Berlin Set | Real Techniques brushes review

 

Berlin Set | Real Techniques brushes review

Berlin Set | Real Techniques brushes review

Berlin Set | Real Techniques brushes review

Berlin Set | Real Techniques brushes review

I was quite happy when I saw Real Techniques brushes in my local drugstore. Especially when I saw this limited edition Berlin set. It was a love at the first sight! So I decided to treat myself with it for my birthday! Now I am gonna let you know what I think about this set.

Berlin Set comes with 5 brushes: buffing brush, contour brush, stippling brush, deluxe crease brush and base shadow brush! I adore the design of these. It is really graffiti inspired cause you can find lots of graffiti in Berlin. I love that combination of white and black while the end of the handle is purple! I found them all really easy to use and I use them the way I want cause there are no rules in makeup!

Berlin Set comes with 5 brushes: buffing brush, contour brush, stippling brush, deluxe crease brush and base shadow brush! I adore the design of these. It is really graffiti inspired cause you can find lots of graffiti in Berlin. I love that combination of white and black while the end of the handle is purple! I found them all really easy to use and I use them the way I want cause there are no rules in makeup!

For applying my foundation I use a buffing brush. I find it that it gives such a lovely and flawless finish. It is really fluffy (it’s so fluffy, I am gonna die).  It really works for setting your makeup with mineral powder too.

I am not the biggest fan of the contour brush. I use cream contour and it is definitely meant to be for a powder contour. To apply my blush I use this brush.

The stippling brush is great for blending any liquid product on your face. This brush I use to blend my cream contour and it works amazing! You can blend your foundation with it too but I like buffing brush more for that!

Deluxe crease brush is amazing for applying blush or highlighter! I don’t use it to apply eyeshadow cause it is too big for my eyes and it is not really soft?!

I love using a base eyeshadow brush the most cause it is the softest and it works so well! You can blend darker color in your crease or use it as a base!

These brushes are great for everyone, especially for beginners! Really easy to use, affordable and a new favorite of mine!

What are your favorite brushes?

Kiki x

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