing brushes are pink. I really like the look of the Blush Brush and Complexion Brush in particular.
The cut of the bristles on the Highlighter Brush look way too dense for the application of highlighter. It looks like a massive version of the kind of brush you’d use to lay down coloured eyeshadow on your eyelids, and I definitely prefer a fluffy brush for applicator.
However, the ‘light layer’ triple layer of bristles may be really effective, and I hope they launch in Superdrug very soon.
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