I am finally going to review the Real Techniques 'On Location Travel Essentials' Brush set that I had picked up in the winter...I had said I would review in the previous Real Techniques Brush Set review I did back in March. I am just a litte behind, I had taken the pictures back in March when I did the first review hence the different backgrounds.
If you want a little background history on Pixiwoo, the sisters behind Real techniques you can see my previous post, Real Techniques Core Collection Review. On to the review!
Real Techniques On Location Travel Essentials - Your essential tools go mobile. Our travel essentials provide everything you need to create flawless looks at home and away.
In the kit you get :
Essential Foundation Brush - build flawless custom coverage with liquid foundation or concealer.
I have never been able to use a brush like this for foundation, I find them to be to small and stiff. I use this brush for concealer under my eyes, it seems to fit nicely there.
Multi Task Brush - for effortless application of powder, blush and bronzer.
I like using this brush for blush and for softening any harse edges I may have gotten with previous products. It is a fairly large brush.
Domed Shadow Brush - tapered design smoothly shades and defines eyes.
This brush is perfect for using with cream shadows, I use it everyday with my Mac Paint pot in Painterly. I find this brush to be to stiff, dense for blending powder shadows on my eye. This is my favourite brush in this kit as I use it everyday.
Panoramic Case - dual carrier and stand keeps brushes organized on your counter or on the go.
I don't have room to set these up to hold my brushes but I did find a great use for them. In my previous post I showed how I use these as 'drying racks' for my brushes when I wash them.
There you have my way overdue post on the second Real Techniques Brush Set that I picked up quite a while ago! I think these are great brushes and are a great price. You don't ever have to use a brush or tool for what its 'supposed' to be used for. If it doesn't work for you for what its intended purpose is don't be afraid to try something else. Have you found a new use/way to use a brush or tool? Let me know!