On Thursday, I attended the Real Techniques MultiTech launch in Greek Street to check out the new collection. I'm a huge fan of Real Techniques, and probably own around 150 of their brushes! That may seem like a lot, but they do come in very handy and there's not one brush I haven't used.
I also have to say that the Pixiwoo girls really know how to throw a party. There were multiple make up stations, was a huge playball pit, a painting area (with RT sponges!), and brush decorating stations!
I've been using the brushes for a few days now, and I'm hooked! They're super soft, and very cleverly designed so it picks up the right amount of product. Let's take a closer look at the MultiTech Brush Set...
MultiTech Small Point Makeup Brush Set
This set is a little more pricey at £29.99 than Real Technique's other sets. The MultiTech set comes with a sturdy metal stand, which Real Techniques have definitely thought out well. I always used to lose the pouches that come with the other sets, and at least with this new stand, I can display my beautiful brushes properly.
Small Point - can be used for eyeshadow, concealer, highlighter
XS Point - can be used for crease shadow, concealer
XXS Point - can be used for detailed highlighting, detailed eyeshadow, lip blending
XXXS Point - can be used for eyeliner, brows
They really are versatile; I've used the XXXS point for highlighting my brow bone, and the Small Point for creating a sharp contour line before blending.
The brushes are unbelievably soft (much more so in comparison to Real Techniques' other brushes), and they make applying make up such a pleasure. Also, because the texture of them are much finer and softer, they're much easier to clean which is always a bonus as brushes can gather an unbelievable amount of bacteria and so considering cleansing to be a chore is not good.