Real Techniques Bold Metals Collection

Real Techniques Bold Metals Brushes

Real Techniques Bold Metals Brushes

Real Techniques Bold Metals Brushes

If you follow new beauty releases you will be well aware of the new Real Techniques brushes that were released at the end of January. Real Techniques were some of the first make up brushes that I bought and I honestly can't fault them. The idea behind the Bold Metals collection is that they're a little more for professional use than the original RT bushes. The tapered pointed shapes of the new brush handles mean that they balance in your hand, which is meant to make applying make-up easier.

There are 7 new brushes available in the Bold Metals collection:

100 Arched Powder (£25) - for flawless application of pressed and loose powders
101 Triangle Foundation (£22)- aimed to get into every corner of the face
200 Oval Shadow (£15)- All over lid application and blending
201 Pointed Crease (£12)- perfect for packing on shadow or applying shadow on the lower lash line- this brush is actually my personal favourite.
202 Angled Liner (£10)- For even smooth application of liner- also great for brows
300 Tapered Blush (£24)- Perfect for blush and highlight
301 Flat Contour (£22)- A flat angled brush to apply contour and highlight

I absolutely adore the colour of these brushes and think they look so beautiful on the dressing table, and the diffused rose gold effect on the bristles almost make them too beautiful to use. The brushes are synthetic, which means they're cruelty free and as the bristles are tied individually in the brush you won't get any shredding after washing.

Above I have the brushes Arched Powder, Tapered Blush and Pointed Crease. I would say my favourite is pointed crease as it's really great at applying shadow on the lower lash line.

You can pick up Bold Metals from Boots online and in store.

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